Shangri-La’s Resort & Spa on Yanuca Island is now Fiji’s hottest address after completing a US$50 million makeover to include new restaurants, fresh accommodation & an adults-only precinct.

The Shangri-La property, located on Fiji and the South Pacific’s largest private island, reopened to travellers this week once completing the last of its two-year upgrade.

New to the Shangri-La Yanuca Island is the Reef Wing private adults-only precinct, which takes up a quarter of the 100-hectare property.



It’s where adults can enjoy some child-free time, dip into an exclusive infinity pool and enjoy complimentary drinks and canapes. They can also dine with an oceanfront view at the Reef Café & Dining, or relax inside six Reef Bures – beachfront retreats for couples with a private lawn, outdoor rain shower and huge living space.

For families, there’s the two-bedroom Lagoon Bures, which has been upgraded into self-contained accommodation. The resort also has a range of family facilities and activity, including an indoor and outdoor kids’ club.


Families will also love the property’s large inflatable water park, lagoon activities monitored by dedicated lifeguards, as well as one of three pool.

The biggest transformation at the Shangri-La is the addition of world-class dining experiences such as Takali Asian Kitchen – an Asian fusion-concept restaurant serving dishes influenced by Malaysia, Thailand and China.


Golden Cowrie Coastal Italian is where guests can go to enjoy hand-made soft cheese and pasta, while the Lagoon Terrace is the resort’s main dining restaurant featuring a menu of a la minute and smorgasbord options.

Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa on the private Yanuca Island is connected by a causeway to the mainland, providing a Fijian island experience with ease of access to the Coral Coast. It is the only private-island destination resort accessible by road from the main island of Viti Levu.


Are you keen to check out the renovated Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort & Spa?