After a A$48 million dollar transformation, Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort is officially open for guests.
With a new name and a whole lot of incredible new amenities, the only thing recognizable about the beachfront resort is its five-star status and exclusive locale on Denarau Island.
Having seen a flood of tourists return to Fiji after the opening of its borders to Australia late last year, the resort could not be opening at a better time.
The resort is located just 20 minutes away from Nadi Airport, in close proximity to all that Nadi and the island have to offer.
An authentic Fijian experience is at the center of the resort’s transformation, with the resort providing ample opportunities for guests to connect with the local community.
On arrival, guests will be greeted with a traditional ‘Cola Vina’ welcome with local artisans playing a bespoke beat on a custom carved large-scale lali.
There are over 300 rooms to choose from, with options to have oceanfront or garden view rooms with either patios or private balconies.
All of the rooms have been transformed into bright, stylish retreats with ensuites that enjoy modern walk-in showers or bathtubs if you opt for a suite.
But the rest of the resort complex is just as impressive with its championship 18 hole golf course, five restaurants & five bars, four swimming pools, synthetic & grass tennis courts, a fitness center, spa, and beach.
Guests will also enjoy complimentary access to the in-complex resort facilities within the sister property, Sheraton Denarau Villas.
If you’re ready for an island holiday then get packing because the Sheraton Fiji Golf and Beach Resort is officially open for bookings.
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