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Hide Away In Vuda Ready To Open Doors

Hide Away In Vuda Ready To Open Doors
Kayaks out near the beach front.. Photo: Lusi Banuve
November 05
11:00 2017

The new $12 million Fiji Hideaway Resort and Spa in Vuda boasts 21 rooms just outside Lautoka ready to be occupied.

Chief executive and general manager Chandar Dutt says the new hotel facing the Yasawa islands is exclusively targeted at the adult population and honeymooners.

Fiji Hideaway Resort and Spa CEO Chandar Dutt.

Fiji Hideaway Resort and Spa CEO Chandar Dutt.

“We wanted to cater that particular group of people because there are many hotels which do not cater for this.

“Our Coral Coast hotel is an all-inclusive one and is family oriented so we wanted to create something different here at our Vuda hotel,” Mr Dutt said.

Complete with a wedding chapel looking out to the Yasawa islands, the hotel has been designed exquisitely to make weddings, and honeymoons unforgettable not only for the wedded couple but also for those who will come to celebrate with them.

“We are going to offer something truly unforgettable for everyone that walks in through our doors.

“The hotel also boasts a swim-up bar that, when the sea is at high tide, is at the same level.

“This is the only hotel that has a swim-up bar in the Lautoka area and it just adds to the many wonderful attractions that is on offer here at Fiji Hideaway Resort & Spa Vuda.

Honeymoon Bures at the Fiji Hideaway Resort and Spa Vuda.  Photo: Lusi Banuve

Honeymoon Bures at the Fiji Hideaway Resort and Spa Vuda. Photo: Lusi Banuve

“You can come in on a Friday afternoon, leave the stress of the working week behind you and just take a pina colada and relax in the pool,” Sales and Marketing manager Angela Hassan said.

Chef Rajen Singh looks after the Food & Beverages Operations.

Mr Dutt said the hotel has its own acres of land on the same premises where they are growing all their vegetables, fruits and root crops for consumption at the hotel.

“We identified that this was something we needed to do so we could promote our local fruits and vegetables and not have to buy too much stuff from abroad.

“Fiji is a wealthy place, wealthy because we have so much natural resources and land around us and it is only right that we grow our own, we promote our own foods and at the same time with us having our own farm for the hotel, we are also creating more employment,” Mr Dutt said.

The hotel is near the airport, to offer guests booked at Coral Coast resort the opportunity to spend some time there if they get in on early morning or late night flights.

“60 per cent of the Sigatoka guests are returning ones.

“That alone should inform you that our reputation is high.

“Our staff know people by name, there is a relationship and connection formed that goes a long way in making our guests call Fiji Hideaway their home away from home.

“We will have package deals where our guests will have the opportunity to go out for the day to one of the islands, they can have the opportunity to go and have lunch out there and enjoy other places,” he said.

The hotel has a state-of-the-art conference facility that can comfortably sit 50 people and a wedding chapel that is sure to be one of the main attractions for those wanting to tie the knot in Fiji.

 

EDITED BY:  KARALAINI WAQANIDROLA

 

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