Located next to a traditional Fijian village, Crusoe’s Retreat provides an authentic Fijian experience. Seaside bures are perfect for families that travel together. Spacious rooms with spectacular views offer a comfortable place to relax after a long day at the beach. Kids are thrilled by the unique foot shaped swimming pool, hand fishing, and bush trekking adventures. SCUBA diving sites and snorkeling excursions give guests a glimpse at life under the sea, while visiting traditional Fijian village gives a unique perspective of other cultures. Crusoe’s Resort offers meal plans and all-inclusive packages that make planning a budget friendly vacation simple.
Our Editor Loves
- The all-inclusive packages
- The family-friendly atmosphere
- Complimentary sea kayaks and snorkeling
- All Inclusive Rates
- Horse Back Riding
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
Stayed for 5 nights with another bunch of teachers. We all needed a very relaxing time with no kids in sight! This place was perfect, the guests provided all the fun activities when we ventured out. Saw giant clams, amazing snorkeling and felt like we experienced some local Fiji culture with the village near by.
We were there for Fiji day and it was smiles all day from everyone! The staff were super friendly and we all got on like a house on fire. I loved the hearty laughs from all the workers and locals.
Chefs were more than accommodating for our vegan friends! a would have just feed them some pale lukewarm rice but hey they got a huge selection of food!
I even stayed in the Hilton on the way back to the airport but much preferred the quiet and welcoming atmosphere of cursoes. Will be back again!
by Robyn H
The staff on the whole were lovely. The setting magnificent. Small retreat that was tranquil and quiet. Beautiful beach walk and gentle swimming. Great massage.
The accommodation was a real disappointment. The room was not decorated nicely, stained chairs, mismatched bedding,curtains falling off tracks, not enough towels. Shower leaked by the end of the week. The shower head itself was great - good pressure etc. Food was average. The included breakfast was very meagre - cereal & toast. Lunches were good but choice seemed to be determined by the leftovers from dinner the night before. Dinners overpriced for what was offered.
Looking very tired and in need of a big overhaul. The 50 steps up to the Bures on the top of the hill would be a big problem for those with mobility issues. No advertising mentioned these steps! Oceanside Bures looked much nicer that the Oceanview ones.
With some TLC this could be an amazing resort but for now, could only really call it a retreat.