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InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

5.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We stayed at the Club Lounge for 7 nights and had a truly unforgettable amazing experience staff were amazing made our stay a special memorable experience. Top location and the perfect place to unwind and relax and forget the world and live in Fiji time. The staff in the club, especially Manoa, Kuva, Apo and Roni and all the staff there are a credit to this place and deserve to be mentioned, they always went above and beyond to make make sure that every little detail was special. The club manager Hiram thankyou for your diligence and professionalism and leading by example. Our porter Lepani you are a legend and epitomise the beauty of Fijian people. If on holiday here go to the villages and get to see the beautiful people of Fiji as well, it is a truly humbling experience. Our 25th wedding anniversary was a special memory now and will never be forgotten. Thankyou to our Fijian family we will be back. Vinaka vaka levu!!!! Love and miss you all already Robbie and Christine

I was actually looking forward to spending 2 nights here, after landing at 5 am and before we departed to an outer island hotel, after reading all the great reviews. Let me preface this by stating that we don't like large hotels. First and foremost - do not let the hotel arrange for your transport from the airport as we were charged FJ $320 each way- through Rosie Holiday Tour - and the taxi service would have only been 80. We had a private car but it was basically a taxi. We were able to check into our room around 9:30 so we had some time to walk around the hotel grounds and have breakfast in the club area. We met Ole in the club breakfast area and he was the best part of our experience. He was incredibly friendly and helpful with information. For the price of our suite, $1000.00, I was not impressed with the room as it was very dated and we did not have hot water for our shower. We spent some time in the pool, had lunch at Toba and used the spa on our first day. For lunch we had a sushi bowl and the Thai beef salad with coriander - which apparently is romaine lettuce at the ICH- and both items were quite disappointing and rather expensive. Our massages were amazing but the spa felt like it sees a lot of guests. We didn't feel like walking all the way back to our room so we requested a cart to pick us up. After waiting 25 minutes and still no cart in sight, we walked. Being tired from our flight we tried to nap in the afternoon but that failed to happen as the guests in the room above us were moving around furniture and the child in the room next to us was crying and banging on the wall. When we decided to go down to the club for canapes we alerted them to the fact that we did not have any hot water in our shower and was told someone would go to our room right away to solve the issue. We only dined for about 2 hours and then returned to our room as we were tired from the traveling. There was still no hot water and the last thing we wanted to do was to wait for a maintenance person to come up so showered in cold water and went to bed. We decided to check out a day early as we woke up to cold water again and we were just unhappy with the quality of the room, food and the service. If I had spent only $400 a night on for the suite then we would have not been so surprised as to the lack luster room, no hot water, no privacy and the loudness. When we checked out early we were informed that as we prepaid the hotel for our room, as we are part of the ICH rewards club, they could not refund our money for the night that we would not be there. How rewarding??? For anyone who wants the true Fiji experience, staying on the main island is a big mistake and you are missing out on what Fiji really is. I believe this would be a great hotel for those traveling with children. On my next visit to Fiji, I will happily stay in the airport at 5am and wait until the afternoon to fly out to whichever amazing hotel I will be staying at. From ICH we went to Turtle Island and could not have been more pleased.

this resort is in the middle of no where , allthough the resort is nice it is in need of updating , the gym is very small too small for the size of the resort . staff are courties and helpfull allthough quite slow . room service was nice food is quite good the alcahol and just normall drinks are very high priced 4 g and t were 96 dollars 2 cole zeros was 16 dollatrs ice cream is 9 dollars for a very small scoop . spa treatments are inflated and there is no price list in your room or there was not in our room . the beds are not very comfy . breakfast is limited. they are trying to cater for every nationality . the cups on the table for breakfast was dirty every morning that we went to breakfast and even the napkins were dirty today . this is a nice place but just need a . little tender loving care and hygiene to be improved

We stayed for 3 nights at this beautiful resort and we truly enjoyed our stay. The staff always had a smile and ‘Bula’ for us, great food and fascinating beach just in front of our Bure. Thank you, Vinaka!

I love this place. I have been here twice and the staff are so friend and helpful. Staff took care of me and my partner. She was feelinv unwell and they walk with me back to my room to bring her breakfast every morning. The food here is good for a resort and the pool and views a great. I love evru minute i stayed here and dream of the day i will be back

We totally rested and relaxed. Swam in the warm water straight out from our room, slept, ate and used the spa. There's lots to do if you want to, the golf course looks great. A fabulous part of the world. A beautiful beach and a setting. Most of all this is a wonderful place to get right away.

Have just returned from 7 nights at the Intercon Fiji and what a wonderful place to visit for a family holiday. Our girls (7 and 5) had a truly perfect week of relaxing at the pool, swimming in the stunning Natadola bay and exploring the local area with Intercon trips to Sigatoka, a local primary school and Sunday church. Being our first visit to Fiji my wife and I loved everything about the Intercon including family focused activities (kids club, hermit crab racing etc), variety of food options, beautiful resort location and most of all the staff. Have to mention a few specifically as the staff made this place something really special - Seini at the Sanasana breakfast buffet who learned our girls names day 1 and looked after us all week, Freddy who took us on a couple of organized tours and was a lovely and professional local guide at both the market and church, Sikeli down at the family pool who kept our girls entertained with hermit crab races and telling my youngest his girlfriend was Moana, Stanley who braided both our girls hair by the pool and chatted to them and us for the 3 - 4 hours it took to finish, and Miri (and her team at Planet Trekkers kids club) who ran a professional and enjoyable kids program on top of giving us a few tips on how to get the most out of our stay at the resort. In all honesty all of the staff were great, and I couldn’t fault any of them from the moment we arrived to our departure a week later. Equally the resort itself is well designed and we found our room (a garden bure) well appointed and the resort facilities to be excellent. This is a special place and a resort that our family would like to visit again. There is a reason people visit this place annually!

We have just come back from our honeymoon at the Fiji Intercontinental Golf Resort and feel like we got everything from the holiday that we hoped for. We stayed for 7 nights and felt it was just the right amount of time. Even though we were in a third world country the resort was definitely not third world! The most amazing thing about the resort is the location. The resort is set beside the ocean with a coral reef and glorious beaches outside your window. The staff are all Fijian Locals from the nearby villages and they are very happy, helpful and welcoming with many of them spending the time to stop and chat with you and tell you about their culture and custom. The resort has many activities during the day including several cultural experiences if you like to do things other than lie by the pool all day and get waited on hand and foot. We did a tour to the local wildlife park with the hotel and found it a pleasant morning out and about. There is also a tour desk at the resort where you can book other tours and activities. The Fijians seem to love the children and while we don’t have any we noticed that their kids club seemed to be well organised with lots of activities to keep the kids entertained. The food was spectacular with four places to eat in the resort. On our last night we attended the beach bbq and was seated right on the beach front as the sun went down. It was a beautiful way to end the holiday. The only thing I must comment on is the price of everything in the Resort. It was quite an expensive holiday for us but we did expect it. Not having been to any other resorts we couldn’t compare their pricing but it is not the place to stay if you are on a tight budget. I would definitely recommend the Fiji Intercontinental for those who wish to have the five star experience.

Situated on a beautiful stretch of coastline, the resort sits on an impressive 35 acres of tropical gardens with pristine white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Positives * First and foremost the service. The staff are exceptionally warm and friendly. Nothing is too much trouble. * adults only pool with direct beach views and access * excellent kids club program with one on one care available * granted us late check out at no expense as we had a later flight * Beautiful beach * no mosquitos * very family friendly. Perfect place to visit with a baby or infant Negatives * Room type wasn’t very impressive and lacked in character and charm * limited fresh options at breakfast e.g. no freshly made bread, muffins, croissants etc. * Very overpriced Fiji water at the resort * locals next door frequently approaching guests to sell services e.g. massage, drinks, horse riding, jewellery etc.

This trip was our second holiday with our little girl... We booked a club suite room with views of the ocean, what an amazing outlook. The room itself was perfect and better then expected for the cost. We arrived and our room was equipped with a travel cot and welcome beverages. The staff at both the main hotel and the club were awesome it felt like going home, like visiting family you actually like. Beach area is breath taking and surf able on a Long board the snorkelling is world class. Can't wait to go back Ben

Maro Road, Natadola Bay Natadola

Hotel highlights

  • Free valet and self parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa
  • Golf course

InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa places you within a 10-minute walk of Natadola Beach. This 266-room, 5-star resort has 3 outdoor pools along with a golf course and a full-service spa. Sigatoka Sand Dunes is 18.4 mi (29.6 km) from the resort, which is on the waterfront.


Dining

There are multiple options for onsite dining with 5 restaurants, including Navo Restaurant, which has ocean views. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the resort and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. Start each morning with breakfast, served for a fee from 5:30 AM to 10:30 AM.


Rooms

All 266 soundproofed rooms feature furnished balconies or patios, iPod docks, and refrigerators. Guests can expect WiFi, wired Internet, and 32-inch flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and DVD players. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Minibars, coffee makers, and free bottled water are other standard amenities.


Property features

InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa features a golf course, a full-service spa, and 3 outdoor pools. Free valet and self parking are available—or if you're not driving, take the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for FJD 63 per person one way. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach resort include a children's pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and a spa tub.

Room options

Room, 1 King Bed, View, Beachfront

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Room, 1 King Bed, Garden View

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Club Suite, 1 King Bed (King)

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Executive Suite (Plunge)

Full 1 | King 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

88% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 2702 reviews