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The Warwick Fiji
Ranked #6 of 24 Hotels in Coral Coast
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Reviewed February 23, 2009

Just returned from 7 nights at the Warwick Fiji. Although an incredibly long trip from the USA, it was well worth the jet lag.

After a bumpy 2 hour ride from Nadi Airport we were thrilled to have arrived at this beautiful resort. The online brochure was spot on. I will admit we were a little hesitant after seeing other resorts that fellow transport passengers were dropped off at. From what we saw this was by far the nicest resort.

We were greeted by a friendly "Bula" The front desk was efficient and was happy to upgrade our room as we were Warwick Club members.

Our room was pleasant, adequately appointed, with a small balcony facing the sea and pool. The bed was large, comfortable, with soft linens and towels. The housekeeping service was great, especially at the beginning of the stay. Day cleaning was good with plenty of fresh towels. Nightly turn down service started off great but on the later part of the week the wet towels were left and not replaced. Small complaint.

My #5 for value was based on the "all inclusive" plan that we purchased. This included a variety of choices at all restaurants and house liquor, wine and beer. This was definitely a deal as food and drinks are very expensive. BE AWARE THAT MANY MIXED DRINKS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE ALL INCLUSIVE PACKAGE, i.e pinacolladas. We felt the quality of the food was very good and enjoyed that we had ample choices to pick from. We were especially pleased that we were not required to eat a buffet for meals except during breakfast which had plenty of variety. We personally did not like the food at the beach barbecue, however, others at our table loved it. We especially enjoyed dinners at the Wicked Walu and Pappagallos.

The setting for this resort is absolutely beautiful. When the tide is in the lagoon is wonderful to swim and snorkel in. When the tide is out the pools are your best bet. The swim up bar was fun and a great gathering place to meet people if that is your thing.

The staff, for the most part, were wonderful. They are incredibly hard workers and deserve much more than they receive. You are not required to tip and it is suggested that if you desire money can be given to the hotel to be placed in an employee fund for a Christmas party, however, we chose to reward those directly who gave us such great service throughout our stay.

My valentine present from my husband was a complete spa experience which is one I will not forget. Sharon gave one of the best massages that I have ever received and I have received many. I also enjoyed several other spa services all of which were spectacular.

They had several opportunities when local Fijians come and perform some of the local traditions to include dancing, singing, fire walking etc. Very entertaining.

Travel is our passion and have visited many places around the world. This was our first trip to the South Pacific. Although we are still adjusting to the time changes we have put our bodies through we can honestly say we left part of our hearts at the Warkwick Fiji and will definitely return very soon!!

  • Stayed: February 2009, traveled as a couple
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Brad D, General Manager at The Warwick Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded April 14, 2017

Bula from Warwick Fiji,

We note you stayed with us some time ago and wanted to let you know we have continued to invest heavily into the resort and its team members to ensure we are surpassing our guests experiences and ensure we remain one of the leading resorts in Fiji.

We welcome the opportunity to have you stay with us again when next looking to visit Fiji and the famous Coral Coast.

Island regards,

The Warwick Fiji team.

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Reviewed February 17, 2009

We stayed at the Warwick for 6 days in early February and had an amazing time. For any concerned by the floods or the coup, don’t be! Apart from a few potholes on the road and some debris, everything is back to normal, and the floods did not affect the Warwick at all. We were a bit worried about the weather, being the wet season – however we had sun every day.

We had arranged private transfers from Nadi directly with the hotel, and this seemed to be the best and quickest way to get there, without having to stop at other resorts to drop people off like the buses do.

We booked a Warwick Club Room, which was fantastic. The only difference in the rooms is that Warwick Club Rooms have a king size bed, and there is champagne and a fruit basket on arrival. The main advantage is the club itself. You can go to the Club for a continental breakfast, afternoon tea and evening drinks and canapés. We were there for an hour or so each night and had 3 or 4 drinks each, meaning we definitely got value for money. The staff at the Club are lovely and willing to give advice and book tours and make reservations for you.

We also went to the buffet breakfast a couple of days, which was good, but not great. We decided against getting a meal package due to the price and in the end, were glad we hadn’t got one – for two people for 6 nights, we ended up spending around $1000. This included all lunches and dinners, and also a decent amount of drinks. There are two options for lunch, and the cafe set at the pool had a much better variety of food than the Bula Brasserie. We dined in each of the 5 restaurants for dinner, and the best was the Japanese restaurant. We found the Wicked Walu quite disappointing, for the price – around $150 for entrees and mains. On average, lunches were around $25 and mains for dinner were around $30. We also took the free shuttle to the Naviti one night to go to the Chinese Restaurant, which was great value and good quality – definitely worth doing. Drinks are pretty expensive - $8 for a local beer.

A few tips:
- Before we went, we joined the Warwick South Pacific Club (http://www.warwickclubsouthpacific.com password warwick). This gave us 10% off all food and beverage at the end of our stay, which ended up being around $105.
- If you walk along the beach (the Nadi wing side), there are a number of local village souvenir stores. These are much cheaper that the stores in the resort and you are also helping the villagers. If you walk further beyond these stores, there is also a convenience store with chips, lollies, soft drink and water – which is much cheaper than the mini bar, or any bars at the resort. We stocked up with water and snacks, and also bought softdrink to mix with the spirits we had bought duty free.
- If you are buying souvenirs, there are two main stores at the resort - looks at Jack’s before you visit Tappoo. We found Jack’s to be much cheaper (some souvenirs $10 cheaper at Jack’s).
- Do Matthew’s Tour – for $55, you visit a local school and village – the tour was only 4 hours and great value, compared to others which go for whole days and cost hundreds.

The staff were all fantastic and helpful, the resort was amazing , we would recommend the Warwick to anyone.

  • Stayed: February 2009, traveled as a couple
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Brad D, General Manager at The Warwick Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded April 14, 2017

Bula from Warwick Fiji,

We note you stayed with us some time ago and wanted to let you know we have continued to invest heavily into the resort and its team members to ensure we are surpassing our guests experiences and ensure we remain one of the leading resorts in Fiji.

We welcome the opportunity to have you stay with us again when next looking to visit Fiji and the famous Coral Coast.

Island regards,

The Warwick Fiji team.

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Reviewed January 28, 2009

My partner and I have recently returned from 6 nights at the Warwick Fiji and it was fantastic! We arrived one week after the floods and were so glad we decided not to cancel. I have never experienced such amazing service at a hotel or resort. The staff live for the tourists and there is always someone to talk to or something to do. They are also great with kids, always entertaining them in the pool and on the beach.
You definitely don't have to leave the resort for adult activities - they provide everything! Sometimes you have to pay extra but it's worth it.
The snorkelling at the resort is mind blowing! If you go for a walk to the jetty that is to the west of the hotel you will see the most beautiful crazy looking fish. It was great to see sea snakes and baby sharks which you don't come across every day!
The food was wonderful, definitely no complaints there. We were on a meal plan and the vouchers worked fine once you got the hang of them. We had to pay for drinks, but didn't find prices to be excessive at all.
If you want a holiday at a resort that looks after each and every guest then this is your place. We had a fantastic time taking advantage of everything the Warwick has to offer!

  • Stayed: January 2009, traveled as a couple
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Brad D, General Manager at The Warwick Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded April 14, 2017

Bula from Warwick Fiji,

We note you stayed with us some time ago and wanted to let you know we have continued to invest heavily into the resort and its team members to ensure we are surpassing our guests experiences and ensure we remain one of the leading resorts in Fiji.

We welcome the opportunity to have you stay with us again when next looking to visit Fiji and the famous Coral Coast.

Island regards,

The Warwick Fiji team.

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Reviewed January 27, 2009

Stayed at the Warwick from 20 – 26 January. Initially we had some concerns because of the reported flooding in Fiji, however when we arrived on the 20th it was evident that the worst hit areas we passed through on the shuttle on the way to the hotel (which is around 150 km from the airport) were already well underway to getting back to normal, with the rivers back to their pre-flooding levels. There were some houses that had been destroyed in Nadi that we noticed beside the road, other places had stuff out on the porch to dry, and crews of young men were busy repairing a few damaged sections of road. However from the perspective of a tourist Fiji was already back to normal, and upon arriving at the Warwick we learned that they did not sustain any damage and the far majority of other resorts also did not suffer from the flooding, which was mostly localized in some areas only, such as Nadi and Sigatoka.

Our experiences at the Warwick were as follows:

Hotel: the Warwick is a large resort-style hotel on the Coral Coast, which has been in operation for thirty years now (30th birthday on 24th of January, although none of the guests were told about this officially), initially as the Hyatt Regency, later changing ownership. Due to good maintenance and regular upgrades the age of the hotel is not noticeable, it appears a place that is only a few years old, and is in excellent shape. There are four restaurants, several bars, two swimming pools, and a spa. The shuttle from the airport (a large passenger van with good air conditioning; or a smaller one with bad air conditioning) takes around 2 hours, although trip duration depends on road conditions and how many stops the van makes at other hotels. If you are taking the shuttle, make sure to bring shock-proof luggage as all luggage is placed in a trolley towed by the van, and due to this trolley having hard suspension and there being hundreds of potholes, luggage gets quite a battering.

Beach and sea: the hotel claims to have 3 miles of beachfront, this is probably true as there is nothing else in the area surrounding the hotel, although there are some local villages within a few kms distance. The beach runs right in front of the hotel, it is not very wide but is a good sandy beach. The reef is a few hundred meters out, which means there is a good size lagoon for snorkelling. At low tide the lagoon virtually dries up, at high tide it is excellent for snorkelling. When we were there, underwater visibility at high tide in the lagoon was about five metres, this was lower than expected however there had been a lot of rain recently so this likely caused visibility to drop. One of the hotel activities is daily fish feeding, this is done from the jetty/pier at the right hand side in front of the hotel, and for this reason snorkelling is best in this area as there are a lot of fish about all day, of many sizes and species. There is not much coral right in front of the beach, as can be expected in a place where a resort has existed for 30 years, but the fish are there anyway.

Room: as others have commented, rooms are not large, however they are adequate. Ours had a queen size bed and a single bed, bedside drawer sets, a writing desk and chair, two more chairs, a TV cabinet with a smaller-size old-style TV which was somewhat hard to operate (but we were not there to watch TV anyway), a minibar. There was a wardrobe with an electronic safe, beach towels in the room, and a bathroom with shower over bath tub.

Restaurants: there are several restaurants, including the buffet-style restaurant Café Korolevu were breakfast is served daily. Sometimes lunch is served here too, and at night there is a buffet-style dinner which has a theme that changes every day (Asian, Mexican, Indian, Fijian, etc.). The breakfast buffet is good, with a fair number of choices of hot food (potatoes, baked beans, sausages, omelette, etc.), various types of bread including small croissants, and a good selection of fresh and canned fruit as well as several kinds of fruit juice. There is also an egg station where eggs are done on demand (but no Eggs Benedict available – had to settle for poached eggs). Lunch is served alternately at the Café Korolevu or the outside Lagoon Mixed Grill, using the same menu at either, which has adequate choices including hamburgers, steak sandwich, grilled tuna skewers, fries, wedges, Club Sandwich, etc. The quality of the food was good. We found the night time buffet at the Café Korolevu adequate, but it can easily get somewhat boring. However the presence of the other restaurants provides the required additional choice. The Italian restaurant, Pappagalo, served excellent pasta dishes (creative sauces, al-dente cooked pasta), however the pizza was average (thick base, relatively small, and with limited toppings), and the tomato soup was a bit unusual with large blobs of spinach and chunks of potato in it. However the overall experience was good. Don’t miss the seafood restaurant which has the deck overlooking the lagoon. At night you can see the sea snakes coming out from under the rocks and slithering into the sea (they are harmless). We loved the lobster bisque at this place and had it several times.

Bars: there are a number of bars in the place, located strategically, such as near the pools and upstairs. There is also a nightclub upstairs which usually has a DJ in attendance and is open till around half past midnight. We usually frequented the pool bar, which is open from after breakfast until around 7pm, and which has a swim-up bar too. This is the more social bar, the place to meet people, whereas the bar upstairs is a little bit more formal and people tend to stick to their own tables.

Meal plans: prices (in Fiji dollars) in the restaurants and bars are more or less similar to prices in Australia, with mains ranging from around $20 to around $80. The buffet dinner costs $45 per person per night. Soft drinks (large glass) are $5. Local beers such as Fiji Bitter cost $8. International beers, cocktails etc. range from $10 upwards. There are two meal plans, one is $65 per person per day which includes lunch and dinner (and perhaps breakfast too – not sure as we had ours included with the room) but no drinks, the other is $250 per room per day and is called “all inclusive” however the word “all” has limited meaning here: only local beer and spirits are included, as is one brand of Australian wine (Riverlands), and non-alcoholic beverages. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are included, however dinner has limitations: the buffet dinner is included, but if you want to go to one of the other restaurants only part of the menu is available as part of this deal. There are also activities included, a list of inclusions is available at reception. If you drink a lot all day long, the $250 plan is worth it, however if you drink less, it is probably not the best deal.

Internet: there are two or three internet terminals near reception, and there is limited wireless network access in part of the lobby area. Originally, wireless access apparently was available in other parts of the hotel, however during recent refurbishments some cables were cut and a number of the access points were disconnected we were told. This means the in-room internet access is non-existent, unless perhaps if the position of your room allows you to use a directional booster antenna pointing to the master access point (which has a large white stick antenna, on the building near the “left hand side” swimming pool). As I usually use in-room Internet to upload the photos I take overnight, the absence of this was a disappointment. The internet access in the lobby was spotty, with readings between 45-60% signal strength on average, and sometimes losing the signal altogether. The internet access costs $60 for 120 hours (wireless), or less for shorter periods of time (sorry don’t remember the details of the shorter plans, but believe the cheapest is $10 for either 30 minutes or 1 hour).

Other facilities: There are several shops lining the lobby area and adjacent corridor. Two shops sell souvenirs, t-shirts, postcards, and practical items such as sunscreen etc. Surprisingly, prices for some items such as sunscreen vary significantly between those two shops, so it pays to visit both of them before buying, to compare prices. There are also two tour agencies/desks at which you can book tours, rent cars etc.
There is an ANZ ATM near reception which takes Australian (and presumably other countries) ATM and credit cards; we used three different cards (HSBC, St George and NAB) without problems. Downstairs below the staircase at the Nadi wing a few older ladies spend their days making basic jewellery and the like. These are Fijian ladies from nearby villages, and buying their creations means you are directly supporting the locals. There is a well-equipped and modern gym at the resort, as well as a variety of other facilities such as an archery range, mini-golf etc.

Activities: because the hotel is located away from almost anywhere else, a lot of activities are organised every day for guests. Each night the activities schedule for the next day is delivered to the rooms, and there are usually several dozen activities for people of all ages every day. Activities range from fish feeding, crab racing, sand castle building to fire walking and fire dancing shows, as well as Fijian dance groups and choir performances. We found the entertainment adequate; we were not bored during our stay.

Staff: we loved the staff, always there with a friendly “bula!” and a smile. They were always ready to go the extra mile, and many remembered our names within a day or two. The staff are a major asset at this resort, and helped making our stay a very pleasant one.

Children: as others have commented, the Warwick is very kids-friendly. There is a kids club, staff are always seen walking around with kids in tow, and many of the activities that are organised are focused on kids, so the parents get some relaxation too. The majority of guests were families when we were there, however there were also couples, groups of young people, and single travellers.

Climate: we were there in January and we had sun most days, with some light rain in the afternoon and evening during a few days. Temperature was in the early 30’s every day. A refreshing breeze was blowing across the lagoon, which was welcome in the heat of the day and to cool down the night. We got sunburnt quickly, so make sure to take a good sunblock and don’t forget to apply it (at least 30+). There were a few mosquitoes at night, however due to the air conditioning in the room this was no issue (they get disoriented and don’t sting). However when sitting outside, we got bitten a few times so it would be wise to bring insect repellent.

Conclusion: the Warwick is an excellent resort in a beautiful location. Staff are friendly, kids are taken care of, and the large number of activities help making the stay an enjoyable one. Restaurants offer adequate choices, but can get boring after a week or so. As there is nothing to do in the area outside the resort, we felt that after six days stay we were ready to move on, however with very good memories. I will probably return one day, and then will aim once again for a stay of around one week. The lack of reliable resort-wide wireless internet access is a worry in a resort of this class, and should be fixed quickly.

  • Stayed: January 2009, traveled with family
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Brad D, General Manager at The Warwick Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded April 14, 2017

Bula from Warwick Fiji,

We note you stayed with us some time ago and wanted to let you know we have continued to invest heavily into the resort and its team members to ensure we are surpassing our guests experiences and ensure we remain one of the leading resorts in Fiji.

We welcome the opportunity to have you stay with us again when next looking to visit Fiji and the famous Coral Coast.

Island regards,

The Warwick Fiji team.

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Reviewed January 9, 2009

My partner and I have certainly come home from our Fiji holiday very refreshed and relaxed. This place certainly appeared to lend itself to both couples and families alike. There was plenty to do if you were motivated to do so. The staff were extremely friendly, even the maintenance workers were cheerful. The room was very nice although the bathroom had a couple of little imperfections which were very minor. The view from our room was possibly the best in the resort having a corner ocean view room however the mountain/garden view rooms may not have that great of a view. The food at all of the restaurants was excellant! The only thing we did wish a little improvement on was in the bars being that we do not mind a drink or two on our holidays. The service at times was a bit slow.

The 'Meke' performance and New Years Eve celebrations were very festive and fun. Other activities were also fun such as snorkelling, mini golf, and pool side activities. The pools were excellant however sometimes crowded. Being from Australia and spoilt on the best beaches in the world, i would rate the beach as being ok. The grounds crew certainly had their work cut out maintaining it. The only down fall overall on the pools and beaches were the lack of beach and pool deck chairs at times, so get in early.

Overall, we had and excellant time and would recommend this resort to anyone travelling to Fiji. Our biggest tip, make sure to go for the All-Inclusive package when booking as this will save you significant money and inconvienence. Our biggest criticism is the time to travel from the Airport, but it is well worth the time traveled.

  • Stayed: January 2009, traveled as a couple
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Brad D, General Manager at The Warwick Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded April 14, 2017

Bula from Warwick Fiji,

We note you stayed with us some time ago and wanted to let you know we have continued to invest heavily into the resort and its team members to ensure we are surpassing our guests experiences and ensure we remain one of the leading resorts in Fiji.

We welcome the opportunity to have you stay with us again when next looking to visit Fiji and the famous Coral Coast.

Island regards,

The Warwick Fiji team.

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Reviewed January 8, 2009

Have just spent a weeks holiday with my family at the Warwick Hotel Fiji. We all enjoyed our time in Fiji the warwick was a fantastic place the staff were very happy and friendly the food was beautiful and clean.

We will be going back for sure.

  • Stayed: January 2009, traveled with family
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Brad D, General Manager at The Warwick Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded April 14, 2017

Bula from Warwick Fiji,

We note you stayed with us some time ago and wanted to let you know we have continued to invest heavily into the resort and its team members to ensure we are surpassing our guests experiences and ensure we remain one of the leading resorts in Fiji.

We welcome the opportunity to have you stay with us again when next looking to visit Fiji and the famous Coral Coast.

Island regards,

The Warwick Fiji team.

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Reviewed January 5, 2009

Booked this place as my boyfriend had stayed there with his family when he was 11. Was told it was a great place to stay, and that was definitely the case.

Lovely resort. Loved lounging around the pool and sunbathing. Went horse riding which was great. They had a schedule of activiites that gets delivered to your room every night, so can see what sporting competitions, meals etc are for the next day. One problem was that we went to go and do the archery tournaments, table tennis comps and squash competitions but there was never enough people to actually go ahead with it.

Went for a few runs while there. Very hot, but ran on the main road. Seemed pretty safe and cars tended to drive on the other side of the room even though they had plenty of room.

Took pretty much 2 hours to get to the resort. We were told the cheapest option before going there was with the shuttle company - costing us $45 each. However at the hotel itself we booked through the travel agency and got the bus (same company as shuttle place) and only cost us $14 each to the airport. So definitely the best option if you want to go cheap.

Food was pretty average in the italian place, but the main restaurant was alright. We didnt have the voucher option, just bought food as we went along. Found that most days we didnt need lunch after such a big brekkie. Room service was pretty much the same price as the restaurant, so we bought drinks and a couple of meals through this option, especially when we just wanted to lounge around in our room. The Walu restaurant was to die for. Loved the food, although more expensive than the other restaurants.

They have the sister hotel about a 10 min shuttle ride away. This is free by the hotel. The other hotel isnt as nice as the one we stayed at but definitely a good option to go somewhere for the day.

All up loved the place. Lovely room. Nice and tidy. Would definitely recommend to others.

  • Stayed: October 2008, traveled as a couple
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Brad D, General Manager at The Warwick Fiji, responded to this reviewResponded April 14, 2017

Bula from Warwick Fiji,

We note you stayed with us some time ago and wanted to let you know we have continued to invest heavily into the resort and its team members to ensure we are surpassing our guests experiences and ensure we remain one of the leading resorts in Fiji.

We welcome the opportunity to have you stay with us again when next looking to visit Fiji and the famous Coral Coast.

Island regards,

The Warwick Fiji team.

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Address: Queen's Road | Via Queens Highway, Korolevu, Viti Levu, Fiji
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Location: Fiji > Viti Levu > Coral Coast
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#4 Luxury Hotel in Coral Coast
#5 Spa Hotel in Coral Coast
#6 On the Beach Hotel in Coral Coast
Price Range: $132 - $341 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — The Warwick Fiji 5*
Number of rooms: 248
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Perfectly positioned along a stretch of golden sand beach and crystal clear lagoons in the heart of Fiji’s Coral Coast, Warwick Fiji is the perfect place to escape the daily woes of life and immerse in tropical bliss with the world’s friendliest people. Warwick Fiji is far enough from the daily hustle and bustle and close enough to still keep in touch. What memories will guests take home from their visit? Perhaps it will be the memory of the most extraordinary tennis game of their life or tying the knot with their soul mate against a spectacular setting sun. Maybe it will be the time spent with family enjoying the many marvels of Warwick Fiji, or perhaps our guest will have hosted a business meeting so epic that it earns rave reviews. Deeply entwined with the beauty and hospitality of the Coral Coast, Warwick Fiji welcomes guests to come make a little history of their own. Stretching over 28 lushly landscaped acres, our elegantly crafted luxury resort provides a rich palette of ex ... more   less 
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