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10 Best Accommodation in Alofi for Foodies

10 Best Self-Catering Accommodations in Alofi [2024]

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The Top Accommodations in Alofi with Cooking Facilities

Spoiler alert: pretty much all of the accommodation in Niue’s capital is self-catering. If you don’t find an accommodation that suits you in this list, then you’ll probably find the one you’re looking for in the 10 Best Accommodations in Alofi. Nevertheless, if being able to cook up a storm is a priority on your island getaway (as well as saving some dough along the way), then this list outlining the self-catering facilities available is sure to point you in the right direction. So scroll down to find out about the best self-catering accommodations in Alofi!

For more about self-catering in Alofi, take a look at The Guide to Supermarkets & Food Shopping in Niue and What is the Cost of Food in Niue?

How to Book Accommodation in Niue

With only a rare few accommodations in Niue having websites, it might not be entirely obvious how to book a place to stay in Niue. We include booking links where available, but to learn more about booking accommodations over the phone or via Facebook Messenger, check out our complete guide on How to Book Accommodation in Niue.

1. Tuaga Lodge

The new kid on the block, Tuaga Lodge is a contemporary boutique lodge with three attached units: two self-contained studios and a two-bedroom unit in between. The contemporary accommodation in the heart of Alofi boasts well-equipped open-plan kitchens (studios with stovetops and the two-bedroom with a full oven), ensuite bathrooms and tasteful Niuean-inspired decor. There’s a communal laundry room, as well as barbecues and a wraparound deck to enjoy the evening sun. Guests are treated to complimentary snorkelling gear, as well as irresistible activity packages with your hosts who also operate fishing charters, snorkelling and whale swimming tours. This one also ranks in the 10 Best Boutique Accommodations in Niue.

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2. Anakule

You’ll want to take the kitchen of Anakule home with you! This two-bedroom holiday home/guesthouse (rooms can be hired out individually), is modernly furnished and decorated from the bedrooms with king beds and ensuites right to the central open-plan living area with a spacious kitchen. For self-catering and entertaining, this property is ideal. See more like this in the 10 Best Holiday Homes in Alofi.

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3. Stone Villas

Pick up groceries with ease with the Stone Villas located just a five-minute walk from town. Stay in one of these attractive limestone studios with a double bed, single bed, shower room, lounge and dining area and kitchen. The kitchen is ideal for making simple meals, with amenities including a stove, fridge, microwave and cooking utensils. What’s more, you’ll be able to enjoy meals on your private verandah. For more accommodations like this, take a look at the 10 Best Villas in Niue.

Check Stone Villas out:

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4. Heleni Jessop’s Fatahega

For travellers on a budget, make your dollars stretch further in this self-catering accommodation just a short stroll from local shops. The backpacker-style accommodation with double rooms and family rooms has a small communal kitchen with two separate cooking areas, basic amenities and some supplies in the pantry. Enjoy the social atmosphere in the living and dining area and, when you’re sick of cooking, head down to Alofi’s restaurants just a short walk away.

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5. Yolos Accommodation

Enjoy your own space and a tranquil out-of-town location at Yolos Accommodation. Yolos has you staying in a two-bedroom cottage with relatively modern furnishings and a roomy kitchen for self-catering. The former family home has most essential kitchen amenities, including an oven, as well as the nice touch of a breakfast bar facing into the garden. It’s a bit of a walk into town, so we recommend hiring bikes or a car if staying here. For more affordable stays like this, check out the 5 Best Budget Accommodations in Alofi.

10 Best Accommodation in Alofi for Foodies(c) Yolos Accommodation

6. Taloa Heights

One and two-bedroom units are on offer at this boutique resort overlooking Alofi town and the Pacific Ocean. Each unit at Taloa Heights has a kitchenette for preparing basic meals, which has an open-plan studio layout along with a sleeping and lounging area. Dine on your private verandah and enjoy some pool time by the lagoon-style outdoor pool. What’s more, you’re also within walking distance of Alofi’s restaurants. See more stays like this in the 10 Most Romantic Honeymoon Accommodations in Niue.

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7. Kololi’s Motel (Guesthouse)

Another one for budget travellers, either stay in the main guesthouse with communal facilities or opt for a self-contained unit with a fully-equipped kitchen. The units sleep either three to five people and you have a choice with or without air-conditioning. The units are popular with families, as featured in the 10 Best Family Accommodations in Alofi. Otherwise, the guesthouse is a good option for backpackers with its communal kitchen and barbecue area.

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8. Mahofi Cottage

Conveniently close to the town centre yet nestled away in its own fruit-garden paradise, Mahofi Cottage is a two-bedroom holiday home that’s a top choice in Alofi. Each bedroom has a double bed, while the lounge and kitchen provide a social open-plan layout, ideal for a couple or two couples travelling together. There’s a shady verandah where you’ll also find your laundry machine, while your friendly host can meet you at the airport on arrival and lives in the house just behind if you need any assistance. For more holiday homes around the island, check out the 10 Best Holiday Homes in Niue.

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9. Petite Hatava

While Alofi is a pretty quiet town, you can enhance the tranquillity by staying just out of town at Petite Hatava. Stay in one of the two studios available with a double bed, lounge, desk, dining area, private verandah and kitchen. While the kitchen is small, it is well-equipped including an oven. What’s more, you’re nearby the largest supermarket on the island. See more accommodations like this in Is There Adults-Only (Child-Free) Accommodation in Niue?

Check Petite Hatava out:

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10. Peleni’s Guesthouse

Last but certainly not least, Peleni’s Guesthouse is a delight, offering a boutique guesthouse stay for a very affordable price. There are three guest rooms in total, two double rooms and one triple room – all with an ensuite bathroom. The airy and tidy guesthouse has a communal kitchen with an oven. What’s more, you’re a stone’s throw away from the town centre where a wealth of eateries await! See more stays like this in the 10 Best Guesthouses & B&Bs in Niue.

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More About Self-Catering Accommodations in Alofi

That’s it for the best self-catering accommodations in Alofi, but there are a lot more stays around the island with self-catering facilities, which you’ll find in the following:

Finally, get more trip-planning advice in The Complete Travel Guide to Alofi or The Food Guide to Niue: Places to Eat, Food Tours & More.


Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Niue 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 Niue. She knows the island inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Niue’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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