The Warwick Fiji5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We’ve just completed a week in Fiji’s Coral Coast, split 3 days at the Warwick and 4 days at the Outrigger. The Warwick was our favourite of the two. The main reason for this was the amazingly friendly staff. Yes, in Fiji you expect the ubiquitous “bula” every time you turn a corner, but here it was just so joyful and warm. Elsewhere it was more mechanical, as if staff were going through the motions. The Warwick is a big hotel. Our room was just a standard room and was not as flash as the Outrigger bure. The room was well worn, with significant chips off tiles in the bathroom and it was generally run down. However, it wasn’t billed as a five star resort, so it met expectations (unlike the Outrigger). Our meals were generally good quality, and breakfast was included in the room rate ($45 per adult at the Outrigger). Service was very slow though, so be patient! The beach was usable as a beach, where you could paddle around and swim out to the pontoons. Further, you could swim any time of day, unlike the Outrigger, where swimming and snorkeling are effectively limited to high tide. The pool was great, I thought better than the Outrigger because of the swim up bar. This created a fun, vibrant place which added atmosphere. Be careful of slippery tiles though. All in all, it was a well priced, good value location. It could be oh so much more with a good dose of cash to smarten up the rooms! Oh, and did I mention the staff? They played (and put up with) our children, letting them help be porters, or maids, or having rolling gun battles in the corridor. They appeared genuinely warm and caring. The key question: would I stay again? I honestly don’t know, I think maybe we’d go to an island, rather than the Coral Coast. I would, however, definitely choose the Warwick over the Outrigger.
We stayed here for 5 nights it’s a great resort. But after a day our first room the aircon stopped working and the bathroom floor and under the sink was was always wet. They changed us to a different room immediately which was very good. The staff were very welcoming and friendly. I also think it could do with a face lift the rooms are looking tired. But I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone it’s a great resort
We came here for our son's wedding - wow, the resort really knows how to do these well. We became used to Fiji time, it was such a relaxing and rejuvenating holiday. Fiji time is "do it in your own time". You can do lots or nothing much. There is a kids / family pool with a swim up bar, along with an adults pool where they serve you drinks. Both were good. The lagoon makes for good kayaking / canoeing except when the wind comes up and creates a strong current. The rooms were lovely. The resort as a whole was wonderful - what a great place to stay. Just be warned the travel time from Nadi airport to the resort is just under 2 hours but worth the drive. Suva is about 1 1/2 hours drive.
We came to the Warwick for a wedding and had a garden view room. A family of 4 can fit albeit a little squashed. The room had easy access to the kids pool & dinning area. The staff were super friendly and fantastic with my two boys. One of my boys volunteered to help clean a room & even if he was in the way the ladies still insisted he was no trouble. All the staff were great with the kids & with adults. Pool aqua aerobics followed by water volley ball were great fun. We didn't use the kids club but did utilise the games area. A fabulous vibe to the place. I would highly recommend it. Thanks also to Sam the taxi man. He was very helpful in showing us around making sure our kids got to see a school in operation.
We are at the Warwick for 10 days and so far Wicked Walu has been the best restaurant. The service, meal, ambience, comfort was amazing. You need to be there to realise what a special restaurant it is. Without notice I mentioned it was my husbands significant birthday. He was surprised with a birthday song sung by all the staff even the chefs! And a Devine cake. We will be back there again before we leave the Warwick. Thanks to all at the Wicked Walu.
We will start by acknowledging that we booked this as a cheap and cheerful and have come home very relaxed having had a great time. However, there is much to say! Positives include the incredibly beautiful location, the grounds (oh, to have a garden like that!), the Wicked Walu restaurant and the activities crew. The location is gold and I agree with a former reviewer that this place could be dynamite because of its naturally beautiful setting. The gardens are spectacular and so peaceful. The activities crew were great. We enjoyed pool aerobics and the kids (aged 4 and 7) begged to go to kids club (which isn’t always the case). Further to this, the activities area with air hockey and pool tables and a cracking gym is a real bonus! One thing that let the activities team down was the lack of snorkeling equipment and the damage to the big kayak. That said, we did manage to enjoy both activities at least once during our stay. The Wicked Walu was a fabulous restaurant and we thoroughly recommend it and enjoyed our experience there. Areas for development are sadly numerous, but again, so easy to fix and would just make this place deserving of many more compliments. Our room was budget at best. It had suspect red stains on the floor, beds with mattresses that were so worn they sort of enveloped you and was overall a very tired and depressing place to be. Luckily, the beach and pool area and surrounding grounds are so beautiful that we weren’t forced to spend too much time in the room. By comparison to other similar resorts though, this aspect isn’t The Warwick’s finest feature. Towels were constantly in short supply and a couple of days we had to do some reminding to actually get some. The breakfast buffet is great, but the service leaves a lot to be desired. You wait to be seated and then when you are it’s pretty much fend for yourself to find cutlery (especially spoons!?) and napkins. Service at the coffee bar was poor and occasionally there was a staff member who wasn’t even sure how to actually make the coffee. The pool area for the kids was lovely but there were many areas where the tiles were cracked. Credit to the management as when told, they did send out separate work groups to fix two sections whilst we were there. The tricky thing is to try to be realistic about the areas for development whilst complimenting as much as possible the things that were great. I suppose if you were to summarise you would say that it was a well priced holiday for what we experienced in a beautiful location with truly attractive features but with incredibly tired accomodation and some poor service within the food and beverage sections.
We stayed at The Warwick Resort for 7 nights in early March 2017. Garden View Apartment. It was a long transfer from Nadi Airport (2.5hrs on private coach). Best to use smaller transfer vehicle. Our driver stopped at a small supermarket on the way for us to gather supplies. Our connecting family rooms were well appointed. Glad we booked the too rooms as couldn't see getting 2 adults and 3 children into one room comfortably for a week. The kids enjoyed the pools and kids Club is a must for both the kids and adults. Food was on par with my expectations....buffet breakfast was great, kids enjoyed the live egg station....fried, poached, scrambled, omelette. Dinner from the Lagoon Grill was great...wife enjoyed the Laksa and burgers great too. Try the different restaurants as well as buffet...as big VINAKA to Narsi the live station chef. All throughout or stay I could not fault any staff member from the Activities staff to the house keeping. We will be back. Vinaka vaka levu The Warwick Resort Fiji.
We stayed at the Warwick for 8 nights in late Jan/early Feb with a 9 month old baby. We couldn't have asked for more and would highly recommend it as somewhere for a young family to stay. The resort itself is beautiful with well maintained facilities; everything you need for a comfortable and relaxing stay. The food was great quality with plenty of different dining options. Most of all, all of the staff were incredibly friendly, helpful and responsive.
We stayed in the adult section of the hotel from 20-25 February - 6 of us in 3 ocean view rooms for 5 nights. I had some concerns reading the reviews about the age of the resort but we had no problems - it is an idyllic location and the rooms were quite big. We did not pay top dollar at this time of year and I wouldn’t want to be here when it was busy. The free activities, gym, games room, tennis courts were fantastic for our fitness loving adult kids and us. We flew with Virgin because of the better flight times given the 2 hour drive to the Coral Coast. The upside of this travel was that the snorkeling, swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking was at our doorstep. The water was beautiful with plenty of bright fish to see snorkelling. Staff were wonderful. Yes the room smelt a little damp to start with (as have all tropical resorts we’ve stayed in) and the sheets are a little worn. Who cares!! We didn’t pay top dollar at this time of year and the weather was tropical with a few afternoon storms (similar to home in Queensland). Breakfast is great, buffet is expensive - restaurants are better value (Japanese, Italian or Wicked Walu). Drinks are about the same price as Australian restaurants. Happy hours every afternoon help. We bought some beer and coke etc... at the supermarket on way to the resort and took advantage of our duty free purchases. The room fridge is big enough to hold some drinks and there is an ice machine handy and free. It was relatively quiet at this time of year so the staff could chat more and were so friendly. I would hate to go when it is busy - due to insufficient equipment. Take your own snorkelling gear and coral shoes if you are keen.
Bula! We came for our honeymoon and it really didn’t disappoint, amazing staff food and rooms. The pools are amazing and the beaches are just wonderful. Drink prices are a lot higher then expected but it all comes with the experience! Vinaka!!
- Free full breakfast
- Free valet and self parking
- Onsite dining
The Warwick Fiji places you within a 5-minute drive of Namatakula Beach and within a 10-minute drive of Kula Eco Park. This 247-room, 5-star resort has 2 outdoor pools along with a private beach and a full-service spa. Rivers Fiji is also within a 15-minute drive of this Korolevu resort.
Free full breakfast is included with your stay. There are multiple options for onsite dining with 5 restaurants, including Bula Brasserie, which has ocean views. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the 2 coffee shops/cafés.
The 247 recently renovated accommodations feature furnished balconies or patios and afford space to spread out with sitting areas. Guests can expect WiFi and 32-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers.
The Warwick Fiji features a private beach, a full-service spa, and 2 outdoor pools. Free valet and self parking are available—or if you're not driving, take the airport shuttle (available on request) for FJD 85.00 per person one way. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach resort include a nightclub, a children's pool, and a fitness center.
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81.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 2850 reviews