Very friendly and accommodating stuff. Nice and clean
The resort is gorgeous and the staff is friendly, helpful, and remembers your name and preferences. The food options were really good and not overly expensive. The activities offered were also well planned and executed.
Wish the beach area was more appealing and useable.
Everything was smooth and nicer around. Well maintained surroundings ran down but atill very much ok to stay in for 7 nights. Breakfast is so so, internet is horrible-very horrible. Overall I'm happy with this stay.
Great staff. Excellent service..awesome location. Quiet and safe!
Location and friendly staff were huge bonuses to our vacation. Mahalo nui loa.
The property was very nice but had no beach. I was really looking forward to a nice beach and beautiful clear water. Very close and easy walk to the port. The staff were very helpful and friendly but had to ask to have my room cleaned a few times.
Radisson Denarau has a small beach, which is under water in the afternoon, so this is mostly for a pool only holiday. Also, the ocean is muddy and not clean, not proper for a bath. So if you like to lay on the beach, this is not the place for you. There are so many kids and I loved the fact that ...
Family orientated with an Adult section. Staff on Fiji time, very slow to get served anywhere. Overall fantastic stay.
A series of ancient volcanic islands, more than 1,100 miles north of New Zealand, the Republic of Fiji is a tropical paradise that offers more than just sun, sand, and surf. Hotels in Fiji offer a wide variety of accommodation options to fit any budget, from luxurious resorts to cheaper hostels and hotels.
Any Fiji hotel will place you within close proximity to restaurants offering up the island's own unique cuisine, which is predominantly a mixture of Chinese, European, and Indian influences all blended together in a spectacularly tasty fashion. There are also many restaurants offering up these influences on their own, so you can eat curry one night, then hamburgers or a French meal the next.
The grand nature in Fiji will impress all travelers, especially the Lavena Coastal Walk and Bouma National Heritage Park.
While boasting many beautiful beaches that offer opportunities for peace and relaxation, Fiji also draws many more adventurous tourists looking to snorkel or dive around the island nation's excellent coral reefs. Hiking in the interior of the islands is also not to be missed.
While the resort hotels in Fiji offer many opportunities for shopping, the best places have to be in the capital of Suva, home to more than 3/4 of the nation's 850,000 residents.
Fijians are known for their love of sports, and they continually excel in both Rugby League and Rugby Union, despite the country's small population.