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Fund commends resort

Ropate Valemei
Saturday, December 15, 2012

THE Fiji National Provident Fund has commended the achievement of one of its local and internationally-recognised hotels this year.

In the fund's 2012 annual report, award-winning InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa was named a Pacific hot spot in the Trip Advisor in February this year, ranked ninth in the South Pacific as the best hotel for relaxation and spa and placed 12th as the best hotel for luxury.

The FNPF report said the resort was also named one of the best 100 hotels and resorts in the world in the Spice Magazine Hot 100 and was listed in the Luxury Travel Gold List 2012 as the third ranked best overseas family resort, and fourth best overseas gold resort.

In September, the resort won the best Fijian Property Award 2012 and Service to the Community Award 2012. It was selected as the best international hotel and resort at the New Zealand Travel Industry Awards 2012. The report said the resort was nominated three times at the World Travel Awards three months ago.





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