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InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa
5.0 of 5 Resort   |   Maro Road | Natadola Bay, Sigatoka, Viti Levu, Fiji   |  
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed yesterday NEW

The hotel is absolutely gorgeous. We stayed here along with quite a few others as we were attending a wedding here. The rooms are stunning!

We were lucky enough to be upgraded to a lagoon view room on check in though we had paid for a garden view. The lagoon view rooms offer alot of privacy as there is hardly any foot traffic in that area. Being by the lagoon though can get quite windy but we didn't mind.

I would advise not to get a pool view room as these rooms face the kids pool and friends who stayed there complained of the lack of privacy and noise.

There are 3 restsurants on site and having tried all three, I would recommend Sanasana for breakfast, the Toga grill for dinner and Navo for kids free/ adults only breakfast and dinner with great views.

Some of the others we stayed at had lots of issues during check in to get the twin room they had booked and it ended up taking the better part of a day to get their room sorted and then they had to change their room to another one part way through their stay. For the prices you pay to stay here, one would expect a smoother process and less hassle.

The infinity pool is great to chill out with a coconuts sold on the beach by local sellers. The beach is a little rocky however.

This hotel provides a great luxury escape experience and was one of the best I've stayed at, would definitely recommend!

  • Stayed September 2014
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

Have only positive things to say about our experience! Our room was perfect, service throughout the hotel was fantastic and the grounds were beautiful! It was a relaxing 10 days, full of sunshine! The one thing I would say is that it's probably more of a 4 star equivalent than a 5 star, but either way it was very enjoyable. We would be lucky to go back and relive our fantastic tropical getaway!

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  • Stayed April 2014, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

This was our second visit to ICH Fiji and it was just as good as the first time we were there in 2013. The staff do whatever they can to make sure your stay is comfortable and the room was lovely. We stayed in a lagoon suite which I would recommend because its quiet and has a lovely view over the water and gardens. The food is great and varied, and despite being there at the same time as a large conference, we were not inconvenienced at all. My favourite thing about ICH Fiji is the beautiful beach, exactly what you want! Clear blue water and clean white sand. A perfect location for a relaxing beach getaway.

Room Tip: Lagoon view suite is quiet and has direct access to the beach.
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  • Stayed September 2014, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

We stayed for 10 days (Aug 4th to 14th) and could not have been more impressed with this beautiful resort .It was our first visit to Fiji and we will definately return after this experience . Although a little cool for the Fijians , coming from 15 degrees in Melbourne we revelled in the 24 to 28 degree weather . A couple of cloudy days and one wet stormy morning but , that aside what a beautiful location on the Coral Coast.
I joined the Ambassador Club 2 years ago and we were upgraded to a Club Room up on the hill overlooking the resort and the ocean . While the room itself did not have spectacular views , we still enjoyed our own private plunge pool and the outdoor cleopatra bath . The room was exquisite - well appointed large bathroom with great shower and separate toilet . The living area with its long couches was enormous and the outdoor balcony area , with table and couches was excellent .. The bedroom and bedding were also very good . A short walk from our room up to the Club took us to our regular cocktails and canopes destination each evening before dinner . Here you could look out over the resort and the ocean and view the sunsets whilst sipping on your favourite drink , Very , very enjoyable !
Whilst it is a little bit of a hike if you stay up in the Club rooms , I can strongly recommend them for their tranquility , luxury and that special touch - the free cocktails and canopes from 5.30 to 7 pm . What a joy !! If you get to enjoy club privileges , there is also a pool up there , though we never used it because the adults only infinity pool down on the beach was great .
We tried breakfast everywhere - the club , Sanasana , in room and Navo . As so many reviewers have mentioned Navo wins hands down - just for the sheer pleasure of looking across the lawn to the ocean 50 metres away and the inviting blue waters of the ocean , whilst you relax over a coffee and some muesli or a cooked breakfast .
Navo was also excellent for dinner - we dined there 3 nights and enjoyed each one of them,. Beautiful ambiance with the sound of the ocean in the backround. This as so many reviewers describe is the fine dining option at the resort (about 80 to 100 dollars AUD per head).Good food and excellent service .
More casual , locoated between the adult and children's pool is the Toga Bar . Did not offer breakfast while we there but we did both lunch and dinner and again were happy with the food on offer . Lunch can be very laid back - wander up from the pool and enjoy a scrumptious pizza and a smoothie or a steak sandwich , or a foccacia or fish and chips - you name it , it's pretty much available on the menu . We enjoyed dinner at Toga as well . Again laid back , but a nice open air atmosphere and good service . Particluarly enjoyed the mahi mahi - local Fijian fish - absolutley delicious .
Sanasana was the buffet option . As a couple we steered clear of it . We had one breakfast and two buffets dinner here . Breakfast was chaotic with families with kids (everywhere !!) frequenting this locale . Noisy and you may have to wait to get a table, but good options for cooked breakfast . If you are a couple with no kids , we would recommend you make Navo your breakfast destination . The dinner buffets were fine , again a little noisy and chaotic , but solid food options . Probably beacuse they were frequently so busy at the Sanasana , the service was a little lacking . We found we preferred Navo and Toga simply because they were more relaxed options .
As for the room argument - which are the best rooms to book - I read dozens of comments on the resort rooms before deciding on the Ocean view rooms ( and being subsequently upgraded to the Club Room with Plunge Pool ) . After staying at the resort , it seems to me that generically all rooms at the resort are pretty decent . . Sure the ocean view rooms may have people wandering across the grass/beach in front of them and the Lagoon rooms are more suscepitble to the wind . The Garden rooms looked fine and the Pool rooms , obviously are close to the kids pool where there may be some noise during the course of the day . All said and done however the rooms are magnificent and what ever you choose , I think you would have to be in a bad frame of mind not to enjoy the luxurious accomodation on offer .
I have to say the adults only inifinity pool was freezing !! I am not sure if it was because it was 24 degrees when we first arrived but a little bit of pool heating would not go astray in August - how about it Intercontinental !!? . Lovely pool but watch out when you first go in - there is a poorly defined ledge where the pool goes from shallow to deep and I saw many people in the course of the 10 days we were there - trip and stumble off this . (Also lots of grimaces when they figured out how cold the water was ! )
What I did enjoy was the ocean . Warmer water and enough surf getting through at medium to high tide to do a little body surfing . Lovely sandy beach - you could walk for a couple of kms to the point at the right of the resort or to the left , when the tide was out , cross to Navo Island where the caves are . Lots of people heading out for surfing , snorkelling and scuba diving . We did not participate but the waters looked ideal .
All in all we thoroughly enjoyed the Intercontinental and rated our stay a 9/10 . We would not hesitate to return . By the way if you're into total indulgence , do yourself a favour and book in for massage at the spa - relaxing peaceful surrounds - well worth it .
As a footnote - we were to leave Melbourne on Virgin Atlantic . When we arrived at Tullamarine Airport to board our flight to Fiji , they told us that one of their crew members was sick and under aviation laws they had to "cut the flight in half " .( We checked with different airline personnel and no one had ever heard of this before). In other words we were booted off our flight , rerouted to Sydney , where under extreme time constraints, we just managed to board a Fiji Airways flight , which got us into Nadi 3 hours later than originally planned with Virgin . Can I take this oppurtunity to tell everyone how fantastic Fiji Airways were . Brand new plane and tremendous inflight service .Forget Virgin , we flew them home - they are not a touch on Fiji Airways and by the way they are incredibly rude buggers , who did not care they had totally thrown the commencement of our holiday into chaos . Would never fly them again .

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  • Stayed August 2014, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

The InterContinental Fiji is top-notch. My husband and I just returned from a seven-night stay for our second anniversary and we have nothing but wonderful things to say about this hotel.

Food - Some of the reviews that we had read about the quality and range of food options were not the greatest, so we didn't know what to expect. We were very happily surprised. There are several restaurants to choose from which seems rare for hotels in Fiji. Most of the hotels that we had looked at (even those on the outer islands) had only one restaurant. The InterContinental has three restaurants, as well as a lounge serving snacks and room service. Sanasana, the main hotel restaurant, is buffet-style and has a ton of fresh food (including a different theme for dinner every night). Toba Bar & Grill is located next to the pool and is a more casual option for lunch and dinner. We ordered food at our lounge chairs every day, but we did go for dinner one night which was one of the best meals that we had at the resort (penne arrabiata and prime rib, yummmm!). For fine dining, Navo is the best. It is open for breakfast (adults only) and dinner (with adults-only seatings after 7pm). We discovered that it was open for breakfast after our first few days eating at Sanasana, and we went every morning for the second half of our trip because the views of the beach were so beautiful and it was very peaceful and quiet. There was a fixed price menu including a small continental breakfast with a la carte options. For dinner, the Fijian Kokoda (the local seafood dish in coconut milk) was amazing. We brought our own bottle of wine for our last night and were charged a small corkage fee. The dining room was open to the outside and darkly lit. We never had a bad meal during our entire stay. There were gluten-free options everywhere too which was nice if you have allergies or just like to avoid gluten. Would definitely 100% recommend buying the Priority Privilege card before leaving for your trip which gave us 50% off of every meal.

Rooms - large and modern with plenty of closet space. The rooms are very large compared to other hotels (over 600 sf). My husband and I each had our own closet and the bathroom had double sinks and separate shower and toilet areas. All of the rooms have a patio with a large soaking tub (with coconut milk bath products) and a day bed for lounging. It is great to wake up in the morning and see the sun streaming in, but there are also sliding doors with black out shades. We felt the rooms were very private (occasionally someone from the room next door would walk by but it was never an issue as the walkway was not directly next to the windows) and clean. There was a small ant problem outside on the patio, but it's a tropical island so not much you can do. The room was serviced every day, and if we had our do not disturb light on, we received a notice under our door asking us to call if we needed service. There is also wifi in the rooms for an extra charge (but it is free if you have a priority privilege IHG card).

Pool and Beach - there are two main pools...the family pool and the adults-only infinity pool. We lounged by the adults-only pool every day which is beachfront. There were water sports offered on the beach for a small surcharge (super cheap), and we used the paddle boards, kayaks and boogie boards. The tide tended to be high early in the morning and by about noon it was almost all the way out, so it was best to do the water sports early. The ocean was clean and warm and the sand was beautiful (nicest on the main island), but it was very rocky which is why we didn't go swimming in the afternoons when the tide was low. Our only complaint is that the pool was freezing. It is not heated, and I could only stay in for 10 minutes max which was disappointing. The sunsets in Fiji are absolutely stunning, like nothing I have ever seen. Definitely go down to the beach at night to take pictures and enjoy.

Entertainment - there is nightly entertainment in and around Kama Lounge, such as Kava tasting and live music. We were happy with the choices because after a day in the sun, we could barely keep our eyes open after dinner. There is also a lot to do for kids during the day (like crab racing and face painting), and the hotel even makes them a part of the nightly fire-lighting ceremonies. We also spent one day at the Natadola Bay Golf Course which is part of the hotel.

Surrounding Area - we rented a car one day when it rained and explored the main island. We went to Port Denarau which was very touristy and had some shops, but nothing exciting. It was great to see some of Fiji, but our hotel was so nice that we couldn't wait to get back. The concierge is very helpful and recommended a seafood restaurant close to the hotel for a night when we wanted to venture out. Aside from some restaurants and shopping areas, there wasn't much to see around the hotel. It was a 40 minute car ride to Port Denarau. There are a lot of tours that will take you to places for outdoor activities like water rafting and zip lining, but we loved just relaxing.

Service - everyone at the hotel is on "Fiji Time" which meant we weren't bothered very much. Everyone was very helpful when we did have questions or needed something, but we were pretty much left alone. The service was a bit slow, but no one was ever rude.

Room Tip: The garden view rooms closest to the main walkway are the best and most centrally-located. We were...
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  • Stayed July 2014, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

This was our 3rd visit to Natadola Beach but the first time we had stayed up the top with the 'Butler', free drinks at Intercontinental Club Lounge in the evenings along with lovely sunsets.... We had our own plunge pool so the whole week was very relaxing and of course dinner at Navo Restaurant is wonderful. Breakfasts at Sana Sana were good too, great variety of food. Definitely recommend and we are going back again next year taking family and grandchildren. They have also been before and loved the 'Kids Club' and of course the swimming pool.....

Room Tip: Having stayed beachfront previously, I think that would be my preference next time.....up the top is...
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  • Stayed September 2014, traveled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

Before and after we booked this hotel I read possibly 100 tripadvisor reports about the intercontinental fiji resort.....I LOVE tripadvisor and use it religiously before booking any holiday. Our 12 night holiday at the intercontinental with friends has come to an end and so now I would like to provide a detailed review for future travellers considering this hotel.

Firstly most of the tripadvisor reports I read we're pretty accurate now I have experienced the resort. If you are staying more than a few days it is worth purchasing the IHG Dining Rewards card at $320 AUD before you leave ( you can print off a paper card on line as ours didn't arrive by mail in time) - it gets you points for your stay etc but more importantly it gets you 25% off all food and drinks and the staff know about it and it works seemlessly. We made our $320 back by about day 5 ( family of 4 - 2 adults and 2 kids, 9 years and 11 years). You also get free WiFi which works very well in the room. We also purchased the Hotel's Escape Package which was the garden view room for family of 4, free kids club ( this normally costs $30fjd per session but they get fed here), and $600 Fjd room credit. This cost $450 AUD a night. We travelled with friends with the same aged kids.

Restaurants - I'm not a big foodie, but I enjoyed all the themed buffet dinners in Sanasana. They have a different theme each night - Italian, seafood, Asian, Latino, Fijian. The food is good quality and plentiful and even when the hotel hit capacity at around 700 you would never have known it. Navo was a special experience...... Again I'm not a big foodie so I think the atmosphere is more important than the food and it had a very authentic on the beach restaurant feel. Food was good too. Toba was my favourite And being able to get the kids bento boxes with fish and chips or burger etc was a really cute touch and at $15 fjd which is about $9.50 AUD. We took our own wine to Sanasana and Toba and were charged $35 fjd ($21 AUD) as corkage but we got to drink the wine we wanted to drink and even though it seems exorbitant, it was still cheaper than purchasing wine on the wine list. Breakfast at Sanasana was very efficient too, again even at full capacity. Loved the chefs who cook you eggs and omelettes - just so friendly and genuinely interested in your holiday. We got kids bento boxes for lunch which was a reasonably priced way of managing lunch and we often had a liquid lunch of a few cocktails after a heavy breakfast (again with the Ihg reward card, these were about $12 AUD each - very reasonable).

Rooms - we were in a garden view room with the 2 double beds.......yes the beds are a little tight for 2 adults but my hubby and I slept in it for 12 nights and I have no complaints. Our room was 1 back from the beach and very close to the pool as my daughter is in a wheelchair ( thank you intercontinental for considering our needs when placing us in a Bure). It was the perfect location for us, also not too far from the restaurants. The front beach facing rooms looked simply amazing......it is not clear to me if a family of 4 can stay in them - reception said no, but I had a girlfriend who did? Anyway, they would be our choice next time as we have to carry our daughter on to the beach and they look beautiful. In our room we got The Pure Fiji brand amenities which are lovely and bottles of Fiji brand water. Other travellers mentioned the topping up of water and the amenities in the room was hit and miss - of our 12 nights, I think they were not topped up 3 times and that's probably because we had plenty. The Toba bar has a water station you can go and get fresh water from anyway, so don't freak out if you have run out of water.

Kids pool - I will only say I thing about this pool - it is cold. For a 5 star resort this is not acceptable and it is no good thinking " but kids don't feel the cold" or " but it's hot in Fiji" ........ My kids chose not to swim on occasion as the water was too cold..........hmmmmm, not ideal on a tropical holiday where we are paying $450 AUD a night for the privilege. On the flip side, my kids discovered the beach and a local Fijian boy showed them how to body surf and board surf. The Natadola beach apparently is world class and it was pretty special. Yes you need reef sand shoes to comfortably walk and swim in it and you can buy these at the resort shop. There are a plethora of shells if your kids love shell collecting.

Kids club - I have no experience with any other kids club, but my kids went 1 night ( frog hunting and races), had a bento box and watched a movie. My daughter is in a wheelchair and they happily took her on the frog hunting expedition. My kids and our friends kids rated it highly after the experience ( my 11 year old gave it a 9/10). We then took them for a morning session of bracelet making and cooking. They were provided lunch. Again they seemed ok with it, but after those 2 sessions we could not get them back to the kids club so it was not worth getting it included in our package. I do agree with other tripadvisor reports that perhaps for older kids 10+, it isn't well catered for........my 11 year old would have been the oldest child in the 2 sessions he attended. The staff seemed lovely and kept telling us to go and relax and stop worrying about our kids. My friend who has travelled to fiji a few times did feel that families were left to themselves more at this hotel whereas at other Fiji resorts the beautiful Fijian staff engage the kids with a volleyball game or water sports in the pool more, allowing mum and dad a little respite. This would have been good and I wouldn't have thought too difficult to implement.

The locals on the beach - this is where I disagree with some tripadvisor reports. If you go onto the beach it is guaranteed that locals will approach you for massages, horse riding, dinners on the beach, hair braiding, other sight seeing trips. For me, this added to my holiday experience. I learnt so much about Fijian life and culture from these people ( and many staff in the hotel as well). I had at least 5 massages for $50 fjd each, at each of the different tents and bamboo huts ( if you turn left on the beach and walk to the end of the beach, you will see a bamboo hut - Lesley and Una are two of the local mums from the Sanasana village that make a living out of massaging and hair braiding). We met their kids, husbands and my kids went on several horse rides for $20fjd for 30 mins. It isn't easy for my daughter on a horse but she was well looked after. If you turn right out of the resort and walk along the beach, you will see coloured tents and a different group of locals who provide massages, hair braiding (50 fjd), horse riding etc. You can bargain the price down from $75 fjd for massages and braiding with all the locals, $50 fjd seemed fair to me but you could perhaps get it lower. it's quite windy here whilst you have a massage whereas in the bamboo hut at the other end of the beach it is more tranquil. The deep tissue massages are almost painful, the ladies are strong! I reverted back to the relaxation massage. We did try to encourage the locals to set themselves up with banana lounges and umbrellas that tourists could rent similar to phuket beach in Thailand. I think it could be lucrative for them but also allow people to sit on the beach more as hardly anyone sits on the beach here? Maybe we will come back and see one of the locals renting banana lounges and umbrellas one day....... We said if they did, ours would be at mates rates :)

Tours and trips - we negotiated with the locals to take us to Nadi and Denaru for the day.......the hotel price for 8 people was $350 fjd....the locals charged $150 fjd although the van was not air conditioned ( was totally fine). We shopped in Nadi at Jacks and some handicraft shops - who said the shopping wasn't good in Fiji? My friend and I bought bags, hats, dresses, a lot of souvenir stuff. Jacks is similar to a tourist department store........the staff are VERY attentive and credit card is accepted. Tappoo is another good shop as is Prouds. We spent 2 hours shopping in Nadi ( with kids) and we could have stayed longer. We then went to port Denaru..... Much like sanctuary cove........ I'm glad we did not stay here but the shopping was also pretty ok. A lot of billabong and rip curl clothes at better prices than australia. On another day we went to a primary school organised by one of the locals...... The hotel has a tour every Thursday to a certain primAry school, but we chose a primary school that rarely gets visited. One of the locals has a child there. I cannot recall the name ( it was very long), but it had Memorial at the end. The locals told us the school the hotel supports gets all the attention and this other local school 5 mins from the hotel doesn't get as much.........sounded logical but who knows the real truth? But when we heard that not many tourists go to the memorial school, we decided to choose that school. My friend had been to fiji before and so donated a large bag of stationary to the school that she had bought from Australia. The head teacher told us that not many tourists come anymore and each grade just could not wait for us to come into their class and hear them sing a song. Even the sight of my daughter in a wheelchair was so accepted by all the kids. They just wanted to say Bula! And have us wave at them and hear what grade all our kids were in. An awesome experience for your kids if you are keen to do. We were there maybe 30-45 mins. We then went on to Sigatoka for lunch at Tappoo department type store and did a little more shopping ( novo shoes and jeans west were there). Also the resort itself has a few shops - beach wear for the whole family, sunscreen, ice creams, jewellery, handbags - we managed to shop quite a bit in these stores ( the staff in the resort shop near Sanasana restaurant were enjoying our shopping moments as much as we were they were so much fun!). There are also local ladies on mats selling jewellery and souvenirs every day except Sunday near the Sanasana restaurant. We loved going by every day to buy a gift for someone back home knowing it benefits the locals too.

Finally we did yoga one of the early mornings as it is complimentary for hotel guests, it's on every mon, wed, fri. Gorgeous environment but just couldn't manage the 7.15am timeslot by day 3. Tried the gym once too - yes it is small but all very good equipment and no-one in it, so no real issue with size. Had everything a gym should.

Summary - we will definitely return in the next 6-12 months. It is a stunning resort, nestled in a stunning world class Bay. It has been built so the entire area looks so untouched. You sit on a Bure right on the beach and just look out and you could be on a deserted island. Considering we stayed for 12 nights, we felt there was plenty to do and see, and we still didn't do everything - next visit we would like to do the navo caves and the intercontinental spa. Enjoy your stay if you book - you won't be disappointed.

Room Tip: Bure 11, 12 good access to pool and beach and restaurants
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  • Stayed September 2014, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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Address: Maro Road | Natadola Bay, Sigatoka, Viti Levu, Fiji
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Location: Fiji > Viti Levu > Coral Coast > Sigatoka
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#2 Romantic Hotel in Sigatoka
#3 Family Hotel in Sigatoka
#3 Spa Hotel in Sigatoka
#4 On the Beach Hotel in Sigatoka
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$
Hotel Class:5 star — InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa 5*
Number of rooms: 271
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa is located on the beautiful and picturesque Natadola Beach on Fiji's main island of Viti Levu. Relax on palm-fringed white sand beach or swim or snorkel in rolling surf to experience natural Fijian ambiance. The resort offers breathtaking 360-degree views of Natadola Bay and exotic landscaped gardens. ... more   less 
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