Its famous owner (self-help, inspirational guru Tony Robbins) and the parade of stars who have visited the Namale Resort in Fiji may have gifted the sprawling 525-acre property with a certain degree of notoriety, but it has been travelers the world over who have burnished the hotel’s reputation as one of the world’s most transcendent getaways.
Featured in the last season of ABC’s The Bachelorette and a favorite destination for the likes of Russell Crowe, Ed Norton, Donna Karan, Meg Ryan, Cameron Diaz and Tom Selleck, among others, the Namale Resort & Spa has not only been named among the best hotels in the world in TripAdvisor’s Travelers’ Choice awards, but also scored a spot on Luxury Magazines list of the “50 Most Romantic Places on Earth”.
Why all the buzz?
Maybe it’s because the resort is located on the edge of the Koro Sea in Savusavu. Or maybe it’s because Namale’s multi award-winning spa is set on a volcanic cliff near an opaque rain forest and offers each guest world-class treatments, ancient aromas, ocean views and a slew of luxurious reflexology techniques to choose from. Or maybe it’s because a stay in one of Namale’s 19 unique villas and bures is all inclusive, which carries a lot of weight in what can be a pricey region for ‘extras’.
Better yet, maybe it’s just a magical combination of all of the above.
Namale is also offering guests seven nights for the price of six if guests book to stay now through May 31st, with additional perks starting April 1, 2012.
Find out more about Namale Resort & Spa at: www.namalefiji.com.