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Pacific Harbour’s Nanuku Auberge Gets Top TV Plug

Pacific Harbour’s Nanuku Auberge Gets Top TV Plug
An aerial view of Nanuku Auberge Resort in Pacific Harbour, Deuba.
October 09
10:00 2018

 

Nanuku Auberge Resort has become the first Fijian resort to be featured on the American TV show “Mansions and Millionaires,”

The show looks at the lifestyles and properties of the rich and famous in the United States and around the world.

The resort in Pacific Harbour, Deuba, was seen on screen by an audience of approximately 1.2 million people.

Resort general manager Sascha Hemmann said the owners, management and staff were proud of this achievement but moreover it was great for Fiji as a whole because of the popularity of the TV show.

“We are indeed happy considering the popularity of the programme and the items that are featured on it which are the lifestyles and properties of millionaires,” Mr Hemmeann said.

Nanuku Auberge falls under the Auberge Resort Collection.

The resort was featured on two segments on ‘Extra’s’ Signature Franchise, ‘Mansions and Millionaires’, which aired on September  21, 2018 across the United States.

The two segments included ‘A look inside Nanuku Auberge Resort’ and ‘Fun things to do in Fiji’.

The popular TV series takes viewers on a sneak peek of the extraordinary mansions, yachts and hobbies of the rich and famous.

Other episodes have included ‘A look inside actress Eva Longoria’s US$14 million (FJ$30m) Hollywood Hills home’ and ‘Take a VIP Tour of Michael Jackson’s Neverland’, just to name a couple.

Mr Hemmann said The ‘Mansions and Millionaires’ alignment was timely as the resort was ready with the new development of 13 new Auberge villas under Nanuku Estate soon.

These villas would be available for holidays or to purchase outright for a piece of paradise, right on the beach.

Millionaires and Mansions is a TV documentary produced by BAFTA-winning Indus Films.

The documentary followed luxury interior design companies, such as Juliettes Interiors, when working on high-end projects for high net worth individuals and their homes.

Feedback:  charles.chambers@fijisun.com.fj

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