The Laucala Island Resort in Fiji has been recently renovated by the original designer Lynne Hunt London and is a stunning example of luxury with new textiles, furnishings and accessories to refresh the interest of the loyal visitors offering them something new every time.
The project has 25 villas, five restaurants and bars, a chapel, a culture and leisure center, several beaches, an 18-hole golf course and a spa. The island has only 12 square km in area and is 6 km long offering you perfect privacy and a wonderful setting.
To renovate the Resort, the designers took their inspiration from Broadhurst’s designs and many of the new fabrics were custom printed on the Sunbrella cloths since they are more resilient to the outdoors. Traditional tapa cloth was also used and the 25 villas offer various configurations from one to three bedrooms along with large outdoor bathing areas and large stone-carved bathtubs.
Most of the villas have direct access to the beach and have private pools with views toward the ocean. There are three styles of villas: the Plantation Villas with brown natural tones, the Seagrass Villas along the Seagrass Bay with aqua tones and the Plateau Villas which have teal and navy blue colors.