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Starwood Still Leads The Pack At Denarau Fiji … And In The Islands

July 18, 2015 Global Travel Media TV No Comments Print Print Email Email

image010 (3Without doubt Starwood is the leader in the market in Denarau with three properties within the Denarau complex, the Sheraton Fiji Resort, the Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa, Fiji and the Sheraton Denarau Villas, with now the intentional brand having ventured onto the islands to operate Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island, Fiji, located in the idyllic Mamanuca Islands.

The five star Sheraton Fiji Resort opened in 1987 and has been regularly upgraded, with the 300 room resort built around a lagoon pool complex offering a selection of dining outlets and bars, including one of Denarau’s most popular restaurants – Flying Fish, plus retail outlets, several swimming pools, a fitness centre, kids club, business centre, and wedding chapel.

The Westin Denarau Island Resort and Spa, right next door, opened in 1976, with 276 rooms and also regularly upgraded, with the resort featuring The Kitchen @ Westin, a popular wine bar and grill, several tennis courts, and swimming pools, a day spa, fitness centre, bowling green and retail outlets.

The Sheraton Denarau Villas offers 82 luxuriously designed two- and three-bedroom villas, set in lush tropical gardens, right on the beach accommodating up to eight people per reservation.

The guests at either of the properties are also able to enjoy access to the facilities of all of them.

I met Irene Edwards Public Relations, Marketing and Communications Manager for Starwood in Fiji recently at Fijian Tourism Expo and to hear what she had to tell me about these great properties, click on the video box below:

Written by John Alwyn-Jones

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