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I upgraded to an Oceanside room, well worth it! Only fault rooms not sound proof, when school hols started- babies crying throu the night & kids ran riot. Will stay clear of hold another time.
The walls and doors are not sound proof. You can hear the person in the room next to you shower. Our room was at the end of the passage next to the staff room and the staff was very noisy. I spoke to reception about this, but no action. Only 1 bottle of free water during your stay and considering ...
We had a great stay with our two boys. Our room was overlooking the pool and was just perfect. The staff were very helpful and always willing to assist. Highly recommend the Rafison!
Nice hotel with separate rooms and full kitchen n living area, just needs to be upgraded with better beds and little more detail cleaning of rooms.
Good for an overnight stay - close to airport but clean and comfortable. Airport shuttle was great and staff pleasant. Only drawbacks were air con not working and no fans or window screens - luckily not a hot night. It was stuffy. Other thing was mix up with booking; breakfast was included in my ...
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.