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Sheraton Fiji Resort
Friday, November 30, 2012

At Sheraton Fiji Resort, out of town doesn't mean out of touch. The Link@Sheraton experienced with Microsoft is an inviting place that allows you to stay connected while travelling. Providing complimentary internet access it is a comfortable place in the heart of the Resort lobby, to catch up on emails, enjoy a board game, watch TV or just relax with a good book.

RECREATION: With a fantastic array of recreational facilities, guests are invited to make new memories filled with fun and excitement. Splash out in the resorts' impressive swimming pool with a dedicated family friendly section and main pool or relax and soak up the sun by the adults' only "quiet zone" pool with spectacular over water hammocks. Experience an action packed activities schedule for both kids and adults including beach volleyball, aqua aerobics, beach games and Fijian storytelling. Or get wet with a fantastic array of water sports from Adrenalin Fiji with activities such as water skiing, high speed jet boats, jet skis, parasailing, hobbie cats, kayaking and much more.

* Dining & entertainment—Like a shared secret, a meal creates the feeling of being included in something special. Guests are invited to experience a selection of restaurants and bars at the Sheraton Fiji Resort.

* Feast Restaurant —with an exciting show kitchen built around the restaurant's centre piece wood fired pizza oven. Feast offers a tapestry of bright décor and culinary delights from around the world inspired with Mediterranean influences and specialty theme buffets.

* Flyinh Fish brings with it inspirational flavours from across the world, uniquely blended with a wide array of fresh seafood, for which the Fiji Islands are famous

* Ports O' Call has a long association with the resort having been operating since the resorts launch 21 years ago. An old time favourite with regular visitors, the restaurant offers guests a premium international menu with specialty dishes and its famous table side silver service unlike anywhere else in Fiji.

* Pantry is ideal for a coffee on the run, freshly baked treat, or light snack, sandwich or wrap prepared to your linking in this casual 'Grab & Go' style offering.

CHIME, the bar is the perfect social spot for a tropical cocktail, offering a charismatic lounge-style setting with the latest music, a spacious dance floor, and live entertainment.

* Kids stay, play & dine free — There's always a place for kids. Their amazing program offers children under 12 years of age free accommodation, when travelling and staying with a paying adult. Kids are also invited to join the Sheraton Fiji Lai Lai Kids Club team for action packed days of games and exciting activities.

* Meeting & banquet facilities —Sheraton Fiji Resort will make your important event the most successful and memorable it can be. The resorts' team of professional event coordinators can provide all aspects of creative assistance, whether you would like to choose from an extensive range of themed events or create your own.


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