10 Most Romantic Honeymoon Accommodations in Tonga ❤️© TongaPocketGuide.com
10 Most Romantic Honeymoon Accommodations in Tonga ❤️

10 Most Romantic Honeymoon Accommodations in Tonga ❤️

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The Most Romantic Accommodations in Tonga for Couples

With beautiful beaches, turquoise waters and swaying coconut palms, Tonga is an effortlessly romantic island destination. For a honeymoon or romantic getaway, you’re going to want to set the tone right by staying somewhere utterly romantic, whether your idea of romance is shacked up in a quaint Tongan fale on the beach or staying at a boutique lodge in town. Check out some of our top picks for romantic honeymoon accommodations in Tonga in the list below!

Note that Tonga is an ever-evolving country with some services that accommodations provide changing with little notice. While we try to keep our accommodation listings up-to-date, know that some services may have changed. If you have an update, feel free to reach out.

1. Sandy Beach Resort (Ha’apai)

Set on the shores of an unspoiled beach, Sandy Beach Resort boasts 12 modern bungalows and Ha’apai’s most upscale resort. All of the accommodation here is exclusively for couples with each fale having a king bed, a private terrace and an ensuite bathroom with hot water and high-pressure showers (yes, that’s almost a novelty in Tonga). Aside from finding a hammock to relax in, the resort offers a wealth of free activities for couples to enjoy, between snorkelling over vibrant corals and sailing across a lagoon. On-site is also a fabulous restaurant offering a delectable menu of local and international fare. Be sure to also try their cocktails and Tongan beers! See more accommodations in the area in our guide, Where to Stay in Ha’apai: The Best Accommodations.

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2. The Reef Resort (Vava’u)

Boasting one of the most contemporary and upmarket resorts in Vava’u (and the whole of Tonga), The Reef Resort on Kapa Island is an ample choice for couples who prefer modern comforts. Five bungalows are scattered among the gardens and directly on the beach, providing a tranquil retreat for guests. Amongst it all is the “Honeymoon Villa” with a four-poster bed and space to relax from your spacious indoor lounge to the private verandah. Dining is easily the main event here as European Polynesian cuisine is prepared by decorated German or Swiss chefs. Such dining experiences are welcome, especially after hiking over the island to the breathtaking bay of Port Mourelle or making use of the kayaks, a clear-bottom kayak, SUP boards and a Hobie Cat to explore the surrounding waters and nearby Japanese Coral Garden – see the 10 Best Places to Snorkel in Vava’u. What’s more, honeymooners also receive a bottle of bubbles and a bouquet on arrival. For more stays in Tonga’s northern island group, see Where to Stay in Vava’u: The Best Accommodations.

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3. Tukulolo Grounds & Treehouses (Tongatapu)

If your idea of romance is something utterly unique, then check out the lodges suspended in the trees at Tukulolo Grounds & Treehouses. This handbuilt wonderland among the forests of Tongatapu‘s eastern side consists of two queen ensuite treehouses and one family treehouse, each distinctive and artistically finished. The property is a joy to explore between the communal lodge, fire pit, carved sculptures and suspended bridges leading to your fairy-light-lit abode. Watch the forest come to life at night with a fire show! While a light breakfast is included in the rate, breakfast and dinner are available to purchase should you not want to venture the 35 minutes it takes to get into Nuku’alofa. Note that there are children and dogs on the property. See more stays nearby in our guide, Where to Stay on Tongatapu: The Best Accommodations.

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4. Sea Change Eco Retreat (Ha’apai)

Choose your eco-adventure, staying in a glamping tent or a sustainably built wooden hut at this off-the-grid retreat on Uoleva Island. Sea Change Eco Retreat has just a small selection of accommodation for couples in Ha’apai, providing the boutique resort experience. All accommodation is located in its own quiet corner of forest with pathways to the restaurant, massage fale, yoga shala and beach. The resort also offers a range of utterly romantic activities, including picnic lunches for an island walk, yoga sessions, island massages, as well as swimming with humpback whales! For more like this, check out the 5 Most Romantic Honeymoon Resorts in Ha’apai.

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5. Blue Water Retreat (‘Eua)

The closest thing to a resort on the island of ‘Eua, Blue Water Retreat offers a small selection of ocean-view ensuite bungalows. But for something utterly romantic, be sure to book one of their glamping tents. These elegant tents are set atop an elevated private deck and kitted out with tasteful furniture, truly setting the scene for a romantic getaway. Ferry/airport transfers are included in the accommodation rates, while whale watching, spearfishing and island tours, as well as creative buffet-style meals at the onsite restaurant, can all be organised with the resort for an effortless stay. For more options on Tonga’s jungle-clad island, check out Where to Stay on ‘Eua: The Best ‘Eua Accommodations.

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6. Little Italy Hotel (Tongatapu)

Italy in the South Pacific: could it be any more romantic?! The Little Italy Hotel brings the charm of Europe in its architecture, decor and Italian restaurant, to the shores of Nuku’alofa, making it an ideal stay for honeymooning couples. The “Ocean View Rooms” are a no-brainer for a special occasion, featuring gorgeous views from the private balconies. Mention it’s your honeymoon and the team is likely to organise a special turndown with swan towels and the lot! Stays include a continental buffet breakfast, as well as all of your expected hotel amenities. See more stays in the city in the 10 Most Romantic Accommodations in Nuku’alofa.

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7. Kitesurf Tonga (Ha’apai)

Don’t let the kitesurfing label fool you. You don’t have to be into kitesurfing to enjoy a romantic stay at the boutique Kitesurf Tonga. The resort in Ha’apai has just five attractive fales made with natural timber from the island, Uoleva Island, which feature an ultra-spacious ensuite with hot solar showers. The fales also boast king-sized beds with memory foam mattresses and diffused lighting to set the mood. Aside from kitesurfing, your time here can be spent snorkelling straight from the beach, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, whale swimming, walking around the island with a picnic lunch prepared by the resort, and more.

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8. Mystic Sands (Vava’u)

Romantic because it’s just so quiet, Mystic Sands is a fantastic option for couples. Stay in one of their well-presented beachfront or oceanview rooms with a kitchenette for enjoying romantic nights together or with meal options available. The small resort on the water’s edge of ‘Utungake Island, connected to the main island of Vava’u, is a glorious place to retreat to after a day of whale swimming, scuba diving, snorkelling or one of the other 10 Romantic Things to Do in Vava’u. It has a small outdoor pool, complimentary kayaks, beach games and hammocks to relax in. For more romantic retreats to choose from, check out the 10 Most Romantic Honeymoon Accommodations in Vava’u.

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9. Serenity Beaches Resort (Ha’apai)

Nestled among the trees only moments away from white-sand beaches on both sides of the property, Serenity Beaches Resort has something to suit most couples. Stay in an open-air fale with garden showers to embrace the nature around you. Or if you prefer, there are fully-enclosed fales. Either way, you’ll be nestled in your own piece of private paradise, as each fale is in its own section of forest. The accommodation on Uoleva Island offers a number of experiences, such as island massages, yoga sessions in a pavilion, whale swimming, snorkelling, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, island hikes and more.

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10. Katea Retreat (Tongatapu)

A boutique beach resort on the southern corner of Tongatapu, Katea Retreat offers a blissful stay for couples – that is, until it’s Wednesday or Friday night or Sunday afternoon when its restaurant comes to life with cultural dancing and a traditional Tongan umu – see the 10 Best Cultural Shows in Tonga. But back to the accommodation, each of the five bungalows features a kitchenette with a gas stove, an ensuite bathroom and a balcony overlooking the breathtaking beach and reef below. The latter you’ll love to explore with its golden sands and arching rock formations – as featured in the 20 Best Beaches in Tonga. Free airport shuttles are available, while cultural medicine walks are also on offer. See more romantic stays on the island in the 10 Most Romantic Honeymoon Accommodations on Tongatapu.

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More About Honeymoon & Couples’ Accommodations in Tonga

That’s it for our list of the most romantic honeymoon accommodations in Tonga. For more about planning a couples’ getaway, check out the following ideas:

That’s it for the best honeymoon accommodations in Tonga. See more amazing stays in The Top 30 Resorts in Tonga. By the way, be sure to bookmark The Wedding & Honeymoon Guide to Tonga for more honeymooning tips!


Laura (Lola) S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Tonga Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Tonga. She knows the islands inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Tonga’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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