INTERNATIONAL guests will now be able to enjoy all the activities usually found in five-star resorts on the mainland in the outer islands.
With the construction of the $35million Sheraton Resort and Spa Tokoriki Island Resort in the Mamanucas by P. Meghji Trading Limited, guests in search of that something a little bit extra can do so in an island experience.
Sheraton Fiji general manager Shane Cunning said guests could enjoy the luxury of an exclusive beachfront location and leisure facilities including a swimming pool, fitness centre, tennis courts, kids club, two boutique shops and a Gold Class style theatre or cinema accommodating up to 50 guests.
"A choice of three defined dining venues will be available to guests throughout the day including Flying Fish's all day dining restaurant and Pantry a light fare cafÃ© and casual bar," he said.
"We will also feature Tokoriki Resort Spa, a modern day spa featuring four serene treatment rooms and a wide range of indulgent relaxation packages.
"Conference, business and meeting amenities will be consistent with Sheraton's reputation for high standards and state of the art facilities.
"Sheraton Resort and Spa Tokoriki Island, Fiji's redeveloped function area and beachfront landscape will offer a relaxing and striking alternative for a world class meeting or event for up to 140 guests."
He said the resort would also look towards assisting island neighbours as half of the associates had been employed directly from the island.
"We envision increasing our number over time.
"Our associates have been receiving five-star training with sister property Sheraton Resort and Spa and will be trained up to be very efficient and professional delivering a five-star Sheraton standard with a touch of Fijian hospitality."