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Tui Nadi Opens Hotel Martintar

The unwavering support of Government, stakeholders, foreign visitors and our very own people that has allowed tourism to strengthen existing partnerships and forging new ones. And all with a view
26 Jan 2019 10:00
Tui Nadi Opens Hotel Martintar
Tui Nadi Ratu Vuniyani Navuniuci with stakeholder during the official opening of Hotel Martintar, Nadi on January 24, 2019. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

The unwavering support of Government, stakeholders, foreign visitors and our very own people that has allowed tourism to strengthen existing partnerships and forging new ones.

And all with a view to moving our industry forward and managing Fiji the destinations of choice for many more visitors around the world.

Those were the comments of Tui Nadi, Ratu Vuniyani Navuniuci who officiated at the newly refurbished three-star hotel on Thursday night.

He applauded the couple (Directors Ben Krishna and Parvati) for their commitment and investment in this tourism product, Martintar Hotel – a 3-star hotel that will provide a unique option for our visitors looking for an affordable stay with the proximity of Nadi.

“Hotel Martintar was initially established with only nine rooms and has now grown to 39 rooms with a spa pool.”

Ratu Vuniyani said, “The unwavering support of Government, stakeholders, foreign visitors and our very own people that has allowed tourism to strengthen existing partnerships and forging new ones, all with a view to moving our industry forward and managing Fiji the destinations of choice for many more visitors around the world.”

“We have a great product – Brand Fiji. Or as our tourism slogan puts it, the place “where happiness finds you”.

“It’s that brand that continues to drive visitors to our great nation and one that we are all so proud of employing thousands of our people allowing them to provide financial support to their families and communities.

“Interestingly, Fiji welcomes over 600,000 visitors on a yearly basis making tourism in Fiji lucrative industry that has been thrived over the years with the contribution of key stakeholders that have made tourism industry it is today.

“It is the number one industry in Fiji and one of the highest importance to all of us who grew up in the midst of the industry’s development.”

On behalf of the vanua o Nadi he thanked the couple in their commitment to giving employment opportunities to our people and contributing to our national economy.”

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