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Nadi Bay Hotel
Friday, November 09, 2012

IF there's ever a better place to dine in style, choose the best, choose Nadi Bay Resort Hotel. The hotel is the largest budget hotel in Nadi, the best gateway for Island day trips and tours.

Nadi Bay Resort Hotel is near the airport and close to the beautiful Wailoaloa beach. They have excellent dining options which include two restaurants; two beach bars, a poolside bar and a bar/lounge which are open for drinks.

Room service is also available for all their guests. The hotel proudly confirms that their Hotel Cook Book "Under The Mango Tree" is still the only Fijian cook book ever to be short listed for the World's Best Cook Book (2007 Beijing). Jonathan, their chef, is still creating new dishes. Their menus are frequently changed and provide many dishes with local ingredients.

This allows us to keep prices low and a very satisfying three course meal can cost less than $40. For budget guests our special menu offers pastas, pizzas, ham-burgers and fish & chips. Recent improvements to our restaurants provide an attractive environment for diners with cold towels issued and flowers for all women.

Our long serving local staff are well known for their "bula" smile and personalised service. Our wine list is expansive and priced to suit local diners with prices 50 per cent lower than Nadi's major Hotels.

Nadi Bay Resort Hotel specialises in groups and welcome enquiries for functions of any

kind. We are always keen to negotiate costing and work within the client's budget. Lovo, buffet, or a la carte meals available.

If you have a large group we will provide you your own poolside restaurant with live band and entertainment.





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