Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa

Inspiration on the horizon, nature at your doorstep. Nestled on the private Yanuca Island, Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort offers the essence of an exclusive island hideaway yet is conveniently connected to the mainland by a causeway. The 442 ocean view guest rooms take their inspiration from a traditional Fijian village featuring rich elements of local culture and nature.

Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa, Yanuca Island is spread across more than 100 hectares on a private island off the Coral Coast.  More than a quarter of the island has been dedicated to the new Reef Wing private adults-only precinct, which offers tranquil accommodations, including the new Reef Bures. Inspired by traditional Fijian beach bungalows, the 131-square-meter (about 1,410-square-foot) one-bedroom Reef Bures offer sweeping views of the reef and Pacific Ocean. Each Reef Bure is a beachfront retreat for couples with a private lawn that allow direct access to Reef Beach, an outdoor rain shower and separate living and dining areas. Guests staying in the Reef Bures have a dedicated golf buggy for the duration of the stay, which they can use throughout the resort grounds. Adults staying in the Reef Wing can also enjoy the exclusive Infinity Pool as well as dine in the exclusive Reef Café & Dining restaurant.

Ideal family accommodations await in the two-bedroom Lagoon Bures offering 131 square meters (about 1,410 square feet) of living space. The Lagoon Bures offer separate living and dining areas, and sweeping views of the resort lagoon and Pacific Ocean.  For all families vacationing at the resort, Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa offers the largest range of family facilities and activities, including an indoor and outdoor kids’ club segmented into age groups, and a separate entertainment zone for tweens and teens.

The biggest transformation – not only for the resort but for Fiji as a holiday destination – is the quality and range of dining experiences now available. The resort is committed to be one of the best places to eat and drink in Fiji. It will set a new benchmark for exceptional culinary experiences in the South Pacific.




  • Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa
  • Coral Coast, Fiji
  • 2019
  • All