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Reviewed 28 August 2009

I travel quite frequently for business and the only place that I think of as my home away from home is the Levuka Homestay. It's one of the cleanest hotels Ive ever stayed in. The beds and pillows are super comfortable to get a great nights rest. The day gets started off right with a great breakfast that includes freshly made delicious fruit juice, home-made Muesli / Granola, banana pancakes, passion fruit jam and other locally made preserves, fresh local eggs and freshly brewed coffee (which can be hard to come by in Fiji!!) The couple that own the place are super nice and always have a glass of wine handy for an unwinding evening chat (or Talanoa as they call it in Fiji)

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled on business
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Reviewed 25 August 2009

From booking, to arriving, to drinks on the first night, to the daily ritual of breakfast (you could go for this reason alone) the genuine warmth of the hospitality was just wonderful. John and Marilyn have a stunning property and know how to make people so welcome and comfortable, not only with the accommodation, but also the surroundings. They are aware of their social responsibility, and from here you get the feel for the "real Fiji".
I would highly recommend this popular place to anyone, and the breakfasts...well you just have to go to experience them!

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled with family
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Reviewed 14 July 2009

The Township of Levuka on the Island of Ovalau is no ordinary town and not easy to get to. Made even harder when one carries scuba gear as we did. But right from the start at the bus stop in Suva we had people helping us with the loading on of our gear onto the bus. They were locals from Levuka as we found out. And that seems to be the spirit of the whole town, everyone helps each other. It is well worth a visit, not just over-night, but at least 3-4 days to get the feel of the place. Meet the locals, they are happy to talk to you. We stayed at the" Homestay" where we enjoyed the company of John & Marilyn, the owners. We were not able to dive the first 4 days due to big seas so we were able to enjoy long and hearty breakfasts with interesting conversations. Highly recommend the banana pan-cakes! We had a small complaint about a noisy cold water tap which we mentioned over a casual drink at night. The next day we came home just after lunch and found it had been fixed. No need for a written report ! And we needed a taxi to and from the dive shop. The owners made several calls for taxis for us and organised our Island tour on our last day around the island, with a smile and no extra charge. Their employees( gardener and housemaids ) are treated as part of the familly and it is their second home. They are very proud and happy to work there. When we did get to dive, our breakfasts had to be cut short on the second half of our stay and we missed that. Levuka is an interesting little place, full of history, no fancy Resorts with swimming-pools and slippery dips, so leave the kids at home. It is like time stood still a long time ago, and we hope it will remain like this. Peace and quiet on a little speck in the South Pacific !

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 8 July 2009

If you make the journey to Levuka, it's worth it to stay in comfort at Levuka Homestay. The owners will help you arrange excursions and the gardener will act as your guide, if you want to do some walks around town or up to the peak. Oh, and the breakfasts are legendary - my personal favourites are the banana pancakes.

While you are in town, you should of course at least have a drink at the Royal Hotel though.

  • Stayed: June 2007, travelled solo
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Thank FredaBR
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Reviewed 5 July 2009

Like many of the other reviewers on this site, we were excited by Levuka homestay's strong reputation in lonely planet, trip advisor, etc... But we were very disappointed. We were on a shoestring budget on our honeymoon and made the mistake of giving our credit card info to Levuka Homestay before we arrived. (It's the only place in 2 weeks of bouncing around Fiji that even asked for the card info in advance). But our flight to Levuka was cancelled so we could not make it for our one-night stay. We called to try to work something out because we knew we were costing them some expected revenue - we suggested that we pay to cover the airport pickup and some reasonable percent of a one-night stay. They were totally unwilling to talk and they charged our credit card as if we had stayed there. That ruined our tight honeymoon budget and really put a damper on our good times. It was especially confusing given that Fiji was empty - every other place we stayed was at ~50% occupancy or less, so it was hard to believe that we were really costing these guys a lot of money in opportunity cost. Anyway, just be careful with these guys when you book ahead of time.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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