Marriott International Fiji, 06 June 2019 – Marriott International Fiji is delighted to announce staged refurbishment of Sheraton Fiji Resort commencing 1 October 2019

Due to popular demand for the iconic Sheraton Fiji Resort, the refurbishment plan has been updated to ensure that guests can continue to enjoy the resort whilst the transformation to the new global Sheraton standard takes place.

Following the support from guests and the travel community, and the overwhelming requests for the resort to remain open during refurbishment, it is very fortunate that the layout of the resort with seven individual accommodation wings and separate lobby building, can easily allow the refurbishment works to proceed in isolated areas.

Initial works will commence on one of the seven accommodation blocks, with areas screened to minimise guest impact. During refurbishment, up to 85% of the accommodation and resort venues will continue to operate as usual and the project is expected to be finished mid-year, 2020.

The Sheraton Fiji Resort was established 30 years ago and is one of many Sheraton Resorts globally to undergo a transformation to align with our focus as The World’s Gathering Place.

Centered around the concept of community, the lobby environment has been reinvented to focus on bringing people together to create a meeting space for locals and travelers alike, to create a differentiated Fijian experience to connect and foster collaboration and friendships.

Curated food and beverage concepts, luxurious accommodation, interactive guest experiences, unique meeting venues and studios, the latest technology and best environmental practices are only a few of the amazing highlights. “When completed, Sheraton Fiji Resort will usher in a truly world-class, resort experience for our international and local guests”, explained Neeraj Chadha the Multi Property Vice President and General Manager for Marriott International Fiji and Samoa.

As we look forward to Sheraton Fiji’s transformation, our 4 additional leading resorts in Fiji continue to welcome guests. Sheraton Denarau Villas, The Westin Denarau Island Resort & Spa, Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island and our newest addition, Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay on the Coral Coast offer 771 bedrooms, 16 restaurants and bars, 7 conference venues and a host of recreation facilities including the 18 hole Denarau golf and racquet club. Neeraj explained, “due to this great diversity, we continue to deliver exceptional guest experiences for leisure and conference guests through our 4 resorts”.

To our frequent and new visitors, our Marriott Bonvoy and Club Marriott members, we look forward to continuing to welcome you to our beautiful Fiji resorts and invite you on this exciting journey as the iconic Sheraton Fiji Resort transforms.