In Fijian, “bure” is the word for a traditional hut made of wood and thatch. What gets lost in translation is the sheer luxury of staying in one of these bungalows at Likuliku—none more so than the lodge’s 10 over-water bures, which trail across the lagoon like a beaded necklace.
These are Fiji’s first and only bures to roost just above the coral reef in a natural ocean lagoon—meaning you can descend directly from your private balcony into the waters above the reef—and each is built with traditional architecture and regionally sourced materials. Back on dry land, another 35 bures stretch along the beach with lagoon views and elegant interiors, including local vesi hardwood floors, hand-carved wooden cornices, “magi-magi” art handwoven from coconut husks, and soga palm thatching woven by Fijian artisans.
Each accommodation includes a king-size bed, bathroom with double vanity, telephone, desk, lounge and outdoor space, refrigerator, ceiling fans, window screens, DVD player, hair dryer, room safe, pillow menu, and other niceties ranging from an ironing board to fresh-baked cookies delivered daily.
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