Honeymoon Holidays at Taveuni Palms

. April 15, 2010

April 14, 2010 - Holidaymakers are being offered a chance to indulge their sensuous side, with the ultimate honeymoon break on the islands of Fiji.

Set among the swaying coconut trees, overlooking sandy beaches and turquoise waters, Taveuni Palms is one of the world's most exquisite luxury accommodation estates - ideal for that special break.

Each luxury villa sits on its own private acre of beachfront and boasts its own private pool, beach and personal staff of seven, as well as five private dining locations.

While staff are on call to provide guests with superb food and wine, privacy is also afforded throughout a stay, with discreet service catering to every whim.

Taveuni Palms

The luxury villas at Taveuni Palms sit elevated above a gorgeous secluded golden sand beach with panoramic views of the South Pacific, with living areas facing the sea for the ultimate privacy.

Adjoining each air-conditioned bedroom - with super king beds - is a luxurious bathroom complemented by a spacious outdoor shower, all of which are positioned to enjoy the moon and starlit skies while hearing only the sounds from the waves on the ocean.

While inside cool Italian tiles, hand polished wooden floors, large daybed sofas, hammocks, lofted ceilings with fans and water hyacinth furniture create an ambiance of luxury and comfort.

The expansive living areas boast an entertainment centre; including flat screen TV, DVD, CD player and iPod loaded with 500 songs with outdoor deck speakers. The living areas are surrounded by a large decks and outdoor furniture.

The huge bi-folding doors open the entire frontage of each villa to enhance the magnificent views and sea breezes from the decks.

All this luxury has not gone unnoticed, with the property now in line to win a number of prestigious World Travel Awards.

Ahead of the 2010 awards, Taveuni Palms has been nominated as Australasia's Leading Boutique Hotel and Fiji's Leading Resort, with the winners to be confirmed at a gala ceremony in New Delhi in October.

Wedding Bells

But why just enjoy Taveuni Palms for the honeymoon, when the resort had all for the perfect wedding? What better place to tie the knot than amid the stunning ambiance, beautiful sandy beach settings and unsurpassed attention to detail?

Taveuni Palms also has a director of romance who works closely with couples to plan every detail and create the ceremony of their dreams.

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