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Musket Cove Resort

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Musket Cove Resort

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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:   September 29, 2017 7:59PM
Review:   Very relaxing place to spend a few days. Lovely well appointed accommodation which we couldn't fault. Lots to do from snorkelling to biking around the island to an island trek tour. Great salt water pool and excellent meals. Only slight down side was the staff looked a little tired of tourists!
Author:   Heather Roy
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   January 11, 2018 8:03PM
Review:   A distinctive resort great for relaxing and chilling with mates and family...also the food is delicious with friendly service
Author:   Max Tiko
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   November 23, 2017 2:27AM
Review:   I'll give it 4 stars as we only had lunch and dinner there (we were staying at Lomani). The food was great, decent size and price. Had fantastic views. And the whole resort seemed pretty nice for a family with older kids.
Author:   David Doherty
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Review date:   January 9, 2018 8:59AM
Review:   Stopped in for a cocktail and something to eat while we stayed at the nearby Plantation Island Resort. Great cocktails and the food was good, however we couldn't use the pool while we visited
Author:   Graham Sutherland
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Review date:   January 9, 2018 5:03AM
Review:   Very classy, pleasant resort that caters to the holidayer looking for just a resort to relax, swim, and just enjoy the atmosphere. There is an okay number of free activities available that revolve either around being in the water or going on trips around the islands, but they will charge you for the more "premium" experiences such as paddleboards (yes, $15 an hour for a paddleboard.) and cruises and the like. Apart from the organised activities, there is not much else to do within the resort, they offer no night time entertainment save for three guys playing guitar in one of the restaurants, no bonfire or music night, or even a simple games night. Board games are available from the front desk but c'mon. Families or those younger might get a little bored of the lack of activities, but the neighbourning resort, Plantation Island, has a myriad of activities both during the day and the evening to help ease the boredom. The food was great, but the selection does not vary much and does not have a particularly big menu which is a shame. Service is average at best, with drinks orders taking twenty minutes to arrive and food around an hour on average for simple meals. The employees very much live by the "Fiji Time" rules here, and they are often doing whatever they want, when they want, when you are still waiting to be served or for your drinks to be made. The views from the resort are amazing, offering some of the most picturesque scenery in the world, right outside your door (if you splurge on the beachfront bures) and is a sight to behold. Bring a camera! Overall, a great place to go for 5-7 days, in a beautiful setting with plenty to see (both in the water and on land), let down by a very dull atmosphere and average service.
Author:   Nick McFarlane
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