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Triple winner aims for more

Repeka Nasiko
Thursday, February 21, 2013

TRIPLE winner at the AON Fiji Excellence in Tourism Awards, InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa, is looking at continuing its successful run at this year's awards ceremony.

The Sigatoka resort has been nominated in the Incentive Events, Tours and Transport, Restaurants and Dining, and Accommodation Luxury categories.

Intercontinental Fiji general manager Scott Williams said they were honoured to be once again recognised by the AON Fiji Excellence in Tourism Awards board.

"Having won these three awards last year, these areas have gone from strength to strength since the resort opened and it is an honour to have been selected for these prestigious awards once again," Mr Williams said.

"The guest experience is always at the forefront of everything our team undertakes and it is of great credit to be recognised by our industry peers."

InterContinental Fiji's submissions represented two of their signature elements, Meeting Incentives Conferences and Events (MICE) and their fine-dining restaurant, Navo.

"I am exceptionally proud of our dedicated team at the resort who continue to go above and beyond guest expectations," said Mr Williams.

The resort is also a finalist in the Best Luxury Accommodation category and is aiming for its third consecutive win in the accommodation category.

Also in contention in this category are Likuliku Resort from the Mamanuca Islands and Royal Davui Resort from Beqa.

The Fiji Excellence in Tourism Awards are annually run by a committee of independent industry members to honour those who showcase quality and excellence in the industry at a prize-giving gala event.

The winners represent the most outstanding members of Fiji's thriving tourism industry.





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