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Radisson Blu Resort Fiji Denarau Island
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Reviewed 29 June 2011

Wonderful Hotel being one of only three accommodation providers on Denarau that provide full cooking facilities amongst the many International Chains represented in this paradise. Standout for us was the amazing breakfast array of food at Blu Restaurant, really enjoyed our Champagne breakfasts and wonderful facilities and friendly staff.
I will always tip good service in Fiji ( which you find everywhere ) particularly because of the low wages these extremely humble and friendly Fijians receive, regardless of what the tourism brochures say or what hotel policy might be.
Absolutely recommend Radisson
Vinaka vaka levu.

Room Tip: Keep away from Garden view rooms bordering road
  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank emw56
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Reviewed 29 June 2011

We just got back from a family trip to Fiji with our three children. We stayed 5 nights at the Fijian and 3 at the Radisson. The Radisson is a beautiful new hotel with big apartment style rooms. We stayed in two one bedroom rooms with a seperate living room. These were great although we should have done one of the interconnecting rooms (not idea why we were not booked that). The only downside of the rooms was their distance from the pool and that in the living room there was just a fold out couch bed. Would be much better to have two single beds that make up for the kids so mum and dad can sleep in the master bedroom.

Whilst out kids loved the pool at the hotel (the hydro slide is awesome) we were really disappointed in the kids club. Our kids did kids club every day at the Fijian and loved it! At the Radisson it was like a horrible daycare and only had little kids in it. It was also really expensive. $30/per child registration fee and then a $ for each year of their age per session. This is nothing when you just have one 3 year old, but as I have 8, 5 and 3 and there are 2-3 sessions a day so it adds up. In the end my kids refused to go which was a shame as we enjoyed our kid free time at the Fijian.

The pool is definetely the highlight of the resort. However a word of warning for people with smaller kids or weak swimmers. The pool has a sort of river set up and it's very easy for the kids to wander off where you can't see them. Also if you get a slide addict then you have to stand at the bottom to catch them for hours.

The food at the Radisson was great (for Fiji) and we found most places at Denerau had good eating.

Room Tip: Try and get a room near the pool
  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with family
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3  Thank taxistarfish
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Reviewed 27 June 2011

this hotel is the epiphany of relaxation, thoroughly enjoed the pool side cocktail service at the private adults only pool to the massage of all massages in there semi out door spa!!!!!
The food is excellent we dined in all the restaurant and had a great variety of choice.
Very romantic al there is not much else to do;-)

Room Tip: go for a second floor of upper!
  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank pjfoley
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Reviewed 27 June 2011

Overall our stay at the Radisson could be summed up as "not too bad" - we were desperate for a relaxing break and despite some problems with the room we did get that! However, I would not call this resort five star - here's why:

Room key repeatedly failed, meaning we would repeatedly have to traipse down to the desk to get the problem sorted. Staff did try to be helpful but seemed baffled by the problem and in the end it took about three days (out of a seven-day holiday) to get it sorted. We would have appreciated an upgrade by the end of the second day (mind you, we didn't ask for this; perhaps we should have, but then it would have been good if the management had offered this). At one point staff told us that this had never happened before, however, towards the end of our stay it became obvious our next-door neighbours were having the same problem with their door key.

Virtually no useful information in room, with nothing helpful in the information folder except a room service menu. This was yellowed, dog-eared and written on - obviously staff do not check these folders after each guest leaves. We asked for an updated folder, but the one that was delivered was no better than the one left in the room. We had to go down to the reception to ask for a map of the resort, a map of Nadi, and information on local trips and buses. For information on the local restaurants and cafes, including those within the resort, we had to go to the restaurants themselves.

Happy hour drinks - two for the price of one. Great - however, they have to be EXACTLY THE SAME DRINK! This meant my husband and I had to order identical cocktails when I would have preferred something with cream, which he is allergic to! It also means that we couldn't try more of a variety of cocktails, which doesn't seem like good business practice! It would make more sense if the two drinks could differ, but were charged at the price of the more expensive drink.

Prices for food and drinks, overall, were ludicrously high. A small icecream cost the equivalent of $10.00 New Zealand!

Air conditioning temperature could not be turned down. It was very chilly during the night, so we turned it off overnight, and as a result at times we were steaming by the morning!

Light dimmer didn't work, neither did basin plug. Television remote control only worked intermittently. Fan only worked on one setting unless you were really really lucky and held your mouth right and stood on one leg whilst turning the switch.

Not enough shade was provided for the shoreline seating - many more sun umbrellas needed!

On the plus side, the pizzas from the Nautilus cafe were excellent, the buffet at the Brazilian restaurant also excellent and we ate far, far too much! Prices for both of these meals were fine. Staff were always pleasant and did try to be helpful. Pools were lovely and there were plenty of sun loungers. The bed was soooo comfortable and the rooms nicely appointed and very clean and quiet.

Overall I'd have to say that the Radisson really shouldn't be classed as a five-star hotel, but it is pleasant enough. Take crackers and peanut butter with you when you fly over, go into Nadi and stock up on heaps of fantastic cheap fruit at the market, so that you have lots of snacks and don't have to pay outrageous food prices; supplement with pizza or fish and chips from the nautilus, and treat yourself to at least one buffet meal at the Brazilian restaurant

  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank Ronillian
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Reviewed 26 June 2011

This was our pre-wedding honeymoon as we won’t get any time off work after our wedding in April. So we chose Fiji as our escape and wanted this to be a relaxing holiday. We were in 2 minds about staying on an island/mainland (Nadi) because we didn’t want to get stuck on an island in case it was boring and we also didn’t want to miss out on the experience of staying on an island. So me and my fiancée split up our holiday in 2: 1st 4 nights on Port Denerau and next 3 nights on Malolo island. We chose Radisson for our stay in Port Denarau.

I was not looking forward to Radisson as I had read it was a family resort and I was more inclined towards the islands. But hey, I have to admit Radisson turned out to be the best decision we made for our Fiji trip. It is certainly a best-in-class resort and has amazing infrastructure. There are 3-4 lagoon pools, an underwater stools bar and adults-only pool as well. There are 4 restaurants to choose from and they are all different from each other.
On the evening of our arrival day, we chose to eat “Tandoori pizza” at Neptunes. It became our favourite joint to eat because of the amazing view of the beach and the friendly staff. There is a guy who sings with and plays guitar in evenings there…..it was so soothing to listen to familiar English songs in an unfamiliar fijiian accent J everyday while watching the beautiful sunsets in Fiji
We wanted to kayak on our 1stst day and double kayaks were all taken. But the guy in charge was so helpful he got us one from Sheraton resort next door.
We never ate the buffet breakfast/dinner because I am vegetarian and most of it is meat. But the choices looked really good. We had eggs on toast and fruit salad at the BLU Restaurant and Bar the next morning and it was nice. This is the most popular and only restaurant that is open 24 hours which was great on one particular night when I got hungry at midnight. They serve cocktails to you while you relax outside the pool on your benches……and amazing cocktails they are!!! And the pool bar’s under water stools are a perfect place to sip away those cocktails and soak up the sun

  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank goelshipra1
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