February 6, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Shangri-La's Fijian Resort & Spa in Fiji Islands, Fiji
Surrounded by white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and colorful coral reefs, the Shangri-La Fijian Resort and Spa is a private island paradise set on Yanuca Island. Inspired by the architecture of a Fijian village, traditional style is seamlessly blended with modern amenities and comfort, creating a unique retreat. Choose from an array of dining options ranging from Fijian and Pacific specialties at Golden Cowrie to sumptuous Asian cuisine at the Takali Restaurant. Privacy, serenity and beauty make Shangri-La's Fijian Resort your perfect South Pacific paradise.
A wealth of sports and leisure activities await your discovery. Explore the beautiful coral reef teeming with marine life or take a water skiing or parasailing adventure. Windsurfing, sailing, deep-sea fishing on the resort's private launch, and tennis are also awaiting your pleasure. Take a bicycle tour through the island's tropical vegetation or enjoy a round of golf on the 9-hole course. Simply relaxing by the pool or on a hammock under gently swaying palms is always a preferred pastime.
Location of Shangri-La's Fijian Resort & Spa
Nearest Airport: NAN
Amenities for Shangri-La's Fijian Resort & Spa
- General Information
- 436 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Active & Adventure
- Honeymoons & Romance
Reviews for Shangri-La's Fijian Resort & Spa
I recently stayed at the Shangri-La Resort for 5 nights, the resort is lovely and great for families. The room was on the third floor and a great view of ocean, it was clean and comfortable but needs a little TLC. One restaurant was under renovation so left four restaurants to dine at (one is Adults only), food was good but I would rave about it. It is expensive to eat & drink (cocktails range from FJ$25-30) and not much available outside the resort, without having to catch a cab. Being cashless was great but you have to watch what you spend, could get out of hand easily. I had a great holiday, no problems or issues but would look elsewhere next time Iâ€™m in Fiji.
R H - Melbourne, Australia
Hotel is tired. But really upsetting was the resort pricing. Each had a 25% surcharge, and another 3% if you use a card. 9% GST, 6% SST (??), 10% ELAC (?). Felt seriously ripped off. And the minimum wage is about FJ$2.80 per hour. Work that out. Won't be going back.
Wonderful gentleman on check in. A perfect introduction to the beauty of the Fijian people. Beautiful room with direct ocean front. Near the infinity pool which was lovely and peaceful, not too crowded. Delightful cleaning ladies. The resort was huge and we got lots of exercise walking to the other end where the kids activities were and lots of fun... Wonderful attentive staff, relaxed atmosphere, food and drink service was prompt. Beautiful meals at the restaurants and room service. Prices are reasonable for a Shangri-La hotel. A HUGE thankyou to all the wonderful staff we had the honour in meeting at the shops, cafes, reception, Karva time, the warriors. xxx
Stayed for 4 nights on honeymoon early January before heading further up the coast. Check in - We arrived early at 7am due to an overnight flight, and were very happy to be able to get into our room right away and have a sleep. Was a $600FJD deposit straight up as the resort is cashless, which is convenient. The resort is very spread out and we found ourselves right down the far end, but had a pool close by which was nice, and wasn't too far to walk to breakfast along the beach. Ocean view room was nice, I believe we were upgraded as i had booked a lagoon view room, but nobody ever mentioned anything. When we first walked in the room was a nice, cold 18 degrees, which was a great escape from the heat, but the aircon was leaking. We rang on the first day to get this fixed, and there was no trouble in doing so. Unfortunately after this we had issues every day with the room not cooling down, and rang up everyday to have it looked at (as it got very hot and one night they had to come at 11pm to fix it again). After 4 visits and about 10 phone calls later, we were finally moved to another room, and we were given a free buffet dinner and bottle of wine as compensation, which we were very happy with. We soon realised that because the resort was very secluded, the only easy options for food was to eat right there at the resort, and was extremely overpriced for what you get, which is disappointing as it takes away from the overall charm of the place (eg. coffee was $9FJD, first night dinner was $136FJD for a burger, kebab, 2 drinks and 1 ice cream). Buffet dinner was alright as plenty to choose from, but was often cold after sitting out, and at $59pp is a bit of a rip off with limited dinner options available. Also noticed most nights there were kids unsupervised at the buffet running into people and sticking fingers in the desserts and walking away, which was a bit gross. Buffet breakfast was better, with plenty of options hot and cold, as well as some sweeter choices - my wife particularly enjoyed the massive sugar donuts each morning. Our favourite part of the resort was the free kayaking, snorkelling (free for first hour), paddle boarding and water park, which was great fun, and the beach was beautiful with clear blue water and white sand. We would usually hang out down there for a few hours and finish with a New Zealand ice cream ($9FJD for a small cup). Again, expensive for what you get, but delicious. Check out was easy - we had our bags collected in one of the buggy's and got a ride to the lobby, cleared up a few issues with the bill (a couple of extra charges that weren't ours) and we were good to go. We were lucky to be first to the desk to check out at the time, because the people who ended up at the back of the line shortly after waited for 30 mins plus, very slow service if there are too many people at once. Finally, it's also a good idea to pre organise a transfer, as the only option otherwise is to use the resort cars, which cost a fair bit more.
Andrew M - Warrnambool
Started well as we arrived at 9am and they had a room available Beautiful setting, lovely beach, fantastic facilities. We went as a couple and our room was located near the kids area & kids pool - so a bit noisy. Adults only pool was great, as was the adults only b/fast area. Reef walking, kayaking, snorkelling etc. Food and drinks expensive. Food standard average. Be prepared for slow, average service (you are on Fijian time) but the Fijian people are just brilliant. Sigatoka river cruise was great, highly recommend it.
steven l - Greater Melbourne, Australia