Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island

Tokoriki Island, Mamanuca Islands, Fiji | 3 star resort
Prices starting from $231.00
 

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Fiji (nadi)

A travel blog entry by brace12

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... who were nice and it was one of their birthday so we had a sing and got some cake, the evening was spent watching a movie under the star but really I just played on my phone as the movie was ****! Overall our first day on the islands was perfect and I don't want this to end! I am so looking forward to tomorrow. We woke up after a nice lie in and headed for breakfast where I had cereal and toast right by the sea! It was a great way to start the day! We then ...

Day 3

A travel blog entry by jen_bec

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... Bec was a trooper, jumping into the river and helping to push the raft the rest of the way up. Or maybe she just felt like a swim, but whatever it was, Waqa was appreciative of the help! When we got back to the van we had a lovely fruit platter. Bec is amazed at the taste of the fruit here, you really can taste the freshness, there's nothing quite like it. Once we got back to the resort, we definitely needed some downtime, so we headed down to the lounge chairs ...

So our last day in Fiji arrives already....

A travel blog entry by rob-heulwen

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Can't believe the time can go so quickly. This is our last day and we wake up and the sky is blue which means the sun is shining and it's going to be warm. This is what we imagined Fiji to be like..... A leisurely breakfast in the adult only restaurant, over looking the beach was a real treat. A few chores to complete before heading to the pool for a few hours of Fiji sun. This included getting Heulwen a Ruby ring ...

Day 75 - Auckland to Denarau, Fiji (1326 miles)

A travel blog entry by dewdsontour

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A lovely sunny day dawned so we took advantage of the weather and had our last NZ breakfast outside, not a grand affair, as we were eating up all the left overs. We packed our last few bits and, thankfully, they did all go back into the bags and were within the weight limits. We gave the van a quick clean (even though that wasn't strictly necessary as we had an all inclusive package but got to keep standards up!), gave our surplus goods ( including 2 storage ...

Fiji

A travel blog entry by faye-chris

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... the staff sang a really nice leaving song.

After a short 30 minute boat ride we arrived at Korovou, our next 2 night stop. Upon arrival the staff greeted us and provided a welcome drink. Here we had a beach front villa which had a small path leading straight to the beach, it was an amazing location. We had some lunch and spent time swimming in the pool and relaxing. On the evening we had a 3 course dinner and the Fijians provided ...

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island

    Reviewed by logicali

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    Reviewed Jan 28, 2013
    by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Excellent

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island

    Has great potential but has a few areas for improvement

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    I wanted to write this review because we found the information so valueable when planning our trip.

    Wedding made in Heaven!

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    We were married at Amunuca on April 7. We stayed for 6 fabulous nights and fell in love with Fiji! This was our first trip and we cant wait to return to Amunuca!

    Very sad waste of holiday time and Money!

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    We are just back (April 2-8) although we checked out early and got a chopper out of there after 4 days!

    Huge learning curve

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    This was our first trip to Fiji and we booked a stay at the Amunuca Resort from their website. It was terrible getting them to respond to emails regarding initial concerns such as dietary needs, activities, etc. We were shuttled on a boat from Denaurau to the resort and then transferred to a smaller boat outside of the reef. The smaller boat took us to shore. We stayed in an island bure, which was actually a 4-plex with our door facing inward from the ocean. Our bure had 2 beds in it. Our friends stayed in the Loma suites, which were nicer, but still had issues such as water drainage from the shower, a wobbly tub, security flashlights at night, etc. I will only comment on our accommodations. Neither of the two air conditioners worked the entire week and it was very hot early in the week. Actually, sweltering hot. We were finally given a stand alone fan on our third evening after begging daily. We placed it between the two sleeping areas, but it was still miserable sleeping due to the heat. Two nights later, some guests were so disgusted with Amunuca, they checked out and went to another resort as soon as something was available there. They were kind enough to give us their fan for our bedroom, which had no windows. Finally, each bed had a fan. Linens are not changed out daily. I had some makeup on my towel to mark it. We used that towel for 4 days straight and had to keep requesting new towels. Sometimes, they would take towels and not replace any. The menu never changed. One person in our group does not eat seafood. Their choice of meal is a single chicken dish, a beef dish, pork belly (whatever that is) and duck something. He had to eat expensive pizza quite a bit. We ordered a hamburger one day and it was inedible. The meat was mystery meat and it had chopped up carrots, raisins, onions, and other stuff that looked like other meat in it. The meat wouldn't stay together so it was severely undercooked. Other days, the hamburger looked familar but we were too scared to try to order it again. We would always say "you can order anything you want, and you will get something". I agree with other comments that dinner took over 2 hours and you may or may not get your order as requested. During our stay, they just learned about restaraunt ordering (how to take orders from table numbers and seat numbers). The spa treatments and the Reef Safari are both excellent! Pool towels are not always available. Amunuca sends their laundry to be serviced on another island so you get whatever is available. For being a new place, I was surprised at the many issues such as the large number of tiles missing from the pool. Our toilet broke, which was surprising for a 2-month old resort. We fixed it ourselves, since the response wouldn't be anytime soon. They restructured the bridge over the pool while we were there. Also, they have a set time for movies but no one knows what movie is being shown. When we stopped in to see, there were teens playing their own DVDs in the theatre. Some days, we had to request that our room be made up.

    Shocker

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    In short I would say conceived, designed, and managed by people that should know better.

    Disappointed...maybe it was bad luck

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    I will try to be extensive in my review as I really wanted to read reviews before going. This is my experience in mid March 2007, through MY expectations It is indeed subjective. I have traveled some and I guess tend to compare facilities to others I have been to in past. That said, it seemed like other guests with spoke with shared most of our views.

    I Wish I Was Still There!!

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    I have just returned from an 8 night stay at Amunuca Island Resort. I went to the resort for my 21st birthday with 7 of my family members/friends.

    ; Fantastic;

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    My husband and I have just returned from Amunuca Island Resort and I must say it was a tearfull departure.From the time we approached the Island with the band singing and the staff waiting to greet us to the time we left, our stay there was amazing.The management and staff on the Island are very freindly and truely professional.We stayed in one of the loloma suites, absolute beachfront and very private. The rooms are very spacious and the spa bath a must. Julie and the girls over at the spa and massage burea are a must do, and so cheap,I think I was there best customer.The food on the Island was some of the best that I have had at any resteraunt here in oz or abroard and the pizzas, you have to try the pizzas. The kids facilitys, pools and playground have had a great deal of thought put in to them and the main infinity pool and swim up bar where my husband spent a fair bit of time are truely amazing.There are all types of water activities and the snorkling is excelent.The aircon was not working while we were there but we did'nt care we just did a lot of moonlight swimming it was great.Overall, our short stay was fantastic and would recomend it to anyone.We are returning to Amunuca in 5 weeks with our 3 children for a 2 week stay and the time can,t go quick enough till we return I can't wait. Highly reccomended for all ages.

    Worth the wait

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    My family & I have just returned from Fiji 05/02/07. We stayed at the Sofitel and were lucky enough to be one of the first guests to stay at the Amanuca Resort on Friday 2nd Feb 07 when "YES THEY ARE OPEN".

    TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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