This is a hard one to review. So much potential, and some very good aspects, but let down on a couple of fronts.
We've stayed at other Warwick properties (Vanuatu is an excellent one), and this wasn't to the same standard.
Firstly, there's a significant...เพิ่มเติม
I have lived in Fiji for a long time now and have been to many hotels and resorts over the years. Never stayed at Naviti until the Easter weekend 2017 because we had no choice.
The place itself is full of green and has a...เพิ่มเติม
Parties were being held in the rooms making it impossible to sleep. Had to check out a day early. Large amounts of drinking in the pools and glass on the beach making it unsuitable for children. The rooms are tired as are the facilities.เพิ่มเติม
Half of the resort is still under construction from a fire 7 years ago, although they have it sectioned off & did not really bother us or impact our stay. The beachfront is quite murky water in comparison to 2 minutes drive either way of...เพิ่มเติม
The rooms are little tired but comfortable, the Fijian staff are always friendly "What are you dooooing". As a suggestion if you are wanting a pool towel get one after or before breakfast as they run out very early. Also if you want to play...เพิ่มเติม
Have been to the Naviti 15 Times pre and post fire and think it is an amazing resort Looking to book late July and would like to know how the renovations are effecting the resort and is the breakfast restaurant closed
21 เมษายน 2017|
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There hasn't been much development of the burnt out wing. They are still working thru the last setup they had on site.
Thank you to 'property representative Warwick Fiji' for your answers. However not all of my questions were answered.
Q: is the breakfast and lunch buffet the same for children and adults?
Q: what is the children's dinner buffet at Nukunuku like? Is there a children's dinner buffet menu?
Q: is the 'Pool Grill' available to children and adults as part of the 'all inclusive' - if it is, is there a menu for this please?
new Q: do the children have to leave the Nukunuku at 6.30pm when the adults dinner starts or can they stay and finish their meals? I think that it would be terrible if they were forced to leave!!
Thank you so much.
17 เมษายน 2017|
Kia ora from New Zealand.
I am really confused about the 'all inclusive' package... our quote says "children 15 years and under stay and eat free from the kids menu or kids buffet at the Nukunuku Buffet Restaurant only between 5.30-6.30pm" but when I telephoned the resort she said it was "children 12 years and under...". And if the children want to eat at the Talei or Bamboo restaurants with adults, we have to pay for their meals (with 25% discount).
Question 1: The 'all inclusive policy sent says that we eat dinner from 6.30-9pm... Does this mean that we can't eat dinner with our children in Nukunuku at 5.30-6.30pm? I can't believe that this would be correct, because children shouldn't have to be separated from eating with their parents.
Question 2: is the children's age '12 and under' or '15 and under'?
Question 3: is the breakfast and lunch buffet the same for children and adults?
Question 4: what is the children's dinner buffet at Nukunuku like? Is there a children's dinner buffet menu?
Question 5: is the 'Pool Grill' available to children and adults as part of the 'all inclusive' - if it is, is there a menu for this please?
Thank you SO SO much - as you can imagine, planning a trip can be very tricky and it's important to me to be clear on what we are receiving as it is a lot of money, and I am booking for 4 different families with children ranging in age from 10-16 years and we don't want to have to eat separately etc.