Exceptional All-Inclusive Resorts

by Emma Sloley

Dolphin Island, Fiji

If megaresorts make you feel like one of a million…

Guests of Dolphin Island, a private seven-acre Fijian island, quite literally have the place to themselves: There are just two bures (bungalows) that accommodate one party of no more than eight guests. That means there won't be anyone hogging the canopied daybeds on the beach; the hilltop lounge area with sweeping water views is guaranteed to be deserted; and you don't have to make a reservation to take the Hobie Cat out on the bay. An extensive renovation to this castaway-chic resort, set to reopen in late 2010, has added an infinity pool and polish to the formerly rustic accommodations, which now include capacious bathrooms with indoor-outdoor showers. Island caretaker Dawn Simpson and staff add bespoke touches, like arranging for a local dance troupe to perform a song and dance ritual called a meke, or delivering a plate of Indo-Fijian snacks to your hammock.

Dolphin Island
From around $2,550 per room per night, including transfers, all meals, beverages, and activities

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