Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, one of the most renowned vacation destinations in the South Pacific, has announced its grand reopening on September 1, following tropical cyclone Winston in February 2016. Located near the small town of Savusavu on the island of Vanua Levu, the resort offers spectacular ecological exploration, understated natural luxury, and warm hospitality in the traditional Fijian style. The iconic eco-luxury resort has been restored to its former splendor and further enhanced to feature a new dedicated spa and refreshed design elements and furnishings for its exquisitely appointed guestrooms (bures) and suites, an expanded pier, updated swimming pools and more.
“We are overjoyed to welcome guests back to our Fiji home,” said Bart Simpson, general manager of Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji. “All of the things our guests have come to love about the resort are still here – including the resort’s spectacular experiences, the understated natural luxury, and our same beloved staff – and now guests can appreciate new enhancements, too.”
A true tropical paradise, the resort offers a wide variety of amenities, including three swimming pools, outstanding restaurant, spa, Bula Club for kids and a PADI dive centre. Also, the resort offers an outstanding lineup of activities, including guided snorkel and dive trips with Fiji’s only resident marine biologist, hikes in the rainforest, a private island experience, kayaking, sailing, traditional Fijian weaving, yoga, and more. Nightly rates start from about $1,000.