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We visited the Liku'alofa Beach Resort on a tour when our cruise ship made a diversionary stop in Tonga due to cyclone activity in Samoa.
At best, the "Resort" could be described as backpacker accommodation. Everything is very basic, from the cheap plastic chairs, to...More
We had 5 days at this Resort and enjoyed the company of the staff, the food was fab, and the fale was comfortable. Also there is an amazing taxi service recommended by the resort and the opportunity to experience feeding the turtles was brilliant. The...More
We stayed for 10 days in January and loved everyone of it. The atmosphere was wonderful, the team super helpful with everything, we even got our car tyre pumped up.... Rooms are tidy &, cleaned every day, comfortable beds, own fridge & lovely outdoor seating...More
Enjoyed our stay for two nights at Liku'alofa, was a nice and relaxed atmosphere with a great bar/restaurant with amazing views.
The room was nice and comfortable and very clean - we got the one at the edge of the resort so it was very...More
I enjoyed my stay in room 201. The rooms were always tidied daily and the gardens cleaned up and maintained weekly.
My partner and I stayed for 7nights, and the only downside was that there was only one fridge between the 2 fales- but the...More
Hi, THere isn't what most people would describe a sandy beach. Nobody sits on it - they just sit around by the side of the resort's pool (which also had lots of broken beer bottles in the 3inches of sand!) Just about 3m of... More
Hi, THere isn't what most people would describe a sandy beach. Nobody sits on it - they just sit around by the side of the resort's pool (which also had lots of broken beer bottles in the 3inches of sand!) Just about 3m of sand interspersed with rock at low tide. Biggest concern is the amount of broken beer bottles on the 'beach'. These are from the resort because they don't clear them up - they have not washed up from further away as they are still razor sharp. I collected bits up several days, but hardly made an impression.
The coral is completely dead - no colour whatsoever. That's global warming's fault, though. THere are some smaller fish around and the bright blue starfish, but you are warned against swimming out over the point where it gets deep - unlike in some places like Samoa. I still enjoyed snorkelling, but it was not as good as any other Pacific Island we've been too.
Hope that helps.
Hi! I would definitely ask because staff is very accommodating (pls remember there's price difference). There isn't much difference as far as the room layout; however the rooms behind the beach front ones are attached to... More
Hi! I would definitely ask because staff is very accommodating (pls remember there's price difference). There isn't much difference as far as the room layout; however the rooms behind the beach front ones are attached to another room and so you would share the front porch. My family wanted privacy and we were quite noisy (radio and late night family gatherings), but we got no complaints 😊. As far as rental I'd suggest getting it before hand...much easier bc (Avis) is located right outside the exit doors as you come out of arrivals. & the car rental return of course would be same place. Enjoy your stay! Hope this helped and thanks for reading my review!