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10 Best Family Accommodation in Alofi

10 Best Family Accommodations in Alofi [2024]

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The Best Accommodations in Alofi for Families

Staying in the capital of Niue is a surefire way to make your family getaway as easy as possible. You’ll have access to an array of eateries, as well as attractions and tours. What’s more, there are plenty of choices when it comes to family accommodations in Alofi, from luxurious villas to budget guesthouses. Check out some of our top recommendations in this list of kid-friendly accommodations in Alofi!

For more family fun, see The Travel Guide to Niue for Families. Plus, for inspiration on what to do in the area, see the 10 Things to Do in Niue with Kids.

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

Tuaga Lodge is a contemporary boutique lodge with three attached units: two self-contained studios and a two-bedroom unit in between ideal for families. The contemporary accommodation in the heart of Alofi boasts well-equipped open-plan kitchens, 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 and some family time. 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. Heleni Jessop’s Fatahega

For families on a budget, take a look at the family rooms at Heleni Jessop’s Fatahga in Alofi. There are a couple of rooms suitable for families of different sizes, such as the double room with a shared bathroom or a suite with a sea view, both ideal for a couple and one child. Alternatively, there’s a family room with a double bed and two single beds for a family of four. The location couldn’t be more convenient being mere minutes to walk to the town centre. There is also a shared kitchen should you want to save some money on meals. All in all, the place is ideal for non-fussy families. For more options like this, see the 5 Best Budget Accommodations in Alofi.

Check Heleni Jessop’s Fatahega out:

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3. Yolos Accommodation

A popular choice in Alofi North, Yolos Accommodation is a little out of town but opposite three swimming spots and sea tracks ideal for the kids. The modernly decorated two-bedroom cottage nestled in tropical gardens is complete with kitchen and laundry facilities, WiFi, satellite TV and plenty of space outside for the little ones to run around. A fun little touch is the breakfast bar looking out into the gardens. For more holiday homes nearby, check out the 10 Best Holiday Homes in Niue.

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4. Anakule

For a home-away-from-home experience (but better), Anakule offers a contemporary holiday home on the outskirts of Alofi. Enjoy the peace and quiet that comes with staying on the edge of town (but we can never guarantee that roosters won’t wake you up in Niue) along with the convenience of knowing that the town centre and wharf are a short walk away. There are two bedrooms in the holiday home, both with king beds but another single bed can be added on request. The home has a large modern kitchen with an open-plan dining area and lounge to enhance family time. For more contemporary stays like this, check out the 10 Best Luxury Accommodations in Niue.

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5. Kololi’s Motel (Guesthouse)

The standalone one and two-bedroom units at the Kololi’s Motel (a.k.a. Kololi’s Guesthouse) are ideal for families, with options to sleep up to three or four guests. The affordable accommodation in Alofi offers options with or without air-conditioning, while bathrooms use solar hot water and have full cooking facilities including an oven. Enjoy views of the Pacific Ocean from the units, as well as from the expansive gardens for the kids to burn off some energy. Note that Kololi’s also has a main guesthouse with budget rooms, so you may want to look into that also – check out the 5 Best Backpacker Accommodations in Niue.

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6. Taloa Heights

Stay in a modern self-catering apartment at Taloa Heights in Alofi. The accommodation has seven studios, one of which is a two-bedroom apartment ideal for families. The well-appointed apartments have all the essentials for a family stay, from kitchen facilities to gorgeous decks for watching the sunset. There’s a lagoon-style swimming pool onsite, as well as a flatscreen TV in all apartments so kids will have no way of getting bored. If a swimming pool is a must, also check out the 5 Accommodations in Niue with a Swimming Pool.

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7. Joema Place

A super central holiday home, Joema Place is a guesthouse that can be booked per room or the entire house. The renovated family home turned holiday home is a stone’s throw away from the Visitor Information Centre and Niue Market, while offering other conveniences from free WiFi (with unlimited data) to discounted vehicle rentals with Niue Rentals. The three-bedroom house sleeps up to seven guests across two single beds and two queen-sized beds. The home also has a spacious garden, a living area with air-conditioning and more.

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8. Aliutu Guesthouse

Just a short stroll from town, Aliutu Guesthouse is a clean and colourful home with views of the Pacific Ocean. The two-bedroom house is ideal for families seeking their own space with homely facilities, such as a kitchen, laundry, separate shower and bathroom and more. The hosts offer airport transfers if needed. Outside are a beautiful array of tropical flowers and gardens. This home sleeps up to five people across two double beds and a single bed. A seven-seater people-mover is also available for guests to rent. See the 6 Accommodations in Niue with Car Rental for more like this.

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9. Vinnie’s Guesthouse

A three-bedroom holiday home located in Alofi South, Vinnie’s Guesthouse provides an alternative stay in a homely abode renovated in 2014. The accommodation is located next to Clayton’s Bar and a short stroll from a convenience store and Pacific Way Bar should you want to join the locals for bingo! Either way, it’s certainly a quiet end of town should you want to be close enough for convenience but far enough for tranquillity. For more information on the various areas of Alofi, take a look at Where to Stay in Alofi.

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10. Peleni’s Guesthouse

Last but certainly not least, families of three to seven might want to take a look at Peleni’s Guesthouse. The centrally-located guesthouse offers one family room sleeping up to three guests, as well as two double rooms. Each room has an ensuite bathroom, while shared facilities include a kitchen, dining area and lounge area with a homely family vibe being a former family home. Alternatively, hire out the whole home sleeping up to seven guests. For more accommodation options, see the 10 Best Accommodations in Alofi.

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More Family Accommodations in Alofi

That’s it for the best family accommodations in Alofi. If you’re still looking for something, how about in these listings?

Finally, get more trip-planning advice in The Complete Travel Guide to Alofi or The Travel Guide to Niue for Families.


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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