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Let’s Go Local: Golden Point Resort, Another Suncoast Special

Owner and manager Rachelle Mishra said their weekends were all booked out.
25 Jun 2020 15:30
Let’s Go Local: Golden Point Resort, Another Suncoast Special
Handicraft CentreFancy a Stay at Suva Peninsula Hotel? See Room Special On SUSANA HIRST - TUILAU RAKIRAKI Golden Point Resort is located in the northern part of Viti Levu, known as the Suncoast. It is on the water’s edge at Nacilau Point, between Tavua and Rakiraki on the Kings Highway. Though operating with skeletal staff, Golden Point Resort it’s business as normal. Owner and manager Rachelle Mishra said their weekends were all booked out. “During these time we are doing well and have been stable. “Though I have skeletal staff, that has been good enough to cater for our guests.” Local guests Ms Mishra said they have had a lot of locals visit the resort especially on the weekends. “We are busy during the weekends with locals responding to our specials. “We offer activities such as dolphin watching at $65 pp and $45 for children.” Specials Room rates are as low as $100 for two and family rooms from $150. She said she was very grateful to the locals who have supported locally owned businesses. There have been upgrades and refurbishments around the resort. Marina The marina project which is said to cater for more than 20 boats is on hold at the moment. Ms Mishra said not much was happening and they wanted things to pick up first before they continued on the marina. Marina location It is located on Nacilau Point, six meteres deep, just outside Golden Point Resort. The point is ideal as it is close to the outer islands like the Yasawa Islands and Vanua Levu. “We have had yachties come stay with us or park outside our point. “There has been a lot of interest and support from them encouraging us to hurry with the marina. “Pleae take advantage of the special rates we have every week. “Come see us at the Suncoast and we will make a memorable one.” Golden Point Resort, Another Suncoast Special Golden Point Resort.

Golden Point Resort is located in the northern part of Viti Levu, known as the Suncoast.

It is on the water’s edge at Nacilau Point, between Tavua and Rakiraki on the Kings Highway.

Though operating with skeletal staff, Golden Point Resort’s business is as normal.

Owner and manager Rachelle Mishra said their weekends were all booked out.

“During these time we are doing well and have been stable.

“Though I have skeletal staff, that has been good enough to cater for our guests.”

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Local guests

Ms Mishra said they have had a lot of locals visit the resort especially on the weekends.

“We are busy during the weekends with locals responding to our specials.

“We offer activities such as dolphin watching at $65 pp and $45 for children.”

Specials

Room rates are as low as $100 for two and family rooms from $150.

She said she was very grateful to the locals who have supported locally owned businesses.

There have been upgrades and refurbishments around the resort.

Fresh Walu Steak with fresh mango salsa served at Golden Point Resort.

Fresh Walu Steak with fresh mango salsa served at Golden Point Resort.

Marina

The marina project which is said to cater for more than 20 boats is on hold at the moment.

Ms Mishra said not much was happening and they wanted things to pick up first before they continued on the marina.

Marina location

It is located on Nacilau Point, six meteres deep, just outside Golden Point Resort.

The point is ideal as it is close to the outer islands like the Yasawa Islands and Vanua Levu.

Golden Point Resort is located on the Kings Road near Rakiraki.

Golden Point Resort is located on the Kings Road near Rakiraki.

“We have had yachties come stay with us or park outside our point.

“There has been a lot of interest and support from them encouraging us to hurry with the marina.

“Pleae take advantage of the special rates we have every week.

“Come see us at the Suncoast and we will make a memorable one.”

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