InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa

Address: Maro Road, Sigatoka, Coral Coast, Viti Levu, Fiji | 5 star resort
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This 5 star resort is located on Maro Road, Sigatoka.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa Sigatoka

          Reviewed by holt13

          Spectacular! With a capital S!

          Reviewed Oct 16, 2013
          by (4 reviews) South Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

          The Intercontinental in Fiji was an absolutely stunner of an hotel! The service was particularly good with fun and loving staff which cared for your every need. Being bored in this hotel is unheard of with a range of activities to do in and out of the water! My favorite included the crab racing.... which i won! with a prize of a free ice-cream. I stayed 4 nights at this lovely resort with tours going out into the local villages was a real highlight of this incredible trip. But.... You have to realy rely on the shops at this resort which for me were being renovated at the time... (SHAME) For this reason because you are so far out it is to long to go out to the local shops you have to really love hotel shopping. But this hotel is a real delight would stay there anytime.

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          Reviewed by thartz


          Reviewed Jul 1, 2013
          by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          The intercontinental was the best for relaxation and fun activities. There is lots of water sports and more. If you get rooms by the pool ( like what we got) you can get food ordered to the pool then you could take it into your room if you wanted to. I recommend this hotel for any one!

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          Reviewed by celiahay

          Intercontinental Golf Resort and Spa, Natadola, Fiji

          Reviewed Jan 18, 2011
          by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

          Bula Readers
          Absolutely Fantastic, Isolated if you do not want to be in a town. If you want active town nightlife then don't stay here. Three awesome restaurants with many styles of food to try. Two great pools one of which is Adults Only, Fantastic, I've served my time entertaining and listening to loud children and it was great to be able to escape the children and relax in a quiet pool with other adults. Bedroom, I shared in a twin double, clean, new, love the bath secluded on the deck and I used it. Additional bed/sofa on the deck also. Room service changed the sheets and the flowers every day. Hotel shop is adequate, but as you would expect expensive. Staff, so friendly and willing to help. Biggest recommendation, I'll be coming back many times again in the future

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          TripAdvisor Reviews InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa Sigatoka

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Sigatoka

          Day 1 in Fiji

          A travel blog entry by lexie.rochelle on Nov 08, 2015

          7 photos

          Bula! We arrived in the dark on Sunday morning at 5:30. We were met by some native agents who presented us with their equivalent of a lei, but made with indigenous seeds. The musician were playing their native songs. The immigration process was very quick and efficient. Their customs agents are certainly more friendly than ours! A pre-arranged bus …

          Intercontinental Diving!��

          A travel blog entry by laracamille on Oct 31, 2013

          On day 3 at Robinson Crusoe island I planned to go Diving so I had to go back to the mainland by boat then get a taxi to the resort, when I arrived I was amazed to find it being a 5star hotel!! So I went diving in the morning and saw lots of pretty things! I found nemo!! We saw sting rays and lion fish and I touched magic coral that changed colour …

          Last days in hospital

          A travel blog entry by emoff

          Our last few days in hospital were spent in the general out patient clinic, which in actual fact is just an extension of A&E. Patients are triaged in a&e and if their complaint doesn't qualify as an emergency then they are told to queue outside for the outpatient clinic. We were happy to get stuck in and were told to call in patients, take a history, do an exam and decide on a diagnosis and management plan for each patient ...

          Back to Nadi

          A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

          ... party island is down here also (yep there is only one) but after a fire they can't do 24hour electricity so nobody can stay overnight making it a bit of a lmae duck. The only problem is due to the short notice they've had to book me into places started from the north and heading south, whereas the trip is generally geared in the opposite direction. Not only do I feel like once again I am going against the flow (and it is probably geared to get better as it goes), but the first island ...

          Birthday and school visit

          A travel blog entry by emoff


          ... some of the staff arranged a beach bonfire for my birthday. We wore our sulus (quite like sarongs) and all gathered on the beach with our newly made friends. There were a couple of Canadian boys who had brought their guitars so we had a bit of a singalong. Emoff completed one of her life goals and cracked open a coconut! Beach bonfires seem to be a running theme for my birthdays, it was a great day but I'm gutted not to be 21 anymore! Em ...