The first thing the receptionist did when we arrived: tried to sign us up on an overpriced day tour thing. We declined.
The air conditioning didn't work.
The ATM outside broke.
They have a strange policy that disallows you from bringing in outside food, so we had to dine-in at KFC.
The doorman's leather suit was far too tight for him, and only every now and then did he open the door for us.
Neither of the two men (not one, but two) who brought us our cork screw knew how to use it. They ended up breaking the cork, and letting it fall into the wine. To apologise, they took the wine away, cleared the cork debris, and presented the bottle of wine to us beautifully, in a lovely bowl of ice. It was red wine.
I was going to complain about the 'Pool snack', but there was a complication with that, and it turned out to be our own fault that we didn't get to enjoy it. Still worth a mention, though.
Oh, also, at the hotels Italian restaurant, the waiter insisted on clearing the crumbs from our table with a small comb that he apparently keeps in his front pocket. Not sure if I should put that in the negatives or positives, but either way, it happened.
The location was really good; right across the road from both the bus and train stations.
There was a nice painting of a Fijian boy near the 3rd floor elevator. Brother.
There was also an ATM right outside, and KFC wasn't too far.
The doorman had a dashing leather suit.
There was no cork screw in the room, so they went out of their way to find one, and bring it to our room, to open our bottle of wine.