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Musket Cove Resort

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Overview



Situated on the island of Malolo Lailai with 600 tropical acres of lush
gardens, coconut palms and 11 beaches, Musket Cove Island Resort's
54 deluxe Fijian bures and villas offer comfort and privacy for romantic
getaways, weddings and honeymoons.

The sheltered lagoon offers an ideal location to enjoy a host of water sports: diving, fishing, sailing etc, or simply relax and rejuvenate in our Mandara Day Spa. Excellent dining options using fresh island-grown produce are sure to tempt the taste buds.

With 150 welcoming and friendly staff, Musket Cove presents a relaxed and casual atmosphere ideal for enjoying the many delights that the island has to offer. Romance… Relax… Rejuvenate…

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Review date:   February 23, 2018 10:19PM
 
Review:   Loved staying here! My wife and I came for our honeymoon and were really looked after. Every part of the resort was beautiful. We couldn’t believe the view every morning that we woke up to. The staff were world-class. They were so friendly and would stop and chat with you and get to know you. Everything was very clean and looked after. The food and bar were some of the best parts of our day. We could always look forward to fresh ingredients which had loads of flavour. And the cocktails were dangerously too good. Would highly recommend this place to anyone. The snorkelling spots were ridiculous. There were so many different kinds of fish and they all swim right up to you. Walking around the island you find so many hidden beautiful beaches. The hour long massage hits the spot. But you might never come across any of these things because you could spend all day in the pool with a swim up bar.
 
Author:   Daniel Hingston
 
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Review date:   April 15, 2018 9:53PM
 
Review:   What a great welcome we received at Muscat Cove Island Resort. We were well looked after all weekend and our 2 bedroom bure was stunning. Immaculately clean, spacious & modern with amazing outlook. We took kayaks out into the magnificent bay. The sports gear attendant was very lazy as we asked for single kayaks and he said they had none so we struggled with double kayaks. When we walked past the gear shed on our return there was a stack of single kayaks around the corner of his gear shed!! Very disappointing when you know they are employed to be helpful to guests. Great weekend though. Very peaceful & relaxing.
 
Author:   jill and dave jaques
 
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Review date:   April 20, 2018 8:58PM
 
Review:   We have just arrived home from 5 nights at Muscat Cove, we had a great time. Our private island bure was spot on, the food breakfast, lunch and dinner were all top class, there was lots to do, we swam in pool and beach, snorkelled, went on an island hop, sat around drinking and eating, did lots of walking, canoeing, paddle boarding etc etc. Great place with children, the staff are fantastic, we really have no complaints. Be warned it is not cheap but then where is today if you want something good.
 
Author:   Stamic One
 
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Review date:   April 2, 2018 10:38PM
 
Review:   It was difficult to judge as we stayed during a cyclone. Food is great, staff are lovely. The rooms we're a little more rustic than we expected, and the TV was bad, the speakers were kind of broken, which wouldn't have mattered if it wasn't so wet!
 
Author:   Rosie Carnahan Darby
 
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Review date:   April 4, 2018 5:10AM
 
Review:   !!! - Caveat Emptor - !!! Will never holiday here again. (Who we believe was) one of the owners seemed extremely pretentious and unwelcoming upon arrival - I do stress that this could have been a permanent resident, regardless no way to treat guests in the way we were treated and spoken to, especially upon arrival. ended up revoking our booking half way through our stay due to the poor food, poor housekeeping and rude staff, and relocated to the adjacent resort which was half the cost and twice the quality. This is our 8th vacation to Fiji in 5 years, and we have never ever felt so disenchanted with the operations of a resort. We are regular attendees to resorts in Fiji and hand on heart I can tell you this is the absolute bottom of the list when compared to what Fiji has to offer.
 
Author:   Jase Gray
 
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