The Warwick Fiji5.0 out of 5.0
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We live part time on a small island in Fiji and the Warwick is our go to when we need a little taste of "western" amenities. We have stayed here twice now, and the most recent stay was due to an awful experience at a nearby resort. The Warwick was able to get us in last minute which salvaged our get away. The restaurants are all amazing, including the buffet. The snorkeling is fantastic,you literally see fish just steps into the water. Rooms are comfortable, updated and tastefully designed. The staff is attentive and friendly and very helpful. Our five year old absolutely loves the kids club, she would rather go there than hang out with mom and dad. They also do the kids club right, correct procedures and security. After a bad experience at another kids club my husband and I tagged along in the background with the kids club (staff had no problem with us doing this) and I can say I feel fully confident that my child is safe with them. The gift shops are large and priced affordably. The spa is fantastic and the ladies attending the spa were an absolute joy to talk too, as were the housekeeping and restaurant staff. The grounds and buildings are beautifully maintained and the resort is nicely set out. We did not do the all inclusive, and our meals were very reasonably priced at each of the restaurants. I can honestly say I do not have a single complaint about the Warwick. The management is to be highly commended, this is how a large resort should be run. Thank you Warwick, we will be back soon!
We had booked the naviti but due to renovations we were transferred to the Warwick which we were happy with at the time as we hadn’t been to the Warwick and it is meant to be a 5 star resort. We weren’t very impressed with the quality of resort and service once we arrived. The staff were friendly but it wasn’t personalised like other resorts in fiji. Our room was very noisey. We could hear conversations very easily from the next room. The food was a bit pricey and options were not that good. Teppanyaki place was delicious though and very well priced. We had an overnight flight so was very thankful they got us into our room early. The pool is quite small and was very crowded most times. Good choice of water activities so we didn’t have to spend much time in the pool. Kids club is good and great that they offer it from 3 years old. We went for a day trip to the naviti and were welcomed by all the staff and treated differently to the Warwick. A resort credit would have been appreciated as we booked the naviti and most things were more expensive at the Warwick. Will definitely be booking The Naviti over the Warwick next time.
Wonderful welcoming, and genuinely caring staff. On holiday with my daughter, and two grandies 13 and 11. No need to leave the resort they were kept so busy, swimming, snorkeling and more. Our rooms were perfect with beautiful pool and sea views. And so well kept by the lovely house staff. Complimentary breakfast a choice for all. Dinner again, so much choice, and room service options. The spa massages so relaxing. Yes, I would be back in a trice, to sit on that beautiful beach.
What a great stay we had here. The breakfast that was included was amazing . So many choices. Our room had a ocean / pool view. It was nice having the balcony . The staff was so friendly. Of course the check in /out process took forever ( island time ) . The grounds were beautiful. The activities were also a great surprise. We rented a car and it was no problem to drive there. I just wouldn’t do it in the dark.
Warwick resort was great itself. The STAFF WERE ALL AMAZING. All the facilities available were good (public bathrooms/pools/restaurants) and would stay there again considering what we paid for. Breakfast buffet was great (ONLY BREAKFAST) The Japanese and Italian restaurants were really good too. Rooms were tidy and cleaned well. The organised activities were great. Downfalls (easier to list) -We had arrived on the 530am flight from Brisbane I had been assured several times prior that there would be room available when we finally reached the resort. 730am we reached Warwrick. NO IT DID NOT HAPPEN WE WAITED TILL 230PM FOR OUR ROOM TO BE READY. We were exhausted and very tearful by that time. -Food at the buffet was terrible for lunch and dinner. (did it 3x of each so we got the gist of it) -Our room smelled something terrible. We ended up buying candles and keep the bathroom door constantly closed due to the smell. -Our bathroom taps were leaking we most days had to place a towel under both taps so they wouldn't soak our toiletries on the vanity. -They could all do with a lesson in cocktail making, none of them were tasty enough to drink. -Could improve on their wifi (only 1 device per room/day) -Considering the amount of money we paid and I am sure others did too they could do with updating their kayaks and stand up paddle boards. Also get more snorkel gear. -TV didn't end up working for one of our rooms (we had to call 4x including an in person visit to reception) to get it fixed across the day. Finally fixed at 7pm. -PAY THE STAFF MORE THAN JUST $3.50/HR
Have been to Warwick many times before. Went back for a break last weekend again. We are a family of 2 adults and 2 teenage children so booked 2 rooms. Check In and entire stay was hassle free. We enjoy the Nadi Wing - Ocean View rooms and always book these. Savaira was great in handling our booking. Mr. Desappa Mudaliar, the Front Office Manager was excellent. Although he did not have to greet us upon check in, he made a point of welcoming us back and making us feel at home and he ensured we got the Nadi Wing Ocean View Rooms as per our request. There was a small issue with linen and the Housekeeping handled it quickly and satisfactorily. Happy Hour is from 3pm to 5.00pm and local beer prices are reduced by about 35% (from F$12 to F$8). The Local RTDs are on reduced price at Happy Hour as well.Cocktail prices are not reduced and are about F$25. The whole team at Warwick was great. The service provided by Warwick made me decide to take my staff to Warwick for a retreat in December. So we will be back there with in December with my staff.
Had a family holiday here with 3 adults and 2 young kids. I would like to write a more glowing review but I just can’t! ROOMS Basic and comfortable Very clean Wonderfull room attendants Balcony furniture was broken and old Most resorts provide water-no water here I was not given the room promised Air conditioner on one temperature only No hotel information booklets in the room THE RESORT The resort itself is a beautiful setting and the staff are very friendly and can’t do enough for you However: I found the resort to be expensive for what it was and certainly not worth the rating it has. Whilst the Spa area is luxurious and peaceful, I was disappointed when I went for a foot massage and was given lower legs only (was waiting for her to move to the feet, but it never happened! And I don’t have yukky feet so there was no reason why this should be) Full body massage was lovely FOOD Food was only available during certain hours and there was not even any snack type food available at the bar(only drinks) I need to eat something whilst having a wine or cocktail. There was an area where you could buy ice cream (only at certain hours) but I wasn’t prepared to pay $8 for a packet of crisps. the food was mostly spicy, even the kids food, and as we don’t like spicy food, our choices were limited. I think perhaps a tropical fruit buffet should be available all day as there was nowhere to get a snack in between meal times. We discovered on the second last night that it was cheaper to eat in the beautiful Wicked Walu Restaurant than in the actual resort. The japanese restaurant was also excellent.. I would have eaten in these two places every night had I known. The food and atmosphere there is exceptional. KIDS CLUB We had heard that the Fijians love kids and their kids clubs are fantastic but the Warwick one is really lacking. It is so far away from everything and is soul-less. Advertised activities did not happen and the kids just watched movies, all the while being ‘looked after’ by uninterested staff who just couldn’t be bothered playing with the kids. The area needs to be painted brightly and there should be more activities for the kids to do. It felt really boring. THE POOL NO LIFEGUARD! The pool is great and the kids spent the whole time in there. There is also an adults only pool in another area and this was very peaceful and relaxing-no swim up bar though. That is in the family pool. CONCLUSION The Warwick is isolated and I would have liked to be able to go out sometimes. There are excursions you can do but with a family of 5 it was too expensive! Overall, I was disappointed and found the resort to be not what was advertised. If you are the type to just lay by the pool and do nothing all day then it is perfect but I am not that person. I think it may have been wonderful in times gone by but it is dated and tired. Bali is calling me instead. I won’t be back
Loved our stay at the Warwick Fiji. so relaxing and quiet. separate family and adults only pools and eating areas, which was great as there were a number of young families staying at the time we were there.
My husband and two kids (aged 4, and 11 months) enjoyed a holiday here in the second week of October 2017. Aside from a small hiccup with check-in on the first night (we were upgraded to the honeymoon suite - absolutely beautiful but not really designed for a cot and a rollaway to be set up in), this was promptly rectified the following day and we were placed in a Deluxe Suite which was very suitable (with a separate lounge/dining area with a sliding door to block off the bedroom). The rooms were clean, spacious and comfortable. Facilities (pool, dining, lobby) were immaculate and welcoming. Free activities (use of non-motorised water sports) were always accessible on high tide (no issues booking). Kids club is energetic and enticing with lots on offer. The lady who runs it is amazing! Nightly entertainment (Meke show / Polynesian Dance / Fire twirling) is excellent and set in the beautiful surrounds of a Fijian Village. Restaurants serve delicious food (pizza, teppanyaki and bula brassierie are all fabulous options). There are also little village shops that line the outskirts of the resorts. They sell little trinkets/souvenirs, offer hair braiding and massages, and sell snacks and drinks too - perfect if you want to interact with the local villagers, support their economy, and get a taste of Fijian culture. Resort staff are so happy, professional and enthusiastic. They loved giving our kids lots of attention - cuddles, kisses, high-fives. A big shout out to our friend who works in the ice cream shop, Latte our cleaner, and - most importantly - Salanieta and the staff at the Bula Brass Restaurant. You made our stay so homely and friendly. Our daughter looked forward to seeing you at every meal time. We cannot thank you enough for your hospitality, exceptional service and positive outlook. We would highly recommend the Warwick as a fabulous holiday destination and we look forward to returning there one day to our little slice of paradise. Bula Vinaka!
The Warwick's got the right idea. Super friendly, happy staff who make you feel relaxed and at home. Great selection of food no matter where you eat. Fiji's #1 Seafood restaurant - Wicked WALU. You MUST eat here. It's an outstanding experience. Beautifully maintained accommodation. Great size and choice of rooms. Adult only facilities if you didn't come with the kids. The view is to die for and sitting on the terrace at the Sunset Bar, you almost feel like you're in heaven. Can't get enough of this hotel.
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81% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 2727 reviews