We have just returned from a family holiday to Treasure Island and had the time of our lives! We were not considering this island until friends recommended it to us and all we can say to them is Thankyou!
My husband and i had been to Fiji 13 yrs ago for our honeymoon and did a cruise around the islands and stayed at the Warick Hotel on the Coral Coast. We were very unimpressed with the Coral Coast as all of the coral was dead. The aim this time was to give the kids (11yrs, 8yrs and 5yrs), a true Fijian experience and what better way to do that than on a small island.
When we arrived on Treasure Island, being serinaded by staff, we looked at the surroundings and knew we had chosed the right place. They welcomed us "home" and that's exactly what it felt like. We felt totally secure with our kids running around and the people were so lovely to them, bringing out lots of "Bula's" and "Vinaka's".
The new pool is amazing, really relaxing and so picturesque. The kids also had a kids pool that they could dive, bomb and be loud in. They were also allowed in the larger pool as well. The ocean was spectaclular, crystal clear, warm and the snorkelling was amazing. The kids found most of the characters out of Nemo with ease! Take your under water camera!!
We enjoyed the other activities, sailing, canoing, the kids loved the banana boat and put put golf. The watersports did have a fee but minimal - sailing $15 FJD per hour, banana boat $25 FJD per person, well worth it.
We had meal plan that included all meals but not drinks. I would recommend this as we didn't have to think about food, just eat and enjoy. At times the produce was not as good as in Aus, but other times food was great. Drinks were pretty cheap $4 FJD for a beer and we made the most of happy hour getting great coctails for around $12 FJD.
We had a double Oceanview Bure, that was literally Oceanview! With some lovely tree coverage with hammocks at you front door and about 10 metres to your own part of the beach, just lovely. The rooms were clean, spacious, had air conditioning, and were made up daily.
We have heard lots of resorts described as Gold Coast with Fijian waitresses. This is not what you get at Treasure Island, it has the real Fijian feel, with beautiful surroundings and beautiful people! Our kids kept saying "this is paradise" and they cried when they had to leave! Thanks Treasure Island for a great holiday!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set on a coral and sand fringed atoll within a stunning marine sanctuary, Treasure Island is one of Fiji's most iconic resorts, with over 40 years' experience in providing hospitality and friendship to travellers from across the globe. The island caters especially to families, honeymooners and true romantics seeking a unique and unforgettable island holiday experience. Treasure Island is one of the only resorts in the Mamanuca Islands to offer same day transfers, which means that you arrive on our island paradise the same day you arrive in Fiji. Treasure Island is unique as our traditional land owners, the Nakelo Clan, own 50 per cent of the resort and members of the clan hold many key positions, so our team (or as they prefer to be called, hosts) have a vested interest in delivering a truly authentic Fijian experience. This genuine hospitality is contagious and the main reason we have so many return guests. In fact one couple has visited us 85 times! Why don't you come experience for yourself what is unique and special about our island paradise. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Treasure Island Hotel Treasure Island
- Fiji Treasure Island
- Treasure Island Fiji