Qamea Resort And SPA Fiji – Exquisite Getaway

The Resort

When you want an intimate, inviting getaway experience, the Qamea Resort and Spa is a superb choice in Fiji. With its boutique design, this hotel caters to its guests with only 16 luxurious beachfront bures and villas, all surrounded by tropical gardens and spectacular ocean views. The resort itself is set on a private beach that spans over a 1km in length with its white sand. In the distance, you can see the peaks of the South Pacific Mountains.

Within the stunning Qamea Resort are four swimming pools, with three of them specifically for the hotel’s guests only. Other impressive features there include the Guinot spa in the South Pacific region and a PADI dive shop. Close by the resort is snorkeling at a snorkeling reef that is rated one of the top ten in the world. Daily adventures include coastal hikes and catered lunches at the base of enchanting waterfalls.


The guestrooms at the Qamea Resort are large and sophisticated in design. They range from 650 square feet to an impressive 1,600 square feet in size. There are bures and villas decorated with a romantic style, as well as more casual rooms. Each of the accommodations has four poster canopy beds, mahogany wood floors and local artwork. Within the romantic bures and villas, there are private swimming pools and relaxing Jacuzzi spa baths.

Dining & Entertainment

At Qamea, the food is best classified as South Pacific Rim, which is similar in taste to California Cuisine. They have Fiji all inclusive menus that are included in the rates and are top-quality, with an emphasis on healthy dishes that are low in sodium and fat, without every compromising on flavor. Many dishes incorporate fresh local fruits and vegetables, with all seafood being caught in the Fijian waters daily by two Qamea fishermen. The beef and poultry come from Australia and New Zealand.

For breakfast, there is a full menu from which to order, while the lunch and dinner menus change per day. There is always a vegetarian option available and a choice between two starters. A 4pm tea time each day is a perfect time to sit and rest with cakes and other baked goods as tasty snacks. For wine drinkers, there is a full bar service available to guests, with an array of Australian, New Zealand and California wines. A wine tasting at Bure Kalau is offered once a week, usually on Sunday, which provides a great opportunity to mingle with other guests while sampling the drinks.

Complimentary Activities

  • Hobie cat sailing
  • Snorkeling, on own or with guides
  • Kayaking, canoeing and wind surfing
  • Hiking
  • Traditional kava and meke performances
  • Trips to the local village
  • Church services on Sundays

Optional Activities (Charged)

  • Scuba diving, on own or guided tours
  • PADI certifications
  • Game fishing
  • Hobie cat racing boat usage
  • Spa services
  • Wireless internet services
  • Tours of heritage park and waterfalls
  • Coastal nature walks

See complete resort packages and special bonuses here

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