Fiji Luxury Villa combines tradition and high level of comfort
The company rennomierte Madeleine Blanchfield Architects architecture Australia has designed the magnificent luxury villa Korovesi and built around Savusavu, a city in Cakaudrove, Fiji. This beautifully furnished holiday home offers guests the ultimate in comfort, relaxation and adventure. Dive with us into an exotic oasis in the South Pacific!
Luxury villa Korovesi Madeleine Blanchfield Architects
The luxury villa extends to 3:24 hectares and boasts impressive views of Savusavu Bay. The city and the airport are entwernt about 10 minutes by car. Elements of traditional architecture formed the basis for contemporary design. The building consists of 7 volumes buildings set on 2 levels. Large plants are available outside.
Luxury villa Korovesi impressed by the traditional architecture
Amazing cottage offers luxurious accommodation for up to 10 people and can be booked throughout the year. Prices range between $ 5.600 and $ 11.200 in high season. The spacious rooms and suites offer the utmost comfort and convenience for customers. He saved or equipment, or in the drawing. The interior is elegant neutral tones, clean lines and dark tropical wood are combined. The kitchen is open style and a separate kitchen. Among the utensils modern kitchen with oven, grill and wood-burning pizza oven are traditional Fijian - pit Lovu to see.
Exotic Villa with ocean views
Kitchen, living room and bedrooms are upstairs, where they have direct access to the deck with infinity pool. Available are 2 rooms very comfortable and well appointed room - the other to the outside where you can enjoy a generous view of the bay and the lush landscape and inside. The owner Gavin Vanderplank provide a unique vacation in the South Pacific.
The image of nature scenic
Korovesi luxury villa is the ideal place for family vacations, adventure for groups of friends or a romantic honeymoon.
wooden deck with seating
The cottage has a swimming pool available
Pampered luxury apartment
Panoramic view of the countryside
Wooden pergola with climbing plants
Innovation in technical areas
Red tropical wood in the dining room
The living room in an open design is passively cooled
The traditional elements are in the room
luxury bathroom with freestanding bath