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Tropica Island Resort

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Overview - Tropica Island Resort. Copyright Tropica Island Resort.

Situated on a white sandy beach, snorkelling is available straight off the beach and pier. The beach is available to enjoy at high and low tide and the resort is situated in a private sheltered bay with an abundance of marine life.

Created for adults Tropica does not accept children under 16 years of age.

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Located on Malolo Island in the stunning Mamanuca group of islands, Tropica Island Resort is Fiji's newest 4 star boutique resort (opened April 2013).

The resort has a magnificent outlook across the clear blue water and blends Fijian and contemporary architecture with beautifully landscaped open spaces, dotted with fishponds and water features.

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Review date:   November 4, 2017 11:16PM
Review:   Great place and great service. The staff was excellent from the moment we arrived to the goodbye. They made us feel very welcome and like we were in a second home. The happy hours in the bar at sunset with quiz and games organised was fabulous and a lot of fun. Daily activities organised with snorkling at very good spots. Our room had a small pool facing the waterfront which is a must. Free paddleboard and kayaks for guests use and the water is quite shallow as Tropica is naturally sheltered making a good and relaxed afternoon activity. The musicians are the best I've ever heard playing live, with the staff joining them in happy mood. Staff dedication and service friendly and professional at the best level. And most of all making us feel like family. The best place we ever experienced and recommend to everyone if you are looking for a special celebration in Fiji.
Author:   Luís Augusto
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Review date:   December 10, 2016 11:26PM
Review:   All the reviews about the friendliness and helpfulness of staff are true - there is a very warm atmosphere here. Facilities are good / pool is nice (although got very murky at the beginning of our stay that was rectified) and it's nice to have free access to paddle boards and snorkels. Food quality is the biggest gripe. For me the restaurants were of a quality where in the outside world I would go once and not complain too much but never return. The problem is that when staying here you have to return three times a day! Quality of beef was good but all other meat fairly bad (most chicken is brown meat, pork was fatty and inedible). Menu descriptions sound great but the reality presented usually falls short. The down side of the 'family feel' is that in our case, and in talking to other guests, we feel bad to complain because everyone is so nice! Getting off the resort to other food options is difficult and costly. Service is slow, sometimes painfully so, and especially at breakfast. The beach is muddy and full of sharp stones so nobody uses it. If you are looking for a beach holiday this is not the place for you. Accommodation is fairly basic and badly lit (we were in garden room). Apparently it is due for refurbishment in may 2017 which I think will improve the experience a lot if done well. There are plenty of activities each day on the blackboard. Some are free and some are charged - be sure to clarify before you sign up. On our first day we went for a snorkelling trip we assumed was free that wasn't. Happy hour is a real highlight - staff light torches and sing songs. Half price cocktails are a little deceptive - they are around $18FD during the day and up to $30FD during happy hour, then discounted to half price. I smell a rat here! It's great that the island is adult only and the attitude of the staff really helps create a relaxing atmosphere. This place needs to get some essential details right for it to be somewhere that I would return, however.
Author:   Paul Mayers
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   January 22, 2018 3:26AM
Review:   Beautiful setup with friendly staff and excellent food
Author:   Malvin Anand
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Review date:   November 21, 2016 1:57AM
Review:   Absolutely lovely resort on the small island Malolo. Amazing service and singing performance performed by staff every night. Plenty of water sport activities possible: hobby cat for sailing, kayaks, snorkeling equipment, stand up paddle boards. Good food and tasty Fijian tapas. Clean swimming pool. Would come back here any time.
Author:   Marta Włodarz
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Review date:   January 25, 2018 3:26AM
Review:   Do yourself a big favour. Put this on your bucket list.
Author:   Andrew Woodcock
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