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Genuinely warm, friendly, polite staff whose sense of pride and ownership made our stay special. Excellent accommodation and facilities, meticulously tended gardens. A great winter escape. Relaxation plus!
Pros: Service with a smile - everyone there was very friendly with a nice Bula on seeing you. Even greeted with a nice seashell necklace on arriving! Very relaxed atmosphere with varied cultural performances and different-themed buffet dinners every night to keep things interesting including...More
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Response from InterContinenta... F, General Manager at InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & SpaResponded 4 weeks ago
Bula Vinaka from the InterContinental Fiji Resort and Spa! We are pleased to read that your family enjoyed our resort facilities and services during your Fiji holiday with us. Our Planet Trekkers have an excellent reputation with kids and the nannies are always...More
Beautiful resort and definitely one of the highlights of our visit to Fiji. We are both experienced scuba diver and the staff at the resort were excellent, with great dive staff. The included breakfast was fantastic with a diverse presentation of foods from all over...More
The hotel was great from the moment we got there. We got a free upgrade as IHG members, the rooms are very nice and spacious. We paid and got acces to the club lounge and the privileges were FANTASTIC. We had breakfast and evening drinks....More
Our first visit to Fiji. We were two families with 3 kids & we spent 6 nights at the Intercon at Fiji. This was by far one of the best vacations we have had. The hotel is perfect for families with kids since there is...More
RJ, no there are not. As mentioned prior, there are shops within the resort. Or, if you want locally made product, visit the Sanasana village next door within walking distance. All monies collected go directly to the... More
RJ, no there are not. As mentioned prior, there are shops within the resort. Or, if you want locally made product, visit the Sanasana village next door within walking distance. All monies collected go directly to the village itself. There is another hotel next door where they serve food as well. Like all South Pacific Islands, food is expensive....based on the American Dollar and like food in America.