Almost a year after the devastation of Cyclone Winston, Sheraton Resort & Spa on Tokoriki Island, Fiji is set to reopen its doors on January 25, 2017. During the past year the five-star property has undergone a complete $16 million dollar refurbishment across all guest rooms, suites and public areas.
Located on the northernmost of the Mamanuca Islands, the 101-room property offers guests access to a private beach, a newly designed games room and pool area and the waterfront restaurant Flying Fish Tokoriki headed by Australian celebrity chef Peter Kuruvita. For those seeking privacy, there are 30 luxurious adult-only Tokoriki Retreats that have a private deck, plunge pool and oceanfront views.
New to the resort is the Sunset Bistro that will be a fresh café-style dining for guests. The renovation has also seen the inclusion of a mini golf course and a Fijian cultural centre.
Rates start from FJ$329 (about A$210) per night + tax.