Whether you are seeking a tropical family vacation or a dreamy romantic getaway, Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is an opulent, all-inclusive Fijian utopia with endless aquatic adventures. Dawn till dusk complimentary nanny services allows for enjoyment of the adults-only superb restaurant and pool. The onsite marine biologist ensures eye opening experiences and magnificent diving. This five-star resort is known world-wide for its award winning eco-friendly customs.
The 25 outstanding villas at Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort strongly embrace the Authentic Fijian culture without sacrificing luxury at any cost. Each villa includes traditional thatched roofs and high temple ceilings made from local hardwoods, designed specifically to harness the sea breezes and provide a natural cooling effect through the louvered and screened windows, making air-conditioning an unnecessary requirement that you will not miss. Rest assured, all are spacious and decorated with luxurious, contemporary décor and outdoor decking. You’ll also find that, like many Fijian resorts, all bures are television free, giving all guests the chance to cherish their newfound peaceful Pacific surrounding.
These bures are a wonderful way to experience the Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort. The Gardenview Bures are surrounded by tropical gardens, lush landscape and exotic island plant life. The Oceanfront Bures are identical, but paired with breathtaking views of Savusavu Bay. These bures can be found set amongst lush palm trees and the beautiful Pacific landscape. They each provide 440 square feet (40 square meters) of living space with ample room for a King sized bed, day bed, stylish en suite bathroom, and all the other luxurious standard amenities provided. Outside you’ll find a deck with an outdoor table for two. The Oceanview Bures also provide a split level deck with chaise lounges and a hammock. These accommodations are ideal for a couple or a small family. Each sleeps a maximum of 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children (1 King Bed, 1 Single Bed and 1 Rollaway Bed).
If you’re looking for more space, seclusion, and comfort, the Oceanfront Two Bedroom Bure makes the perfect home away from home for a larger family or group desiring a luxurious Fijian experience. This 540 square foot (50 square meter) hideaway comes equipped with all the deluxe resort amenities including a large master bedroom with a King sized bed and a guest bedroom equipped with two single beds. Both rooms have access to the gorgeous en suite bathroom. From your spacious deck you’ll cherish majestic views while relaxing on your personal hammock or chaise lounges. An extra rollaway bed may be provided to accommodate an extra person. Sleeps a maximum of 5 guests (1 King, 1 Single, 1 King-zip).
Similar to the Oceanfront Two Bedroom Bure, the Deluxe Oceanfront Two Bedroom Bure also has 540 square feet (50 square meters) of living room, and comes equipped with all the lavish resort amenties and more. The master bedroom includes a lush King sized bed and a single day bed. The guest bedroom is found under a separate roof and can be adjusted to include one King sized bed or two single beds. Each bedroom has their own luxurious en suite bathroom. Outside you’ll find breathtaking ocean views and a stone mosaic patio decorated with chaise lounges and a seating area. Sleeps a maximum of 5 guests (1 King, 1 Single, 1 King-zip, and 1 Rollaway).
The Point Reef Bures and Honeymoon Point Reef Bures with Spa Pool are set in a private part of the resort, precisely elevated for incredible ocean views. The 750 square foot (70 square meter) split level romantic getaway comes a equipped with a huge lounge for relaxing indoors, a balcony decorated with chaise lounges, and a spacious deck with a table and chairs. On the upper level of both you’ll find a luxurious King sized bed and on the bottom, two sleep away couches. The well appointed bathroom leads to a lovely private deck perfect for embracing the Pacific sunrise or sunset. The Honeymoon Point Reef Bure has the distinction of providing a unique spa bath on the deck overlooking the ocean. Sleeps a maximum of 5 guests (1 King, 2 Singles, 1 Rollaway).
Once named “Fiji’s Leading Suite”, The Villa at Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort is perched on the edge of beautiful Savusavu Bay, overlooking a pristine private island owned by the resort. Redefining indoor/outdoor living, the luxurious villa features a walled garden, private infinity pool, day bed pavilion, King bed suite with a sunken bathroom, Jacuzzi, outdoor shower and so many more amazing perks. Designed by linking unique bures together, you’ll find large decks on different levels, which provides for dazzling views, day or night. On the other side of the main deck, you’ll find a living area large enough to be turned into a second bedroom. The Villa is the perfect setting for a couple or a family (with children over the age of five) that is looking for the ultimate South Pacific experience. Sleeps a maximum of 5 guests (1 Four Poster King Bed and 2 Queen sofa beds).
Standard room amenities include:
Indulge in the scrumptious Pacific cuisine prepared by the talented Chef Raymond Lee and his team of culinary experts. Their work has earned the resort a spot in the “Best Food in Fiji’ list provided by Travel + Leisure Magazine, the superb dishes appeal to international palates from both near and far, always incorporating organic produce from the in-house garden and freshly caught seafood, or imported premium meat from neighboring countries. Chef Raymond has also received a big thumbs up by smaller guests, setting aside a menu unique to their preferences.
The open air main dining is situated perfectly for breathtaking views of the Savusavu Bay. Menus are multi-course and a la carte. They typically change on a daily basis, guaranteeing a variety of superb dishes during your stay. Opt to dine poolside or in the adults only area, where parents are asked to only dine with children over the age of 12. Younger children can dine with their parents in the family dining area or at the Bula Kids Club. If you prefer to dine alone, there is a 8am to 9pm complimentary nanny service at the resort you may use as well. Don’t miss out on the vibrant Lovo Feast that takes place once a week where you can savor traditional Fijian dishes that have been slow cooked in a Fijian earth oven.
There is one lively bar on the island, located by the serene resort pool. Margaritas comes with ocean views and the beautiful hillside landscape. Expect to be serenaded by a vibrant local band during the cocktail hour. You may also ask to have your favorite wines or spirits delivered to your bure for an extra charge.
If you’re looking to celebrate a special evening or host a large group, the resort staff can help you set up a perfect night in paradise, for an extra charge. There is a dreamy pier and a few charming private beachfront bures perfect for a romantic dinner for two. A private barbeque by the pool may also be arranged with enough notice.
Jean-Michel Cousteau is a great place to visit if you want to lay low and relax under the shimmering Pacific rays. Keep in mind, there is no shortage of activities on the island, if you’re looking to pick up the pace. Honored by Harper’s Abroad as the “Best Resort Hotel for Diving”, Jean-Michel Cousteau personally oversees the diving operation and is often onsite to accompany guests on a dive. We highly recommend treating yourself to this underwater unique opportunity or learning to dive with a PADI certified instructor. Most other land and water activities are included in your rate, including the Bula Kids Club which gives parents the ability to have some alone time while enjoying their time in paradise.
Some of our favorite complimentary activities include:
*Available for an additional fee.
The Spa at Jean-Michel Cousteau is an enchanting escape for those looking to rejuvenate their body and mind. The relaxing treatments can be provided in one of the of Spa’s beach front bures or within the comfort of your own villa. Services are provided by gifted therapists, who have been trained by international specialists and will only use safe and organic products such as ‘Nui Health Fiji’ and ‘Pure Fiji’ products. They have also started a remarkable program where they seek to purchase products such as cold pressed coconut oil, natural papers, masi (bark cloth), and coconut sinnet from local Fijian villages. In return, the villages flourish by selling their abundant natural resources. The Spa offers a variety of massages, facials, scrubs, and other revitalizing treatments, along with packages tailored to both couples and singles. Everything about this lovely Spa is positive and peaceful in its own extraordinary way.