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10 top resorts in Fiji

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Friday, November 09, 2012

FINDING the right resorts or hotels in Fiji can be a difficult task. Here, as www.creativeholidays.com wrote, is a list of the ten best resorts in Fiji as voted by visitors and tourists.

Sheraton Fiji Resort. As one of the most quality resorts in Fiji, the Sheraton offers newly-refurbished rooms, dining and sports facilities, and even high-speed internet.

Radisson Blu Resort Fiji. Located on the beachfront with amenities such as a pool, spa, restaurant, and golf and racquet club.

The Pearl South Pacific Resort. On the beachfront, this resort overlooks the beautiful Beqa Lagoon.

Fiji Beach Resort & Spa. Managed by the Hilton, this resort has three restaurants and a children's club.

Sofitel Fiji Resort & Spa. Located in Nadi, Sofitel has a full-service spa and private beach.

Novotel Nadi. Perfect for business or leisure, this Fijian hotel is close to the airport and only ten km from downtown Nadi.

Outrigger on the Lagoon. Deluxe resort in the heart of the Coral Coast and set on a white sand beach among 40 acres of tall palms and lush tropical landscaped gardens.

Shangri-La's Fijian Resort & Spa. Located on Yanuca Island, Shangri-La is perfect for spectacular views of the ocean.

Lomani Island Resort. This boutique resort on the Malolo Lailai Island is perfect for a private getaway.

Mango Bay Resort. Located in Viti Levu, Mango is a low-cost resort but is high in fun and amenities.





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