BEST WESTERN Hexagon International Hotel, Villas & Spa

Address: Martintar Street, Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Martintar Street, Nadi, is near Aqua Blue Dive & Snorkel.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Hexagon International Hotel, Villas & Spa Nadi

        Reviewed by dmarek

        Shuttles to and from the airport

        Reviewed Mar 30, 2015
        by (51 reviews) Schenectady New York , United States Flag of United States

        I booked this hotel because it had transfers to and from the airport. I stayed twice - once at the beginning of my South Pacific trip and once at the end. Fiji was my hub to get to several other Pacific Island nations. My first room was comfortable but rather dark on the ground level. My second had a balcony on the second level that would have been nice if the scene it overlooked had been nicer. All the staff were very pleasant and helpful. There was a supermarket very close to the hotel and a bus stop to get to Nadi Town. The hotel was good as a departure point but I wouldn't have wanted to hang around much.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Hexagon International Hotel, Villas & Spa Nadi

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        Travel Blogs from Nadi

        Back to Fiji for the Last Time

        A travel blog entry by dmarek on Mar 30, 2015

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        Tragedy has struck - I apparently left my adaptor in the socket at Taufua Beach and now my cell phone is virtually dead - slight red bar at the end. I turned it off. My computer is OK for now but I can only get internet here if I pay for it and it is pricey - $10/hr - so I am not sure that I will. I had only a half hour to get to the post …

        Sunny skies!

        A travel blog entry by flo53 on Oct 10, 2015

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        One day beautiful next day perfect! Relaxing in the sun with the sound of waves washing up to the rocks - children laughing and playing! It's become a ritual to wake up and go have breakfast but first we have to pick our spot by claiming our sun lounges. If you don't get ...

        Day 98. Bounty island

        A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Sep 16, 2015

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        ... and sing their national anthem. Tim from Australia has a very powerful voice, knew our anthem and sang with us which was a great help. We had a typical Fijian meal cooked in the pit, which was done almost the same way as at Naqalia except sand was used to cover the whole area instead of dirt. We also had a kava ceremony and was explained to us in more detail, it is always used on formal occasions, weddings, all meetings, and if ...

        Final Fiji Day

        A travel blog entry by mothman on Jul 19, 2015

        ... no real desire to come back any time soon. As part of a RTW where it fits nicely in to the itinerary it makes sense, but to come here especially, when the likes of south east Asia and central America are on this planet, hmmm, not so sure.


        Day 5- Sigaoka Sand Dunes National Park

        A travel blog entry by emilygardiner on Jul 05, 2015

        ... We each picked a spot which has a hole, some dirt abd a seedling at it and then we were told to plant our little trees. From there we headed our separate ways, the 1 and the 2 hour hikes. We were told tgat both hikes would take us to the beach but the 2 hour hike would be a bit more strenuous. Little did we know what this meant. We continues traveling uphill through the forest (all a bit confused as to where exactly the sand dunes were... we till had seen no sand) and then we ...