Close Close
Relais & Châteaux is a world in and of itself, unlike any other. A warm, welcoming, gourmet affair awaits where outstanding quality is coupled with each individual property's passion for their own region and its terroir.
Fermer fermer
The art of giving Relais & Châteaux with our CRÉATION Gift vouchers and Gift boxes. If you want to spend a magical evening in stunning surroundings in absolute tranquility or enjoy a gourmet dinner at a restaurant of one of our Grands Chefs, there are more than 300 Relais & Châteaux properties awaiting the lucky receipients of this gift, to offer them a truly memorable experience.
Close Close
Relais & Châteaux offers you a veritable world tour. Whatever the occasion, however long you stay, each of our hotels will offer you the very best of its culture and region.
Our TV Channel
See our thematic videos
Close Close
When you experience Relais & Châteaux, you experience a whole array of sensations. Each of our properties offers the opportunity to enjoy an unparalleled range of sensory experiences, where the beauty of a particular place, the warmth of the hospitality and the quality of the cuisine are in perfect harmony. Scents and tastes, landscapes and colours make every stay a rare and intense experience.
Close Close
Discover the excellent cuisine served in our properties: traditional or contemporary, it never fails to be wonderfully creative. This creativity is recognised throughout the world, as our Grands Chefs are considered to be the pinnacle of fine dining.

Fiji Islands

The mountainous, tropical Melanesian archipelago is home to heavenly beaches and fascinating sea beds. It offers a lively, thriving culture and is the perfect spot if what you want is a colourful, authentic, faraway place.

You do not just travel to Fiji by chance. This archipelago, independent since 1970, is hidden away in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, in the farthest reaches of the world. With its 830,000 inhabitants, the country comprises almost 400 islands tucked away in an isolated spot between New Caledonia, Tonga and New Zealand. It is definitely worth a visit. Fiji, with its lush vegetation, rocky outcrops and white sandy beaches, is one of nature’s wonders and has been protected from mass tourism by its native culture which is protective of the countryside. Viti Levu and Vanua Levu are the two largest islands. The first is home to the capital, Suva, and more than three quarters of the population. To the west, the town of Nadi is the main tourist destination in the archipelago. Nearby, Lautoka accounts for Fiji’s other main resource after tourism: sugar cane. The second island, mountainous Vanua Levu, has remained virtually unspoilt, with the exception of the towns of Lambasa and Savusavu. These larger islands offer every opportunity to get to know Fiji’s intricate culture. Dance, music, kava-tasting (national drink) and ‘walking on white-hot stones’ (on Beqa Island), reflect the flourishing traditions of people who cohabit, not always without difficulty, with an Indian minority. Off the coasts of both islands, Fiji offers a myriad of tiny islands and atolls for seaside holidays, underwater diving and water sports. Some, like Dolphin Island, have been turned into hotels. Not only do they offer comfort, but the ideal opportunity to discover the exceptional richness and beauty of the sea bed and the marine wildlife.

Download our Australia, New Zealand, Fiji Islands and French Polynesia brochure.


Relais & Châteaux properties

Central reservation office (United States)

1 800 735 2478

Calling from another country ? Click here