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Located 15 minutes' drive from the beach and set on 4.5 acres on Fiji’s beautiful Coral Coast, this resort offers only 28 rooms, each with air conditioning, TV, DVD player and a refrigerator. You couldn't fault the staff they were fantastic. The restaurant is great and the food excellent. That's why they have so many visitors from other resorts for dinner. People come back. Location is great also, close to Sigatoka, short taxi ride or a fun trip on the local bus. Accommodation is very clean, somewhat basic, but all you need. Air conditioned rooms. Great value for money.
Boasting free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool and 24-hour front desk, Malaqereqere Villas offers accommodations with a private terrace and ocean views. It is just 5 minutes’ drive from Sigatoka town center. Perfect to unwind. Had the entire property of 4 villas for ourselves. No noise besides the ocean... Supermarket 10 min drive, Natadola beach 20 min. Spacey place, fully functional kitchen. Great hosts, thank you guys!
Yadua Bay Resort & Villas features air-conditioned accommodations on Fiji's Coral Coast. Offering a restaurant, the property also has a garden and a bar. The location..the cleanliness of the rooms and the quietness of the resort is unbelievable. I will take my whole family to this resort for my future vacation. The pool is big and clean. I will recommend this hotel to my friend's and colleague.
InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa is a luxurious resort nestled among lush tropical grounds. Located on the beachfront, it offers breathtaking views of Natadola Bay. All of the team at Club Intercontinental are great. I thank each and everyone of them for ensuring we had such a wonderful holiday. Vinaka Vinaka vaka levu :)
Set right on the lagoon in the heart of Fiji's Coral Coast, Bedarra Beach Inn is surrounded by lush gardens leading to the beachfront and provides a relaxing setting. Food fatastic Massage amazing People very friendly very helpfull Gardens and pool immaculate
Located on the beachfront, this 5-star luxury resort on Viti Levu island features a large outdoor swimming pool, day spa, 24-hour room service, plus 7 restaurants and bars. Amazing setting staff were extremely polite and helpful Grounds and location were ideal
This secluded beach resort offers spectacular cultural entertainment. Guests enjoy a swimming pool, massage services and a poolside bar. Couldn't ask for more! They even had fast 4g internet on the island, so suitable for business trip as well. Really friendly staff and delicious food
Located along the Coral Coast of Fiji's main island of Viti Levu, Sea Winds Villa offers spacious accommodations which features views of the surrounding coral reef and Pacific Ocean. Location, cleanliness, the staff were very friendly. Highly recommend this property
The hotel/resort was excellent - great for young families and groups of youg people. Fiji has many areas of poverty which were humbling to see. Went on a jet boat ride up the river from Sikatoa to meet villagers from the mountain. They had dignity in sharing their way of life, food and customs with our group of tourists that was the highlight of the trip for me. Their standard of living may be much poorer than mine but their sense of family and society was stronger and inspiring. I learnt something from them.
Stunning island with plenty to do or not at The Shangri-La resort and spa. Good choice of water sports also tennis, golf and volleyball available. We only ate at our resort but there is a good variety of cuisines to satisfy kids and adults but limited vegetarian dishes.
This resort caters for adults only in a separate section to the rest of the resort but also appeals to those with children of all ages. The resort can provide nannies, there is a kids club, lots of sports for the teenagers and the beach and pool area is great for parents to sit and relax. The included buffet breakfast offered a large variety of dishes including free ice cream cones for the youngsters (of any age). There are several restaurants but we ate the Bar & Grill each night - limited menu but good value.
The beds were comfortable which was terrific after an action packed day out around the fantastic pool and water park with the family. The Takali Terrace was good value for money and the friendly staff in all areas of the resort were appreciated. We enjoyed the buffet at breakfast and dinner due to the range offered. We would have liked to have done some sailing, as there were no catamarans. The motorised sports were a little pricey and a few new snorkelling kits were necessary. All in all, a lovely trip for our family.
Enjoyed this resort for a first time staying in Fiji as the surrounding area was real Fiji. we hired a car from the airport as it was cheaper than getting a taxi or shuttle and allowed us to sight-see. There is no parking at the unit, instead you drop the car at reception and they valet it to and from the parking area. We were a bit disappointed with the hotel arranged tours and evenings, quite expensive for what you got so better to source your own tours. Watch out for the over priced and pushy vendors at the market at Sigatoka, better to buy trinkets from the private vendors around the resort or in the villages. The Resort: Great to have the use of kayaks and paddle boards included. Snorkeling in the lagoon area was limited to near high tide times, and there was quite a strong current. We only stayed 6 nights and this was long enough. Next time we will probably go to one of the outer islands for better snorkeling. If you have small children i suggest you get a room close to the family pool and restaurants as many of the kids we saw were tired of the long walks. Buffet breakfast were very good and we were glad they were included in the room rate as otherwise quite expensive. Evening meals options were a bit limited and you did need to book a table if you wanted to eat at a reasonable time. Staff were very friendly and room service was good.
Great location- best time is away from resort visiting local villages going into Sigatoka on local village bus ($1-50)- Ask locals how to get around and where to eat- Fijians love the kids - resort is focused on money but have overheads to meet including a great staff of 600