Doors to the Pullman brand’s first “deliberately decadent” property in Fiji will swing wide open later this month, to offer premium travellers a vibrant & contemporary place to stay.

Come Good Friday (19 April), and the Pullman brand will officially make its debut in the South Pacific nation with the arrival of 236-room Pullman Nadi Bay Resort & Spa.

Described as an “international address” where elegance, hospitality and detailed design take precedence, the property will cater to premium travellers who, according to Qantas, are frequenting Fiji’s shores.

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In true Pullman-style, the multi-million dollar 5-star property will deliver on the brand’s key pillars such as comfort, drool-worthy cuisine, wellness, creativity and business.

For example, 36 of the 236 rooms are deluxe interconnecting rooms that are ideal of families and groups, while the four accessible rooms make it easier for people with disabilities to enjoy a tropical getaway.

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All rooms have balconies or patios and feature premium Pullman bedding, Pure Fiji toiletries and high-speed Wi-Fi (which is also available throughout the resort).

Guests won’t need to leave the resort to take part in the ocean-based adventure, with the property running a series of watersport activities such as hobie-cats, jet skiing and even, seaplanes.

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Adults-only spaces are available for those holidaymakers who need a break from the little ones while the Kids Club and Teens Retreat offer special activities for younger guests.

On the dining and beverage front, the resort offers welcome drinks in the lobby’s RO Bar, while all-day dining is available in the Magiti Restaurant. Casual dining can be found inside the Dan Dan Noodle Bar, while for something substantial, there’s Barefoot Bar & Grill.

Fun fact: Mobile herb gardens ensure Fiji’s freshest muddled cocktails and mocktails are on hand at every outlet.

 

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