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Vanuit dit hotel kunt u eenvoudig de Biausevu Waterfall of Kula Eco Park bezoeken. Viti Levu heeft een schitterend binnenland.


The Warwick Fiji

Dit is een plek waar u in stijl verblijft. Het resort ligt aan het strand en biedt een ruim aanbod aan restaurants. De juiste keuze voor wie op zoek is naar anonimiteit en rust.

Vanaf € 131,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
  • The Warwick Fiji
The Warwick Fiji



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The Warwick Fiji


Over The Warwick Fiji

Of u nu met zijn tweeën reist of met kinderen, dit hotel is op beide groepen ingesteld. Zo zijn er twee aparte zwembaden: één voor volwassenen, waar u van een boek kunt genieten en een tweede dat zich vooral op gezinnen richt. Het strand waaraan het Warwick zich bevindt, is een van de mooiste van het eiland. ’s Avonds vindt de vuurceremonie plaats; alle fakkels rondom het hotel worden aangestoken wat zorgt voor een mystieke sfeer. Er zijn vele restaurants maar wanneer u romantisch wilt tafelen, dan is het Seafood restaurant een aanrader. Dineren met uw voeten in het zand bij kaarslicht; hoe romantisch kan het worden?

Kenmerken

  • romantiek
  • kindvriendelijk
  • wifi

Insiders tip

Vanuit dit hotel kunt u eenvoudig de Biausevu Waterfall of Kula Eco Park bezoeken. Viti Levu heeft een schitterend binnenland.

Special

Gratis nachten: Er gelden het gehele seizoen mooie gratis nachten-specials bij een verblijf van minimaal 4 nachten. Vraagt u ons naar de mogelijkheden.
Hotelnaam:
The Warwick Fiji
Plaats/regio:
Viti Levu
Code:
H16476
Klasse:
Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 131 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Ter plaatse kunt u kiezen uit een verscheidenheid aan watersportmogelijkheden als kajakken, snorkelen of scubaduiken.

Kamerbeschrijvingen

Garden View
(26 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, telefoon, televisie, WiFi, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, strijkplank en -ijzer, volledig ingerichte badkamer met föhn en balkon/patio. Gelegen op de begane grond en eerste verdieping.

Ocean View
(26 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, telefoon, televisie, WiFi, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, strijkplank en -ijzer, volledig ingerichte badkamer met föhn, balkon en zeezicht.

Warwick Deluxe
(26 m²) Airco, plafondventilator, telefoon, televisie, WiFi, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, strijkplank en -ijzer, volledig ingerichte badkamer met föhn en balkon. Tevens exclusief toegang tot de Executive Warwick Lounge met afternoon tea en pre-dinner cocktails.

Ligging

Gelegen op 90 minuten rijden van de internationale luchthaven van Nadi.

Aantal kamers

248

Faciliteiten

  • 5 Restaurants
  • 3 Bars
  • 2 Zwembaden
  • Spa
  • WiFi
  • Fitnessruimte
  • Tennisbaan
  • Parkeergelegenheid

Activiteiten

  • Watersportactiviteiten zoals kajakvaren, snorkelen en duiken
  • Diverse excursiemogelijkheden zoals fietstochten en stadstours
  • Tennis
  • Squash
  • Tafeltennis
  • Kids Club

Uw vakantie op Fiji begint op Viti Levu, het hoofdeiland van de Fiji eilandengroep. Hier vindt u een ideale mix tussen een ontspannen verblijf op een eiland en de mogelijkheid om iets te kunnen ondernemen.

"A Nice Retirement Village"

   07-12-2016
My husband and I have a rule that we wouldn't stay at the same hotel for more than 2 nights if we haven't stayed there before (after being stung at one awful resort in Thailand for 4 nights). We also highly recommend that you don't use the numerical ratings people give a place to make your choice but rather "search reviews" with the features that are important to you. One person's 5/5 could be your 3/5 so its all relative, but if you're dying to go snorkelling, that should weigh more heavily than higher ratings by Trip Advisor reviewers. We stayed at The Warwick... after 2 nights at The Radisson Blu (Denarau Island) and comparatively, The Warwick really fell short in many ways. Unfortunately, we were quite happy to leave after 2 nights and head to their competitor "The Outrigger" afterwards. The vibe at this resort is quite dull and really felt like a big retirement village in comparison to the other resorts we stayed at. Its good for big families with grandparents and children but we are a young couple with an 8 month old baby and the flavour of The Warwick felt dry and boring compared to the Radisson and The Outrigger. Some of the staff were wonderful and lively, remembered our baby's name and greeted us with big smiles, but the majority weren't exactly excited to be there. The rooms are ok but beds are small. We had what felt like a small queen bed for the 3 of us, but really a 5 star resort should have king beds. As others have pointed out, food isn't great. - The buffet breakfast is lacking variety and energy. I'm a chocaholic and there were no chocolate fixes to get me excited. The highlight of breakfast was the pink ?paw paw juice made fresh by a very tired looking old man. Look out for it! It was delicious. Aside from that, I regret paying for buffet breakfasts at all here. - Pappadino's Italian restaurant was OK. Food was average but the staff were so lovely and played with our baby so I forgave their pizza quality. - The Japanese Restaurant was quite good by Warwick standards! The sushi was seemingly fresh and flavoursome and watching the teppanyaki man work his magic was entertaining! One staff member came to pick up our baby when he was getting grumpy but she was given a stern look by another staff member so I was disappointed they weren't encouraged to embrace that baby friendly culture Fiji is so famous for. Even though food was good at Japanese, the prices were high. - Wicked Walu is adults only but everyone raves about how great it is! We walked up to watch the fish swimming near it and that was spectacular in itself! - Room service food was also a let down but prices are much nicer, and it was good to be able to play with our baby and put him to sleep. Wifi at the Warwick was a big positive however! The Outrigger only provides free wifi for 30mins each day whilst it is free all day here. Although slow, it was more than adequate! On reflection though, I may have used the wifi more at The Warwick because I was searching for more fun things to do but I was so engaged at the other resorts that I didnt really mind if there was a lack of wifi. The snorkelling was great too! Plenty of sea life to swim with but plan your day around the tide times (high tide for snorkelling and kayaking). Free non-motorised sports also a big plus to take advantage of. There is a daily list of scheduled activities for all ages to plan your day around as well. We saw the fish feeding and bingo - both quite boring. The pools should be classified as whisper quiet (adult pool) and noisier slipping zone (family pool). Tiles around pools were ridiculously slippery - I am amazed there haven't been thousands of NOF fractures at this retirement village! There was also no shade over the kids/family pool which is pretty disappointing. And I am not sure why the swim up bar is in the kids/family pool instead of the adult one. The other big downfall is the lack of things to do nearby. Sigatoka town is at least 25mins away so a bit too far if you just need to buy cheaper bottled water and snacks. No other closeby resorts to explore so aside from day trips, you're somewhat secluded in this retirement village. All in all, The Warwick was not to our taste (but could be to yours depending on what you look for in a holiday). We were grateful for the snorkelling and free wifi, but distance from town, the food and the service quality took away from our experience here. Read people's reviews and don't go off the number of 5 star ratings like we did.

"Warwick resort fiji unbelievable"

   07-12-2016
I was recommended by my friend about this resort and she wasn't wrong at all. I find that it is reasonsable, pretty much what you would pay when your out in Australia. If I had to compare with my American holidays to fiji I found it more money valued. The resort is breathe taking. Everything you need is there. You had the ocean view and was great seeing that when you wake up. We tried all the restaurants even the buffet. With the restaurants on the resort my top pick is walu wick. If you had to compare the prices to the other restaurants on the restaurants it's abit more pricy but worth it. You have a great view of the sunset and a relaxing feel. We did snorkelling and kayaking which they have all the equipments they lend out. By the fish feeding area there is a local business me cappuccino which provides the waterfall trip which include a your of their community and a Fijian ceremony. You really get the Fijian experience. I can't fault the place cause the people were friendly and just the scenery was unreal. The price for the tour was 60 FJD each and worth it. At the time of our stays there was a lot of family but we didn't get bothered with children there cause there is certain parts of the resort for adults only such as adult pool, section of the beach for adults and even the restaurant there is sitting for adults only. So it's perfect spot for couples and families. My husband and I will definitely come back in the near future when we start our family. Everyday they have activities for kids and adults so you won't get bored there. The distance from the nadi airport to the resort is approximately 1 hour and half. We ended up taking a yellow taxi and paid for 110 FJD. We met some people at the resort and they said they only paid 55 FJD for their resort transfer with a bus. So just do your research of you want to save a few dollars. Anyways hope that helps guys!

"J. Power"

   05-12-2016
Had a great family holiday at The Warwick. (Grandparents, children & partners & grandchildren). Beautiful location with lots of activities to suit all age groups. Choice of dining options excellent. Must say that food and drinks are very expensive. That is our only negative.

"Awesome resort, people and day trips"

   05-12-2016
This resort is great for families. We had a 3 and 5 year old and they had a great time. Kids club rocked so much they could get enough. The chef in the buffet is excellent. Make sure you get home to cook your meals. Canoe, waterfall and village tour is well worth it, the kids loved it too.

"Where are the 5* Stars?"

   05-12-2016
We are staying for 14 Days in the Warwick, 7 more days to go until now. Hotel complex: Nice reception area with great view on the ocean from the hibiscus bar. Pools are good, adult pool is really quite. Don't understand why the pool bar is in the mixed pool with the children. Beautiful green areas that seem well groomed. Room: We had a Garden View Room that was okay. Bed was comfy and enough space to put down your bags and suitcases. Tv is okay but poor selection of channels. Bathroom seems older than the main bedroom. Renovation would be good, especially the tiles give an old impression. Nice balcony, aircon working good. Normaly every evening getting an activity program for the next day but sometimes didn't get one. Also a bottle of water per day would be nice. Yes you can drink tap water but some people don't tolerate tap water. Food: Food is very average quality or below. Italian restaurant pappagallo is not good. Sry but thats not a pizza what you are trying to do. Thick base, too much fatty cheese (no mozzarella). Pasta is ok but i think i can do a better bolognese sauce then they. Tiramisu far far away from a real tiramisu... it was more like a butter-cream cake.This restaurant is far from be italian. Why are you trying to cook italian when you can't do it? And if you don't know how to make Tiramisu take a look at youtube. In a 5* Hotel the head chef has to know about this things. Bula Brasserie: Buffet dining is ok. Variety is okay, nothing special. Good live cooking station. Wicked Walu: Maybe the best one in the hotel. Nice seafood in an exceptional location. You can see sharks, fish and seasnakes during your dinner. Japanese Restaurant Sazanami: Good Food. Nice warm meals and good Sushi which is too expensive. Lunch: The baddest part of the day. A lot of fried and unhealthy meals like fish and chips. The variety is small. After one week you don't know what to choose. In-room dining: Just tried it once and also the last time. Quesadilla were good but small portion. Fish of the day was okay. But everthing was nearly totally cold especially the things seemed laying for hours somewhere. In total the portions of the meals are too small. I'm an normal eater but in every restaurant they are very stingy with the portions. Some pasta, vegetables, rice etc more on the plate would be nice and will you not cost anything..... And for the prices they demand for their meals i expect a normal portion... Also very poor selection of vegetarian dishes. Nowadays you have to offer more than one vegetarian pizza or pasta meal (at pappagallo) in a restaurant.... The same for lunch. There is no "WOW" effect in the restaurants. I can eat better or at the same level everywhere else. And the food is something important in holidays especially when you are staying two weeks. Neither the quantity nor the quality fulfilled my expectations of a 5* hotel. Missing also a snack opportunity at 4pm or 5pm. Drinks: Drinks are expensive. I know i'm in an hotel but 12f$ for a beer or 19F$ for a cider? Sry thats too much and don't come with the excuses about australian guests and the price level in australia or taxes etc... You are in Fiji not in Australia... it's a shame that you don't get any fresh juices (mango, pineaple etc) in the hotel although you have such a variety in your country of good fruits. The smoothies that you get are made of icecream and juice from the supermarket. Bars: Bar at Adult Pool is ok. Service is ok but mostly of the time they seem dull. Closes at 3:30pm or something like this? Opeing Hours at the bar would help to know when the bar is open and closed. Staff: Some are very friendly but a lot of the staff just seems bored, tired and dull/sluggish. Are that the happy and friendly fijian people everbody talks about? The service in rhe restaurants and bars are also very slow. You have to wait 15min-20min sometimes to get a menu card or getting a drink even it is tap water. Yes i know there is the thing about fiji time. But sorry that doesn't apologize the slow and dull service. Get them a training how to serve in a 5* resort.... And one more thing. Housekeeping is okay but forgets things from time to time. Don't take plates away, don't empty the bin, forget towels...The housekeeping staff is extremely noisy in the morning yelling and speaking very loudly in the corridors. Not appropriate for such a resort. Spa: Massages are good and you get sometimes a special price. In total the hotel is not that bad. I really like the complex, green areas and pool areas and the location of the restaurants and bars. But the average food, slow and dull staff reduces the experience. I read a lot of the comments here and also the answears of the manager. But it seemend that the answears are always the same and the efforts or promises haven't changed things (food) in the hotel. Hope that they will update their food selection or chef the cuisine. This is not a 5* hotel, maybe five fiji stars but not in international comparison. It's more like a 4* star resort with 2/3* food and service.


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