Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa Offers a Variety of Options for Island Guests

French food, fresh produce, and plenty of Fiji sunshine await Sofitel’s visitors

Options include just looking at this view all day.

The Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa offers a wide selection of choices when it comes to both accommodation and dining options for its guests. Located close to restaurants, shops, and ferry access on Denarau Island, the resort houses 296 rooms, suites, and villas, and seven drinking and dining choices available throughout three restaurants and four bars.

Sofitel’s signature restaurant, V, offers French fine dining in an elegant setting courtesy of Executive Chef Stuart Blair, including a grilled local fish of the day and tiger prawns served with squid ink tortellini. Lagoon Restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner, overlooks the beach, and offers separate adult and child buffet areas and live cooking stations. Salt Restaurant and Bar utilizes fresh local produce for its burgers, pizza, salads, sushi, and Indian dishes. Located on the beach, Salt offers an adults-only breakfast menu as well as romantic beach dinners for couples under the stars.

The onsite bars include the lobby Breeze Bar with live music, poolside Salt bar for cocktails and snacks, and Latitude 17 bar for coffee drinks, night caps, and authentic Cuban cigars.

For those looking to visit the spa, it includes nine private bures and bungalows, a gym, and an outdoor Jacuzzi. The new Waitui Beach Club offers a peaceful pool and cabana adults-only area featuring a swim-up bar as well as complimentary daily yoga, stretching, and boot camp classes.


The Sofitel Fiji Resort can be reached via Fiji Airways, which provides direct flights to Nadi International Airport from a variety of U.S. cities, as well as Australia and New Zealand. Upon arrival in Nadi, Denarau Island is a short cab ride or drive from the airport.