After a pandemic-induced hiatus, Sheraton has reopened its first Fiji resort with a $48 million upgrade. Previously called “Sheraton Fiji Resort”, the new Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort is the country’s only integrated five-star resort.
The resort offers 300 rooms, with a choice of ocean or garden views and private balconies or patios. And if you get tired of contemplating the view of the turquoise ocean? There’s an 18-hole championship golf course on-site, as well as five restaurants, five bars, four pools, tennis courts, a fitness center, spa, and private beach.
“The reopening of Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort brings world-class surroundings, service and hospitality to Fiji,” said Neeraj Chadha, Vice President Multi-Property Fiji and Samoa, Mariott International and General Manager of Westin & Sheraton. Resorts. “From laid-back experiences to exceptional and refined experiences, the Sheraton team uplifts the local spirit to leave the best lasting memories possible. Like the people of Fiji, Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort has a warm and generous community spirit, sharing the traditions, skills and heritage of Fijian culture with all who visit.
The new on-site restaurants are a particular highlight: the Tatavu Grill and Bar Restaurant embraces the essence of Fiji, with handcrafted cocktails and fresh coastal flavors from Fiji’s first bespoke vertical open tiered grill; Island 619 offers culinary staging through open cooking demonstrations, the freshness and variety of locally and internationally inspired cuisine; 28g brings tropical coffee expertise into a layered coffee experience – with tea tasting sessions and cold drips in the day and Espresso Martinis after dark.
Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort will also launch a range of activities and entertainment, including a pop-up night market, the “Feet in Sand” ritual, local artisans and vendors, rotating art installations, light shows, live music and much more.
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