This Fijian resort is an idyllic island paradise where you can escape the stress of modern living and relax amongst golden sandy beaches, abundant coral reefs, swaying coconut palms and azure seas.
Malolo underwent a major refurbishment at the end of 2009 with a specific focus on the accommodation. A bright, stylish new look was introduced through the innovation and creativity of Vanessa Wood Interiors in Queensland, Australia. Plantation-style duplex accommodation, reminiscent of the colonial era, with high vaulted ceilings, provide a feeling of spaciousness and rustic elegance. Bures are fully air-conditioned and set amongst lush tropical gardens, and some are only a few lazy steps from the beach and waters edge.
If you can drag yourself away from your room, there’s plenty of wining and dining to be had. The Beach Bar offers fresh salads, gourmet and traditional pizzas, hamburgers, rolls, beer-battered fish and chips and a selection of meats and seafood from the grill; the Terrace Restaurant, reminiscent of the old plantation homestead, features a dedicated buffet and seating for over 100 people; and Treetops Restaurant is dedicated to adult guests and children 13 years and above and offers daily changing 3 course/3 choice á la carte menus showcasing again the full spectrum of Pacific Rim cuisine.
There are plenty of diversions as well: snorkelling, kayaking, sailing, windsurfing, stand-up paddle boards, walking trails, and beach volleyball. Kids are not forgotten with a free kids club (4-12yrs) with plenty of fun and games to keep them busy and entertained.
Motorised water sports and activities that incur charges include diving, waterskiing, island hopping, dolphin spotting and local village trips. Fishing excursions are also available however fishing is not permitted from the Malolo beach or headland as this has been declared a Marine park area.