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$1.7m Investment At Sheraton Tokoriki

The Sheraton Resort and Spa, Tokoriki Island Fiji underwent an investment of $1.7million
28 May 2022 11:52
$1.7m Investment At Sheraton Tokoriki
Guests from Melbourne, Andrew, with his wife Simone and daughter Charlotte Alexander with staff of the Sheraton Resort and Spa, Tokoriki Island on May 24, 2022. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

The Sheraton Resort and Spa, Tokoriki Island Fiji underwent an investment of $1.7million.

This was revealed by Sheraton Resort & Spa Tokoriki Island Hotel Manager, Mitchell Goff at the Mamanuca group based property this week.

The resort reopened its 101 guest suites on the award-winning boutique island on May 24, following a two-year hiatus in operations resulting from the global pandemic. The serene tropical resort has a lot to offer for travellers seeking an island paradise getaway.

With the choice of stunning ocean-front views or secluded retreat rooms with a private deck and plunge pool, the diverse offering encourages guests to relax and explore at their own pace. The suites feature luxurious furnishings with plush bedding, walk-in rainforest showers and furnished patios.

“We’ve had significant investment over the last couple of months to get the hotel to where it is,” Mr Goff said.

“I’m extremely excited because I guess the journey that we are on will deliver the best guest experience. Hopefully with some class and leading results.

“Part of it was obviously softly refurbished to bring them up, because it has been down for two years. There’s more to come,” he said.


Mr Goff said they were expecting good times ahead.

“The pick-up report for June was sitting at just over 78 per cent occupancy, July as expected and August, looking to be similar. September has a slight dip but it will certainly be in the 70 per cent and then October we’re looking at probably 80 per cent occupancy,” he added.

“Fiji is open for happiness. I can tell you that much. You can see from the spirit of the people that are here it’s probably the best saying thank you very much.”

Mr Goff has been part of the Marriott International properties in Australia and is extremely excited to be in Fiji.

“I’m extremely excited to bring this resort back to its former glory,” he said.

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