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Trader House To Open On Musket Cove Resort

Musket Cove Island Resort’s newest $5 million complex will officially open next Friday. The Trader House complex which sits on the old The Trader site which was struck by lightning
05 Jun 2015 09:48
Trader House To Open On Musket Cove Resort

Musket Cove Island Resort’s newest $5 million complex will officially open next Friday.

The Trader House complex which sits on the old The Trader site which was struck by lightning and burnt to the ground in 2013.

The investment is a testament to the success and future of Fiji’s tourism industry and the level of commitment from the resorts owners, a statement said.

The structure raises the experience for Musket Cove guests to a new level.

From the open spaces of the arrival pavilion, the free flowing boutique and gift shop, the islands own gourmet general store to the inspired marinas edge café.

Musket Cove director Josephine Smith Moffat said: “Embracing our family’s and Malolo Lailai’s history were key driving forces in the design inspiration.

“We have incorporated elements from the islands past both in nautical history and as a copra plantation, colonial architecture of the era and inspiration from the early days of travel in Fiji.

“Ultimately the new Trader brings a new level of guest experience from arrival to departure, and all done with our signature relaxed style and friendly service.”

Musket Cove was opened on October 3, 1976. The resort opened with twelve Bures, and nearly 40 years later, Musket Cove Island Resort stands as a unique and affordable tropical island getaway for visitors from all over the world.

Feedback: waisean@fijisun.com.fj

 



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