The Remote Resort, Fiji Islands: Fiji's Newest Boutique Villa Resort and Winner of the Boutique Hotel Awards Most Blissful Beach

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Fiji welcomes The Remote Resort Fiji Islands to the Rainbow Reef; Fiji's Newest Boutique Villa Resort and Winner of the Most Blissful Beach Boutique Hotel

Oceanfront Firepit at The Remote Resort, Fiji Islands

Oceanfront firepit at The Remote Resort, Fiji Islands

Winner of Most Blissful Beach at the World Boutique Hotel Awards, The Remote Resort, Fiji Islands boasts the Rainbow Reef and Great White Wall in its backyard.

Introducing The Remote Resort, Fiji Islands, northern Fiji’s newest boutique villa resort and winner of Most Blissful Beach at the World Boutique Hotel Awards in London last Thursday. Built on 64 acres of private peninsula on the island of Vanua Levu by Australian Dan Dimmock, the private all-villa resort delivers an innovative island experience in the Rainbow Reef region. Accessible exclusively by boat, this remote property boasts its own private beach along an ancient fish trap with an intimate fire pit under a canopy of tropical trees, four spacious luxury oceanfront villas with private plunge pools and uniquely designed outdoor bathrooms. The drawcard here is the handcrafted experiences inviting guests to explore a very remote and untouched region of Fiji. Hike through the rainforest to hidden waterfalls or experience local cooking lessons in villages where the traditional Fijian way of life remains. The resort is on the doorstep of the Rainbow Reef, the soft coral capital of the world and home to the Great White Wall, listed on Sports Divers Top 50 dive sites in the world.

Located just off the Somosomo Strait between Taveuni and Vanua Levu, this 10 guest all inclusive resort is built seamlessly into the jungle surroundings of a former coconut plantation. The building of the resort was a journey taking Dimmock all the way from a corporate job with a major US hotel company in New York to the remote corners of northern Fiji. So remote, Dimmock lived on-site in a tent for the first year. After three years of construction exclusively with local labor and using mostly materials found on the property (all of the resort timber was milled on site), Dimmock admits it has been a challenging journey but that he’s never looked back.

Two words sum up the experience here – Remote Luxury. “It is a combination of authentic local interactions, adventurous nature-based experiences, intermixed with touches of luxury from cuisine to pampering in the middle of the Pacific ocean that make this place special,” says Dimmock.

All of this and yet flights out of the main island of Nadi land you in Taveuni or Savusavu in less than an hour. For reservations or more information contact request(at)theremoteresort(dot)com or view our website

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