Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island, Fiji reopening in January 2017 following a multi-million dollar refurbishment
Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, part of Marriott International, is excited to announce the reopening of Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island, Fiji on 25 January, 2017following a comprehensive AUD$16 million refurbishment.
The upscale resort, which has been closed since February, 2016 following Cyclone Winston, has been transformed throughout, with the renovation comprising of all guest rooms, suites and public areas. New guest facilities have also been added to further enhance the guest experience, including Sunset Bistro, a café-style dining venue, a Fijian cultural centre and a mini golf course.
Situated on a 35-acre beachfront property in the south-western corner of Tokoriki Island, the northernmost island within Fiji’s idyllic Mamanuca group, Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island is the only five-star, internationally branded hotel on the islands. With direct access to a private, white sand beach, the new look resort features a luxurious and fresh, island-inspired design philosophy. All 101 of the property’s guest rooms and suites embody the tranquil island location and the resort’s tropical surroundings, carried through in a white wash palette, accents of blue reminiscent of the surrounding ocean and complemented by natural, contrasting materials and textures including stone-finish floors and wooden furnishings. For those travelling as a couple, the resort offers 30 luxurious adult-only Tokoriki Retreats, designed to promote true rest and relaxation with their own private deck, plunge pool and uninterrupted ocean views. On the other side of the resort, families will find a range of child-friendly options.
Guests can also enjoy a variety of new dining options at the island resort, including Sunset Bistro, a vibrant café-style venue, serving tapas and pizza at lunch time, as well as Indian dishes in the evening. Guests looking for an authentic Fijian experience with traditional music, culture and cuisine, should head to Tokoriki Coco Palms, the resort’s new authentic Fijian cultural centre. In addition, celebrity chef Peter Kuruvita continues to bring his love for fresh seafood and Fijian cuisine to the island’s Flying Fish Tokoriki restaurant. Headed up by Chef Adriano Avino, the resort’s waterfront dining option offers an exquisite menu of modern and traditional Pacific dishes, all bursting with flavor and fresh produce. With its beachfront location, offering breathtaking views of the South Pacific from each and every table, Flying Fish Tokoriki is the perfect evening destination to unwind and indulge in Fiji’s striking sunsets.
The resort’s wider transformation includes the lobby and public spaces, with new furniture and plush, soft furnishings creating a warm and welcoming space for guests to unwind and enjoy the views. The swimming pool and surrounding deck area have also been refreshed with stylish and comfortable sun lounges and additional shade. A newly designed games room with table tennis, pool and foosball tables provides extra entertainment, in addition to the resort’s new mini golf course. Guests will also have access to new laundry facilities, including self-service washing machines and dryers.
Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island, Fiji also presents a memorable option for a celebration, exclusive corporate event or company conference. The property offers a range of flexible event and conference venues including Turtle Ballroom, the largest meeting space offered by a Fijian island resort, as well as a boardroom, theatre and picturesque wedding chapel. Guests can take advantage of the resort’s beachfront location by extending their event outside, creating a bespoke and flexible space to suit their needs. The large poolside deck area, gardens and private beach provide the ultimate island setting for cocktail receptions and other outdoor gatherings.