Nanuku Auberge Resort has opened 13 new luxury villas, increasing the resort’s overall accommodation to 37 suites, villas and residences.
Each of the new villas now offers its own courtyard, with an outdoor shower, three-by-five-metre plunge pool (some of which have year-round heating), covered terraces, a pool cabana, double swing seat, sun lounge as well as a dining area equipped with modern kitchen equipment.
Inside, the master bedroom boasts a four-poster bed, and the en suite bathroom includes a rainfall showerhead and a custom free-standing oversized tub. Each villa's second bedroom also includes an en suite with twin beds that can be converted to a king bed.
“The comfort, space and generously appointed amenities in the new Auberge Beach Villas offer families a true home away from home,” said Sascha Hemman, general manager, Nanuku Auberge Resort.
The new villas were designed by Australian-based Grounds Kent Architects. The interiors are symbolic of British Colonial-era Fiji and modern clean Pacific styles.
The new rooms also embrace sustainable design elements which minimise the need for using and importing bulk construction materials. The windows and doors, for instance, are made from locally sourced timber, and the roofing is made partially from recycled materials.