Search 321,000 hotels worldwide.
Get the price guarantee available for your trip.
No Expedia cancellation fee to change or cancel almost any hotel reservation.
I had originally booked 2x2 room nights for myself and a business colleague, as we were scheduled to have meetings with the Fiji Electrical Authority on 15th May at Suva. On the 14th I was told by our Client (FEA) that the meeting has moved to Lautoka. I immediately contacted the Hotel and told them ...
This hotel is great to stay at for your last night in Fiji as it is across the road from the airport and they provide a free shuttle to the airport. The swimming pool area is great with an awesome waterslide. The rooms are fine for a short stay and for the price
Wow what can i say. If you need a holiday that is relaxing Bounty Island is the place to go. I stayed in a deluxe beach front bure what a view. Staff were amazing food was fantastic. If you want 5 star go elsewhere If you want an Island experience come to Bounty
Nice pool, good food friendly staff but laundry is very expensive. I needed a place to stay for a couple days before the timeshare was available. The rooms are comfortable, and spacious but tv reception was poor.
We booked this hotel literally on the bus to Suva from Rakiraki. Upon arrival I was a bit unsure about whether it would be as described as the exterior is extremely dirty and run-down looking! Inside though, the lobby was modern, clean and fresh and the welcome was friendly. The booking had come ...
I stayed here 25 years ago and I'm pleased to see it's new lease of life. We had an ocean view room with a large balcony and a view over the bay and we watched the ships coming and going. It was so peaceful and private.
Helpful and kind staff. 5 mins walk from the market, less than ten minute walk to town cinema. $6 fjd cab drive to damador. Hot water on top floor only. Kitchen with fridge, oven, microwave and kettle. Vinaka!
For a conference or expo in Fiji, look to the major international chains, which have state-of-the-art facilities to ensure your event runs smoothly. There are many budget-friendly conference centre hotels like Mercure and Novotel, but you can also push the boat out at Sofitel in Nadi or The Warwick in the remote Korolevu on Fiji’s main island.
If you are planning on running a conference for your team, you may want to take them to one of the more remote Fijian islands, like Mana Island or the tiny Treasure Island, where you can make use of three-star and four-star all-inclusive resorts with WiFi enabled business centre for work. On-site restaurants are ideal for informal meetings and catch-ups, and palm-tree lined swimming pools make for relaxing downtime.
If you’re in Fiji for a conference, you can either choose to book in the same hotel as your event or locate a budget option just a short walk away. Price-conscious business travellers can find two- and three-star accommodation in Suva, near the airport in Nadi and on the Coral Coast. Modest meeting rooms may be available for use and it’s common to have the option of an airport shuttle for a quick transfer.
Most business travellers head to the capital, Suva. Those working in the finance industry will inevitably find themselves in Suva’s Central Business District, where many international banks have their Pacific headquarters.
By day in Suva, business travellers can network and hone their industry skills in modern conference facilities. By night, they can enjoy a drink with colleagues under a thatched hut on the beach or plan a night out in Suva for some team bonding.
No matter what type of business brings you to Fiji, a conference centre hotel will let you stay close to your professional events while still enjoying the recreational activities Fiji has to offer.