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$3m facelift

Shayal Devi
Saturday, May 10, 2014

TOKATOKA Resort has completed renovations amounting to $3million.

General manager Rohit Kant said the renovations would allow the resort to get back into the competitive tourism industry.

"All 108 rooms have been fully renovated since Warwick Hotels took over from the previous hotel owners in April 2012," he said.

"There are currently different standard rooms which we have put up for the guests. These are the studio rooms, standard and studio villas, family rooms, suites, plus one and two bedroom villas.

"All rooms have free Wi-fi and close to eight TV channels for guests."

He said the renovations would be instrumental in making a strong impression on the international markets.

"We have created a new logo for the resort as well and this has been influenced by the local culture. We also wanted to do something that suited the needs of everyone.

"We host local and international guests and we tend to corporate guests as well.

"We know that these groups of people have different tastes so we try to cater to everyone here at Tokatoka Resort."

Mr Kant said they were targeting a 60 per cent occupancy rate for this year.








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