First guests at Fiji’s new five-star luxury Momi Bay Resort check-in after completion of AUD$90 million five-star luxury development designed by award-winning Australasian architect firm The Buchan Group
Design: Madeleine Blanchfield Architects
Villa Savu Savu was constructed by locals using traditional Fijian materials and techniques. The roofs are made from locally sourced timbers bound together at steep angles.
Design: The Buchan Group, architects. Currently under construction the resorts include the Sheraton Resort & Spa at Tokoriki Island, the Westin Resort & Spa in Denarau, and the new Momi Bay Resort.
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The first guests at Fiji’s new five-star luxury Momi Bay Resort have started to check-in following the completion of the AUD$90 million five-star luxury development designed by award-winning Australasian firm The Buchan Group.
With 25 villas, five restaurants and bars, an 18-hole championship golf course, a chapel, a culture and leisure centre, several beach areas and a spectacular spa, this magical oasis lies to the east of Taveuni, Fiji.
The fundamental success of the Laucala Island resort can be traced back to the highly detailed approach to the planning of the site at the outset of the project.
Positioned on its own peninsula in the one of the more hidden parts of the island, the one-bedroom Peninsula Villa offers the ultimate in exclusivity. Graced with a private pool and its own beach which is accessed by a unique, 84-step timber staircase.