Welcome to Your Screensaver: Namale Resort & Spa in Fiji
There’s one obnoxious trend in the early 2000s that I am happy to see disappear. I used to receive “Don’t You Wish You Were Here Instead” email attachments with photos of heavenly Eden-esque paradise with clear blue waters, sunset with the perfect blend of orange and yellow, and colorful exotic fish that swim up directly up to your hotel cabin.
Now I know where these photos were collected: the Namale Resort and Spa in Fiji.
Host to ABC show, The Bachelorette, the Namale Resort is nothing short of amazing. Staying there is like taking a vacation in your screensaver.
The elegant Namale Resort is built on the boulders and seacliffs of Vanua, Levu, Fiji’s second largest island. Known for its expertise in infusing magic into any honeymoon, Tatadra (Dream House) suite boasts 3,000 square feet of luxury.
A living/dining room overlooking the private pool and ocean, glass-walled master suite with a four-poster bed, raised Jacuzzi for two, and a hanging-bed pavilion, are just a few of the features that set Namale apart.
Recently voted one of the Top 50 Most Romantic Places on Earth and Fiji’s #1 all-inclusive resort and spa, Namale Resort encourages life at a slow, relaxing pace. As soon as you check-in, every amenity you can think of is in your own Fijian bure or villa overlooking the Koro Sea or on the resort.
The Namale Resort will tempt you to revive the obnoxious “Wish You Were Here” email tradition.