South Seas Private Hotel

Address: 6 Williamson Rd, Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji | Hotel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSouth Seas Private Hotel Suva

      Reviewed by 4kisses

      Stunning South Sea Island

      Reviewed Jan 14, 2014
      by (8 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

      Gorgeous place to spend the day snorkeling, tanning, swimming and enjoying the beautiful white sand beach. Great barbeque lunch served, and all drinks included. Lots to do there for day-trippers.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by lewisn01

      a nice place to stay, good location

      Reviewed Mar 1, 2011
      by (10 reviews) , Turkey Flag of Turkey

      this was a hostel but the rooms where pretty good. in the low season they will give you a room to yourself even if you pay for a shared room. the kitchen is a little small and the cooking equip isn't great but it has a great location to the city and it is very good value for money

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      TripAdvisor Reviews South Seas Private Hotel Suva

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Suva


      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Apr 11, 2012

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      Suva is the biggest city in the Southwest Pacific with over 200,000 residents. Most people don't even know about Suva because the main airport is on the complete other side of the country, but Nadi is actually not the capital of Fiji. it is Suva. It is not a great place, but has what you need. Both Claire and I were supposed to fly out of Suva to …

      Bula Suva!

      Wednesday, July 22, 2009: 
      We left Nadi to go to Suva, and on the 3 1/2 hour bus ride we stopped at the Sigatoka Sand Dunes. It's Fiji's only National Trust Park and archaeologists have found civilizations under the sand there. People that live around the dunes believe that that area is the gate to the after life. The tour guide showed us what all the different plants on the path can be used for like one was for abortion, one was for blood stoppage, and another for women in labor. The hike ...

      Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji ajmueller4
      Horror Expensive rip off to me

      WENT ON EXPENSIVE Cruise was told no kids, full of kids that disrupted activities plus lot of noise.
      Most activities and trips didn't happen.
      Ship run by Fijians-and inexperienced Americans
      ,paid them for luxury, on beach accommodation last ...

      Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji redjazz
      Paradise Islands

      ... by the fact there were five sharks about my size swimming around me. Three of them actually swam around me at one point and I was brave enough to stick out my hand and actually stroke one of them!!! After that I was screaming I just touched a shark, I just touched a shark, through my snorkel!!

      After about an hour we were hauled up on to the boat and everyone relived their stories!! I still couldn't get over that we'd done it. Phil and I did the best ...

      Suva, Central, Fiji philandkatrina
      Captain Cook's Footsteps - Part 2

      ... coups in Fiji since its independence that some political commentators call it "the coup-coup land"). We wandered Suva's bustling streets for a couple of hours, browsed the produce market (really exotic place, see pics), the local artisans market, walked briefly along the harbor, had a yummy vegetarian curry dinner in the Indian village and then, by pure chance, we also got to see a fashion show at one of the downtown malls. Again, it is such a strange feeling ...

      Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji gapostol
      Fiji Experience - Day 2

      ... roughly 20 feet). (At this point it's worth noting that our main guide (Cam) was a huge native guy - 6' something and wide - but one of the campest men we'd ever seen. Despite wearing nail varnish and a saree to Divali night though, in 'guide-mode' he had done the whole trek barefoot and thought nothing of leaping into waterfalls - quite a contrast!) As we left we were persuaded to do one last jump together, this time from a platform about ...

      Pacific Harbour, Viti Levu, Fiji ajbatty
      Fantastic shark dive!!

      ... and bull sharks. I was a bit disappointed we hadn't seen the tiger shark but it was still a fantastic dive. We all stroked the nurse sharks. They seemed greedy trying to eat all the food. The dive instructors would push them away. They we're like greedy dogs. As we were surfacing there was a silvertip swimming around beneath me. Great dive!! Definitely recommend it. Heading to Tavueni tomorrow for apparently more great dives. Can't wait!!

      Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji lisalegslim
      Fiji - Whats Hot !!!!

      Bula everyone back in Oz Sorry its taken a while to update you on our Fiji progress, however I have been flat out working. I know you will find this hard to believe, but they sold me a dud when I got the job. Its a 5 day a week gig - I thought it was a 5 day weekend. Anyway, for those of you who are interested and havent forgotten us just yet, heres an update on my 1st 2 weeks here and Pams 1st week. Apologies for the massive group email, but thats the way ...

      Suva, Fiji fiji-travellers
      Night Songs

      ... 8220;Goodnight.” This would result in a chorus of “Goodnights” from all sides as every Fijian within earshot would feel obliged to join in the salutation.

      Throughout our month in Fiji we wandered at will, day or night, and only felt threatened once. The one occasion was when a Japanese freighter had docked in Suva and its crew was let loose for the night. These men were on some very potent drugs and the sneering and surly glowering gave cause to flee.

      Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji andy_n

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