Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort, previously Sheraton Fiji Resort, has announced it is officially open and ready for guests following a whopping AU$48 million transformation.
Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort is Fiji’s newest and largest beachfront playground, inviting locals and travellers to enjoy meaningful connections and elevated guest experiences and adventures within and beyond the resort.
The upgraded resort embraces a new layered design, which the resort says balances a sense of timelessness with a fresh and modern feel.
Play is important, which is why guests have a wide selection of leisure amenities, including a championship 18 hole golf course, five restaurants & five bars, four swimming pools, synthetic & grass tennis courts, fitness centre, spa and beach.
The redesigned property says it has also introduced revitalised culinary experiences at the three new dining venues: Tatavu Grill and Bar Restaurant, Island 619 and 28g.
Guests staying at the resort will have complimentary access to in-complex resort facilities within the sister property, Sheraton Denarau Villas.
“The reopening of the Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort brings a truly world-class setting, service and scale of hospitality to Fiji, delivering new standards for dining, conferencing and events to the Fijian holiday experience” commented Mr Neeraj Chadha, Multi-Property Vice President Fiji & Samoa, Marriott International and General Manager of Westin & Sheraton Resorts, Fiji Complex.
“From casually curated, to exceptional and refined experiences, the Sheraton team elevates the local spirit to leave the best possible lasting memories. Like the people of Fiji, the Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort has a warm and generous community spirit, sharing the Fijian culture traditions, skills and heritage with all those who visit”.
Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort is positioned as “The Beating Heart of Fiji”, where guests can connect with the local community and leave with a deeper connection to Fiji, its people and each other.
The resort’s signature activities to be launched include the Sheraton’s family ‘Side by side’ program, ‘Feet in Sand’ ritual at Tatavu Grill & Bar Restaurant and ‘Koro’ pop-up night market, exhibiting a range of locally sourced and bespoke handicraft, partnerships with local artists and vendors to activate rotating art installations, light shows, performances and live music.
For more information, visit www.marriott.com
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