Sylvia and Pete’s $18k a night Fiji honeymoon resort

Allison Yee

The confetti has settled and the hangovers conquered after their A-List wedding, and now Sylvia Jeffreys and Peter Stefanovic have got their sights set on their next marriage milestone – the luxury honeymoon.

The TV stars haven’t scrimped either, with the newlyweds spotted boarding a private helicopter to the exclusive Kokomo Private Island resort in Fiji.

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The couple spared no expense for their lavish wedding at the Ooralba property in NSW's Kangaroo Valley. Photo: Instagram

After tying the knot at a celeb-studded ceremony in NSW’s Kangaroo Valley last weekend, the pair are spending some much-needed recovery time at the stunning island which boasts lush rainforest and white sand beaches.

The resort sees guests able to snorkel Great Astrolabe Reef — the fourth largest in the world. Photo: Instagram
After months of wedding planning, Sylvia and Pete will be able to put their feet up on the all-inclusive resort. Photo: Instagram

A stay doesn’t come cheap though.

With guests arriving in style via seaplane, each luxury suite boasts its own private infinity pool, butler service, and best of all - complimentary in-room mini bar which is replenished every day.

Guests arrive at the newly opened resort in seaplane style. Photo: Instagram
There are five hilltop residences and 21 beach villas on the resort to choose from. Photo: Instagram

For those wanting to splurge, a stay at a Beachfront Luxury Residence four bedroom pad complete with incredible poolside BBQ area, will set you back $18,000 a night.

A stay in the most luxurious villa on the island will set you back $18,000. Photo: Instagram

Only officially opening last month, the $300 million resort boasts 150 staffers to tend to every single guest need.

We’re not jealous at all.

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