Likuliku Lagoon Resort Fiji closes for major revitalisation

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    Ahura Resorts has announced the planned closure Likuliku Lagoon Resort, which it manages, from 1 February to 30 April 2025 to make way for a series of major revitalisation projects.

    The projects will include:

    • A refurbishment of all bures including the addition of private plunge pools to 11 of the existing beachfront bures which will increase the deluxe beachfront bure category from 18 to 29 bures.
    • The completion of the environmentally-friendly synthetic roof thatching project on the remaining beachfront and deluxe beachfront bures on the eastern side of the resort.
    • A refurbishment of the signature main pool.
    • The addition of an exciting new restaurant concept offering an alternative evening dining experience to the existing signature Fijiana restaurant and taking the overall dining options to three outlets. Saluwaki – the Fijian word for a collection of indigenous herbs and spices. Saluwaki’s presents pan-Asian dishes with a spotlight on local ingredients from the land and sea – including the resort’s own garden and surrounding waters, as well as throughout Fiji.
    • The addition of the na Vanua Conservation Hub in conjunction with the Ahura Resorts Conservation Foundation. The conservation hub celebrates the resort’s ongoing partnership with their traditional land-owners to preserve and protect the local environment and traditions.

    “We are investing the significant sum of FJD$10M in order to enhance and elevate the product offerings and guest experiences of Likuliku – the results of which will solidify our existing reputation as one of Fiji’s iconic and renowned luxury resorts,” resort owner and Ahura Resorts managing director, Tony Whitton, said.

    “We remain very optimistic about the future of Fiji’s tourism industry and our commitment to deliver world-class and exceptional experiences to our international visitors.”

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