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Novotel Suva Lami Bay
Friday, November 09, 2012

Just 15 minutes drive from Suva, Novotel Suva Lami Bay is superbly located on the scenic waterfront of Lami Bay.

Relax in one of Fiji's renowned hotels, with 108 well appointed guest rooms boasting either stunning ocean or lush garden views, plus on—site restaurant and bar. Guests can relax in and around our ocean view swimming pool or experience traditional Fijian hospitality with the numerous local tours and attractions that are on offer. The hotel has one of the largest conference venues in Suva, with dedicated Convention & Exhibition Centre comprising three conference venues with additional secretariat rooms. The hotel also hosts an overview conference room and soon executive style boardrooms. Novotel Suva prides itself on it's passion for excellence, quality, attention to detail, service and endeavouring to go above and beyond their client's expectations. Visit Lami and Suva markets for a unique Fijian experience, or pick up local craftwork, jewellery and clothing at Suva's vast array of shops. Suva City sights include fine colonial buildings, sea wall walks, Government Buildings, bustling city markets, the Royal Suva Yacht Club, the Fiji Golf course, National sports stadium and gymnasium hosted events, hiking trip with the Rucksack Club. Nightlife includes cinemas, nightclubs, restaurants and bars.





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