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InterContinental Introduces New Agenda To Add To Guest Service Experiences

InterContinental Introduces New Agenda To Add To Guest Service Experiences
InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa is launching new services to improve the guest experience.
June 24
10:11 2015

InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa has launched three new programmes to upgrade their services. The resort announced the launching of their new Leisure Concierge service to ensure better and quicker guest services to in house guests, including services such as key cutting, problem solving and account settlement.

The launching of the resort’s new service coincided with the new complimentary activities such as Natadola Outlook Power Walk, Natadola Beach Power Walk, Sunset Yoga and Taste of InterContinental Fiji Cooking Class.

InterContinental Fiji ,Director of Guests Services, Shaun Cawood said the resort is proud to be able to enhance their Guest Services making a point of difference compared to other brand resorts in Fiji.

“These services, together with our new activities on a world renowned beachfront and ocean facing resort combine to make the InterContinental a more obvious choice when it comes to choosing a resort in Fiji,” he said.

Mr Cawood said the launching of the new service is an exciting time for the resort as the guest experience is the utmost importance to the InterContinental family.

As part of further enhancing their guest services experience, the Resort & Spa dive operation team; Reef Safari, have also started the Coral Gardening Program.

The program is centred on coral health and resiliency in the waters surrounding the iconic Natadola Beach.

The resort’s Reef Safari Site Manager, Alex Rawson said their main objective is to give the broken fragments of coral another opportunity to grow, alongside taking clippings of healthy sections of reef to be grown within a coral garden which will, once thriving, be replanted around the reef.

“Guests have the opportunity to participate and feel like they are making a difference towards our future. With the majority of the local population dependent on the reefs here it is essential that we do all that we can to ensure their future” he said.

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