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Wonderful Start To Festive Season: Christmas Tree Lighting, Mangrove Planting At The Fiji Marriott

Mr Silvano Dressino also said: “I am delighted that all our existing staff are almost back to fulltime work schedules with the hotel and even happier to provide additional employment opportunities, hiring 170 new recruits this week to be trained and ready to service our guests come the Christmas and New Year Holidays when the hotel will be near full capacity.”
08 Dec 2021 10:00
Wonderful Start To Festive Season: Christmas Tree Lighting, Mangrove Planting At The Fiji Marriott
An exciting Christmas Tree Lighting at the Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay.

This festive season is extremely special for award winning Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay as they welcome the return of international guests’.

It also allows them to experience the genuine and warm Bula spirit at its serene 5 star property.

The resort hosted its annual Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony last Friday, December 3 after successfully commencing their mangrove planting programme through the Marriott Mangroves,

 

Rivers and Reefs programme in partnership with Mamanuca Environmental Society.

The resort commenced their festival season programme and international guests were able to take part in the annual Christmas Tree Lighting event together with local resident guest taking advantage of our Love Our Locals staycation packages available until December 19.

The event was graced by Christmas carols performed by the Lomawai Choir in the presence of chief guest, Na Tui Nalolo, Ratu Kini Vosailagi (the chief of Momi Bay’s prominent villages) to light the Christmas Tree at the main lobby with resort General Manager, Silvano Dressino.

 

It was a joyous evening where associates and guests witnessing the significant event.

“Christmas is truly Christmas when we celebrate by sharing love and happiness with everyone around us.

“As we welcome back our international guests, we thank you for returning so readily and we are looking forward to creating wonderful memories with you.

 

“2021 has indeed brought out the resilience in our multicultural nation proudly standing strong together.

“We thank the local resident community who has shown their love for domestic Tourism and helped us to remain open since March 2020,” said Mr Dressino.

This year, the resort proudly partnered with Mamanuca Environmental Society to undertake daily activities contributing to sustainable efforts of Marriott International resorts in Fiji through Marriott for Mangroves, Rivers and Reefs.

 

Guests and staff members of Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay during the mangrove planting event at the five star resort in Momi Bay.

Guests and staff members of Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay during the mangrove planting event at the five star resort in Momi Bay.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the resort was thrilled to commence its first mangrove planting for 2021 on December 3 as guests joined in to plant mangrove seedlings, go on guided bush-nature walks and learn various simple conservations efforts along the Momi Bay resort shoreline.

It has been a busy few weeks, as the resort ramped up on re-opening efforts and was delighted to welcome a larger team of associates.

Mr Silvano Dressino also said: “I am delighted that all our existing staff are almost back to fulltime work schedules with the hotel and even happier to provide additional employment opportunities, hiring 170 new recruits this week to be trained and ready to service our guests come the Christmas and New Year Holidays when the hotel will be near full capacity.”

 

The evening concluded on a much sweeter note as the resort was awarded Fijian Property of the year for the second year at the 2021 HM Awards held in Sydney, Australia opast Friday too.

 

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