RESORT workers at the InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa worked round-the-clock to ensure the safety and service needs of the resort's guests were met.
Resort general manager Scott Williams lauded the effort of his staff in making guests feel safe and secure during the time that Tropical Cyclone Evan wreaked havoc through the Western Division on Monday.
"We sustained minor damage and have already commenced clean-up operations throughout the resort. Employees and guests are in good spirits and as of yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon, we have returned to operations as normal," he said.
InterContinental Fiji guests were kept informed of the cyclone's progress and were reassured of their safety.
"Despite extraordinary challenges thrown at them, the past few days are testament to the tireless commitment of our team as they maintained a 24-hour resort operation," Mr Williams said.
InterContinental Fiji is part of the world renowned Intercontinental Hotel Group which offers about 4500 hotels in 100 countries across the world.