The Fiji Orchid

A private sanctuary near Nadi where you can base yourself as you discover Fiji. Or relax and refresh before or after a trip to your remote Fijian island paradise. The Fiji Orchid is located 15 kms north of Nadi International Airport. This is a sojourn for a discrete market — people for whom the art of travel is to pause at each step of a journey and savor the experience rather than feel rushed to catch their next plane.  Reviews | Activities
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The Fiji Orchid has six modern, freestanding bures (villas) scattered throughout the 5 acres of lush manicured tropical gardens. Each air-conditioned bure is 860 square feet, has a king-size bed, sitting area, stone and timber en-suite bathroom with a shower, and a large verandah and terrace.

This unique architectural design includes a white textile roof, formed into the shape of a thatched Fijian bure – the traditional Fijian-style house. Each bure has a large spacious bathroom, containing a shower and large vanity. Luxurious amenities & bathrobes are also provided.
The Fiji Orchid is acclaimed for its cuisine. Dining at Fiji Orchid takes place in Raymond’s Restaurant, named in memory of Raymond Burr (who was quite a gourmand), seating 20+ and open from 6am–10pm. Seafood, flown in from the waters of Macuata Province, is our speciality, combined with fresh local produce, tropical fruits and vegetables organically grown in our own gardens.

Cooking style is contemporary Fijian, featuring traditional South Pacific recipes, using all local ingredients, herbs and spices. However individual dietary requirements, such as vegetarian or no seafood meals are catered for.​

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