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InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa

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InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa provides guests with an outer Island experience on mainland, Viti Levu.



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Located 45 minutes from Nadi International Airport and nestled amongst 35 acres of lush tropical grounds the resort is on one of the world's best beaches.

Featuring 6 restaurants and bars, a serene spa, 18 hole championship golf course, 4 swimming pools, kids club, wedding chapel and conference facilities, InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa offers a range of facilities welcoming guests of all ages.

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Review date:   April 15, 2018 11:39AM
 
Review:   I had a wonderful stay at a club suite with my family (two babies included). Most important to me was a wonderful sandy beach, then the amazing comfort of the infinity pool at the clubhouse, with fantastic breakfasts and high teas every day. The club suite was huge and luxurious with open views over the beach and the sunset. On the balcony a wide secluded bathtub where I could chill out sipping drinks. Staff and quality of service top notch. I would be glad to return in a second!
 
Author:   Sara Gallini
 
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Review date:   May 22, 2018 8:01PM
 
Review:   This place was Fantastic, from the moment you get there you are treated well . The staff are the ones that make your stay one of the best I have experienced. Everything is great but would recommend getting a few drinks at the general store as certain things are very expensive. Saying that free cocktails by the beach every night is great and the internal transport around the resort is just a quick call away . Nothing was too hard and having a young family the Nani service was great , actually allowed us too have a holiday with each other . Well done would definitely recommend.
 
Author:   andrew saad
 
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Review date:   March 30, 2018 1:28PM
 
Review:   The best resort ever. The rooms are great. I have been here twice and both times just as good as the other. The pool for the kids is a great hit, just nice to go in there and relax. The infinity pool the best, relaxing nice pool looking to the ocean. The activities they provide every week are superb, and it’s good how with these activities you can learn more about the Fiji culture. The local fijian stores next to the hotel are good, they are nice and messages are wonderful. The dinner and breakfast here is wonderful I love it. The Karma lounge is also great. The beach is also great you can swim out and relax or you can open water swim it, or you can even hire sups or surfboards. The only down is that it’s far away from the airport. BUT even the trip is good looking at some Fiji school or locals. The worst part leaving, it’s the saddest part of the trip and if tort lucky some of the Intercontinental staff will sing you a song
 
Author:   Nicholas Malcolm
 
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Review date:   March 7, 2018 6:30AM
 
Review:   I have been to quite a few Fijian resorts in my 15 years of living but this was the best one that I've stayed at. The staff are very helpful and nice, the pool and beach are very nice to swim in, the bathtub in our balcony was a cool experience, our room was awesome (although the beds are quite small) and the whole resort was just so beautiful and I felt so relaxed! Also the lotions and soaps that were provided were amazing :) The only things I would say were a bit disappointing were that the rooms for 4 people only had 2 cups and 2 mugs and for dinner I ordered the Hawaiian skewers but I didn't enjoy them very much because of the capsicum (which I don't like at all) but this could've been avoided if they had stated in the menu that it had a lot of capsicum in it. Overall it was AMAZING! And would definitely love to come back again! :D
 
Author:   Aishani SINGH
 
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Review date:   May 24, 2018 3:09PM
 
Review:   As a passing visitor (Australian family on holiday in Fiji) we tried to stop in for a look, but we're told by the security guard we had to pay a $FJD50 access 'fee'. We were disappointed with that attitude to casual guests. We had planned on having a coffee there on our way through to Suva. We went up the road to the nearby Golf Course and enjoyed the amazing view from up there, had lunch and a few drinks before heading on our way. From the nearby housing estate we could see into the resort, and talking to the local builders working on a house, we found out the beach access road is just off to the right as you drive into the start of the estate (same road as into the intercontinental)... Head down that road and you can visit the beach for free! There is another resort down this same road. So, no need to pay the 'access fee' to the intercontinental resort.
 
Author:   Surfer Dad
 
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