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TOKORIKI ISLAND JUST BECAME MORE LUXURIOUS.

As the day began a year ago in mid-February 2016, sun rising over the stunningly beautiful Tokoriki Island, no one was prepared for how that day would end.

In particular,  the beautiful Fijian Island Resort, the Sheraton Tokoriki.  Fierce and destructive, Cyclone Winston threw its weight about Fiji, causing widespread damage and endless heartbreak.  Winston’s wake left resorts in disarray with the Sheraton Tokoriki so badly affected; it was forced to close its doors for an entire year.

Today however, following a FJD$24 million comprehensive refurbishment, the Sheraton Tokoriki shores will welcome guests once again, with their heart felt “Bula Vinaka” and the warmest welcome home.

The transformation that the resort has undergone is so impressive; we’d understand if a guest thought it was a brand new resort – not the re-opening.

All shared areas and guest rooms are completely renovated, with some suites enjoying their very own plunge pool. There are now two restaurants, with the fresh addition of the Sunset Bistro offering café style dining. As well as a Fijian Cultural Centre, games room and mini golf course. The stunning swimming pool and surrounding deck area has new sun loungers and shaded areas, making this area a truly tranquil and relaxing spot to unwind.

With its very own traditional chapel, Coco Palms traditional Fijian culture area, conferencing facilities and 101 guest rooms and suites, the options at Sheraton Tokoriki are many. From wedding to honeymoon, baby moon to family reunion, conferencing and incentive reward travel, this glorious refurbished gem will not disappoint.

If your burning question is ‘where’ on earth do we escape to in Fiji – the newly refurbish Sheraton Tokoriki, is your answer. The only pertinent question remaining, and something we can help you with, is ‘when’?

We have access to some fabulous opening specials,  so call or contact us today for more information.

Bula Vinaka!

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