Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa Review: What To REALLY Expect If You Stay (2023)

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Pros Cons Bottom Line Hotel & Amenities Photos Amenities Oyster Awards Oyster Hotel Review Scene A slightly upscale vibe that attracts families and wedding parties; there are specific areas only for adults Location A safe and pedestrian-friendly island with easy access to more restaurants, a golf course, and tennis courts Rooms Contemporary rooms with mini-fridges and spacious bathrooms; apartment-style units also have kitchens and outdoor grills Features Two adjoining pool areas next to the beach, and a renowned spa All-Inclusive / Food Three dining establishments include two all-day restaurants facing the beach and a sophisticated French cafe. Things You Should Know About Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa Oyster Hotel Review Scene A slightly upscale vibe that attracts families and wedding parties; there are specific areas only for adults Location A safe and pedestrian-friendly island with easy access to more restaurants, a golf course, and tennis courts Rooms Contemporary rooms with mini-fridges and spacious bathrooms; apartment-style units also have kitchens and outdoor grills Features Two adjoining pool areas next to the beach, and a renowned spa All-Inclusive / Food Three dining establishments include two all-day restaurants facing the beach and a sophisticated French cafe. Amenities Air Conditioner Airport Transportation Babysitting Services Balcony / Terrace / Patio Basic Television Beach Business Center Cable Children's Pool Concierge Cribs Dry Cleaning Fitness Center Full Kitchen Internet Kids Allowed Kids Club Laundry Meeting / Conference Rooms Pool Poolside Drink Service Rental Car Service Desk Onsite Room Service Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space Spa Supervised Kids Activities Swim-Up Bar FAQs Videos

Pros

  • On a beach that's larger than stretches at competing properties
  • Contemporary rooms have mini-fridges, bathtubs, and balconies or patios
  • Larger units have laundry facilities and kitchens
  • Spacious outdoor pool with adult-only and family sections
  • Two all-day restaurants and a chic French cafe
  • Kids eat free at restaurants during certain times
  • Free kids' club has nightly movies
  • Spa with a variety of treatments available
  • On-site stores selling food and alcohol
  • Walking distance to more restaurants and a golf club
  • Free Wi-Fi in the lobby and restaurants

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Cons

  • The beach can be a letdown -- not many actually swim here
  • Showers and other interiors are starting to show age
  • Fitness center is small
  • Restaurants are mediocre and prices add up quickly
  • Fee for in-room Wi-Fi
  • Not much in the way of bars and nightlife

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Bottom Line

This upscale beachfront resort is part of an attractive man-made island called Denarau, a 20-minute drive from Fiji's main airport. The Hilton opened in 2009 and has 271 rooms equipped with large bathrooms,floor-to-ceiling windows,and outdoor space. It's situated on a long stretch of beach, but guests tend to stick to the pool area, which is separated into two sections: one for adults, and one for families. A spa, free kids' club, and on-site dining add to the value, but guests will have to pay for in-room Wi-Fi. To help offset food and beverage costs, consider upgrading to bigger units that come with kitchenettes and grills. The beach here is larger than at competing properties such as The Westin Denarau, though in general the beaches on Denarau Island are underwhelming.

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Hotel & Amenities Photos

Beach
One Bedroom Beachfront
Family Pools
Adults-Only Pools
Amenities
Two Bedroom Beachfront (with Shared Plunge Pool)
Restaurants and Bars
The Hotel
Studio Beachfront
(Video) Fiji Travel | Resort Stay | Hilton Fiji Beach Resort and Spa

Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Fitness Center
  • Internet
  • Kids Club
  • Pool
  • Spa

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Oyster Awards

  • Best Luxury Hotels in Denarau Island
  • Best Beach Hotels in Denarau Island
  • Most Romantic Hotels in Denarau Island
  • Best Kid-Friendly Hotels in Denarau Island
  • Best Kid-Friendly Hotels in Fiji

Oyster Hotel Review

Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa

Hotel Class:Upscale

Scene

A slightly upscale vibe that attracts families and wedding parties; there are specific areas only for adults

Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa Review: What To REALLY Expect If You Stay (10)

Denarau doesn't really feel like an island as it's accessible via car from downtown Nadi, so those looking for an authentic sense of Fiji may want to look elsewhere. Hilton is lucky, geographically speaking, because it is on the island's corner with only one neighbor: The Sofitel. At the covered entrance (which is not well-marked), guests are welcomed by uniformed staff members who assist with luggage and offer bottled water. The lobby's hardwood floors and cushioned wicker lounge sets add charm to the hotel's streamlined design, and guests typically connect to the free Wi-Fi here.

The grounds consist of white, two-story buildings that run parallel to the ocean and are separated by palm trees and patches of grass. One side of the resort includes the kids' club, general store, and spa, while the other half has the cafe, pool areas, and restaurants. The long layout could mean a lot of walking back and forth, but it also means that all rooms have easy access to the beach; guests who don't want to walk can always call for golf cart rides.

Thanks to designated adult-only and family areas, the resort sees about equal numbers of families and couples, as well as many wedding parties. The evening scene stays pretty tame, so those looking for more restaurants and nightlife will want to head to the marina about a five-minute drive away.

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Location

A safe and pedestrian-friendly island with easy access to more restaurants, a golf course, and tennis courts

Hilton is located a 20-minute drive from Nadi, which has the biggest airport in the country. Many travelers to Fiji choose to stay their entire vacation on the man-made island of Denarau for its Western-style resorts that provide chain-hotel comfort and an easy commute to the airport.

Another convenience of choosing Denarau is having access to the golf and tennis club, as well as Port Denarau Marina, which offers a supermarket, restaurants, bars, and cafes; this is located a quick five-minute drive from the hotel. This is also where ferries from companies like South Seas Cruises depart to outer islands. Though guests can walk there about 20 minutes, there's an open-air Bula Bus (for a fee) that runs regularly around the island, and the marina is the first stop from Hilton.

Guests have free outdoor parking.

(Video) FIJI HILTON DENARAU REVIEW

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Rooms

Contemporary rooms with mini-fridges and spacious bathrooms; apartment-style units also have kitchens and outdoor grills

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Hilton's 271 rooms are located in two-story, stand-alone buildings along a long stretch of beach. The hotel opened in 2009, so the neutral-tone design is sleek and modern, with gray tile floors, white walls and bedding, and wood furnishings. Blue or sea-green accent walls in the bathrooms add a necessary pop of color. Housekeepers also spruce things up on arrival with fresh flowers and towel art, and they offer nightly turndown service.Rooms include flat-screen TVs, DVD players, coffeemakers, mini-fridges, and either two twins or king-size beds.

Spacious bathrooms have separate walk-in showers and bathtubs, bathrobes, slippers, and generous Peter Thomas Roth toiletries. Shower tiling may show some age and there are basic removable nozzles instead of rainfall showerheads. Rooms also have furnished balconies or patios with cushioned daybeds and/or wooden tables and chairs, but it's worth upgrading to one with an ocean view. All rooms aside from the Studios have kitchenettes or full kitchens, living rooms, and outdoor grills. Some have a private or shared plunge pool. Note that there's a fee for in-room Wi-Fi.

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Features

Two adjoining pool areas next to the beach, and a renowned spa

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The hub of the resort is the series of rectangular pools, split in half by the main buffet restaurant. One side is family-friendly, while the other is for adults only; both are surrounded by cushioned loungers, umbrellas, and daybeds -- some that are on the grass facing the sea. It should be noted that the adult pool is visible from the family pool, so the separation is minimal. Both pools have easy access to the man-made beach, lined by a series of sun loungers grouped into twos for a bit more privacy. The sea tends to be calm on Denarau Island, making it ideal for stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, jet skiing, and parasailing -- all available at the water sports center. Not many choose to swim in the sea, even though it's perfectly safe, because the sand is darker than at other Fiji beaches, which creates a cloudy water color at shore.

The free kids' clubs is well-outfitted with spacious indoor and outdoor play areas, and hosts nightly movies. Babysitting services are also available for a fee. A standout feature is the spa, which has seven treatment rooms, including a poolside spa pavilion. Treatments feature Pevonia skin care products and areavailable for individuals, couples, and kids. There's a fitness center with cardio and weight machines, and free weights, but it's small for the size of the property.

Tennis courts and an 18-hole golf course are available at Denarau Golf and Racquet Club, accessible by foot or shuttle.

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All-Inclusive / Food

Three dining establishments include two all-day restaurants facing the beach and a sophisticated French cafe.

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The main restaurant, Nuku, is a large open-air space between the two pool areas; it serves international cuisine buffet-style for breakfast, and a la carte options for lunch and dinner. Families tend to use this space due to its casual vibe. Maravu, on the far end of the adult-only pool, also faces the ocean. The Southeast Asian restaurant serves an adult-only breakfast and is far less crowded than Nuku. It serves an upscale continental breakfast buffet, and a la carte options for lunch and dinner that focus on Thai and Chinese cuisine. Kids eat free with paying adults during select lunch and dinner times at both restaurants and during breakfast at Nuku.

L'Epicier Café is the espresso bar, bakery, and deli close to the lobby serving a range of coffee drinks, smoothies, house-made pastries and gelato. Guests can purchase sandwiches or gourmet food items for their kitchenettes like Italian pasta and wine. There is a nice shaded outdoor terrace or hi-top communal tables for using Wi-Fi or reading the newspaper.

On the other side of the lobby is a small grocery store for basics and a liquor store with plenty of choices for beer, wine, and liquor. Port Denarau Marina also has a supermarket and more dining options.

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Things You Should Know About Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa

Also Known As

  • Fiji Beach Resort & Spa Managed by Hilton

Address

Denarau Island, Denarau Island, Fiji

Website

(Video) Denarau Island Vlog 2022|Hilton Fiji Resort and Spa|Visit Nadi Town|Rory and Sage World Class Ep73

Oyster Hotel Review

Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa

Hotel Class:Upscale

Scene

A slightly upscale vibe that attracts families and wedding parties; there are specific areas only for adults

Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa Review: What To REALLY Expect If You Stay (14)

Denarau doesn't really feel like an island as it's accessible via car from downtown Nadi, so those looking for an authentic sense of Fiji may want to look elsewhere. Hilton is lucky, geographically speaking, because it is on the island's corner with only one neighbor: The Sofitel. At the covered entrance (which is not well-marked), guests are welcomed by uniformed staff members who assist with luggage and offer bottled water. The lobby's hardwood floors and cushioned wicker lounge sets add charm to the hotel's streamlined design, and guests typically connect to the free Wi-Fi here.

The grounds consist of white, two-story buildings that run parallel to the ocean and are separated by palm trees and patches of grass. One side of the resort includes the kids' club, general store, and spa, while the other half has the cafe, pool areas, and restaurants. The long layout could mean a lot of walking back and forth, but it also means that all rooms have easy access to the beach; guests who don't want to walk can always call for golf cart rides.

Thanks to designated adult-only and family areas, the resort sees about equal numbers of families and couples, as well as many wedding parties. The evening scene stays pretty tame, so those looking for more restaurants and nightlife will want to head to the marina about a five-minute drive away.

See MoreScene

Location

A safe and pedestrian-friendly island with easy access to more restaurants, a golf course, and tennis courts

Hilton is located a 20-minute drive from Nadi, which has the biggest airport in the country. Many travelers to Fiji choose to stay their entire vacation on the man-made island of Denarau for its Western-style resorts that provide chain-hotel comfort and an easy commute to the airport.

Another convenience of choosing Denarau is having access to the golf and tennis club, as well as Port Denarau Marina, which offers a supermarket, restaurants, bars, and cafes; this is located a quick five-minute drive from the hotel. This is also where ferries from companies like South Seas Cruises depart to outer islands. Though guests can walk there about 20 minutes, there's an open-air Bula Bus (for a fee) that runs regularly around the island, and the marina is the first stop from Hilton.

Guests have free outdoor parking.

See MoreLocation

Rooms

Contemporary rooms with mini-fridges and spacious bathrooms; apartment-style units also have kitchens and outdoor grills

Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa Review: What To REALLY Expect If You Stay (15)

Hilton's 271 rooms are located in two-story, stand-alone buildings along a long stretch of beach. The hotel opened in 2009, so the neutral-tone design is sleek and modern, with gray tile floors, white walls and bedding, and wood furnishings. Blue or sea-green accent walls in the bathrooms add a necessary pop of color. Housekeepers also spruce things up on arrival with fresh flowers and towel art, and they offer nightly turndown service.Rooms include flat-screen TVs, DVD players, coffeemakers, mini-fridges, and either two twins or king-size beds.

Spacious bathrooms have separate walk-in showers and bathtubs, bathrobes, slippers, and generous Peter Thomas Roth toiletries. Shower tiling may show some age and there are basic removable nozzles instead of rainfall showerheads. Rooms also have furnished balconies or patios with cushioned daybeds and/or wooden tables and chairs, but it's worth upgrading to one with an ocean view. All rooms aside from the Studios have kitchenettes or full kitchens, living rooms, and outdoor grills. Some have a private or shared plunge pool. Note that there's a fee for in-room Wi-Fi.

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(Video) [2022] Hilton Fiji Resort, Denarau Island - Walking Tour [Take Off & Wander]

Features

Two adjoining pool areas next to the beach, and a renowned spa

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The hub of the resort is the series of rectangular pools, split in half by the main buffet restaurant. One side is family-friendly, while the other is for adults only; both are surrounded by cushioned loungers, umbrellas, and daybeds -- some that are on the grass facing the sea. It should be noted that the adult pool is visible from the family pool, so the separation is minimal. Both pools have easy access to the man-made beach, lined by a series of sun loungers grouped into twos for a bit more privacy. The sea tends to be calm on Denarau Island, making it ideal for stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, jet skiing, and parasailing -- all available at the water sports center. Not many choose to swim in the sea, even though it's perfectly safe, because the sand is darker than at other Fiji beaches, which creates a cloudy water color at shore.

The free kids' clubs is well-outfitted with spacious indoor and outdoor play areas, and hosts nightly movies. Babysitting services are also available for a fee. A standout feature is the spa, which has seven treatment rooms, including a poolside spa pavilion. Treatments feature Pevonia skin care products and areavailable for individuals, couples, and kids. There's a fitness center with cardio and weight machines, and free weights, but it's small for the size of the property.

Tennis courts and an 18-hole golf course are available at Denarau Golf and Racquet Club, accessible by foot or shuttle.

See MoreFeatures

All-Inclusive / Food

Three dining establishments include two all-day restaurants facing the beach and a sophisticated French cafe.

Hilton Fiji Beach Resort & Spa Review: What To REALLY Expect If You Stay (17)

The main restaurant, Nuku, is a large open-air space between the two pool areas; it serves international cuisine buffet-style for breakfast, and a la carte options for lunch and dinner. Families tend to use this space due to its casual vibe. Maravu, on the far end of the adult-only pool, also faces the ocean. The Southeast Asian restaurant serves an adult-only breakfast and is far less crowded than Nuku. It serves an upscale continental breakfast buffet, and a la carte options for lunch and dinner that focus on Thai and Chinese cuisine. Kids eat free with paying adults during select lunch and dinner times at both restaurants and during breakfast at Nuku.

L'Epicier Café is the espresso bar, bakery, and deli close to the lobby serving a range of coffee drinks, smoothies, house-made pastries and gelato. Guests can purchase sandwiches or gourmet food items for their kitchenettes like Italian pasta and wine. There is a nice shaded outdoor terrace or hi-top communal tables for using Wi-Fi or reading the newspaper.

On the other side of the lobby is a small grocery store for basics and a liquor store with plenty of choices for beer, wine, and liquor. Port Denarau Marina also has a supermarket and more dining options.

See MoreAll-Inclusive / Food

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner

  • Airport Transportation

  • Babysitting Services

  • Balcony / Terrace / Patio

  • Basic Television

  • Beach

  • Business Center

  • Cable

  • Children's Pool

  • Concierge

  • Cribs

  • Dry Cleaning

  • Fitness Center

  • Full Kitchen

  • Internet

  • Kids Allowed

  • Kids Club

  • Laundry

  • Meeting / Conference Rooms

  • Pool

  • Poolside Drink Service

  • Rental Car Service Desk Onsite

  • Room Service

  • Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space

  • Spa

  • Supervised Kids Activities

  • Swim-Up Bar

Disclaimer: This content was accurate at the time the hotel was reviewed. Please check our partner sites when booking to verify that details are still correct.

FAQs

Can you swim in the ocean at Denarau Island? ›

This beautiful, warm-water beach stretches past several resorts and is a great place for long walks, volleyball, swimming or just people watching.

Is the Hilton Fiji a CFC certified? ›

Hilton Fiji Beach Resort and Spa - CFC Certified - RACV.

Does Hilton Fiji have an executive lounge? ›

For all you Diamond members out there, there is no executive lounge. But wait, they more than make up for that with these perks: room upgrade, complimentary full breakfast with free barista coffee or hot chocolate, welcome fruit platter in your room, and 100 smiling BULA Greetings every day!

How many rooms does Hilton Fiji have? ›

Sophisticated and extremely well appointed, The Hilton Fiji's 329 guest rooms, Studios and 2 – 3 Bedroom Villas and Residences welcome discerning guests of all configurations.

Do you need to be fully vaccinated to travel to Fiji? ›

Fiji offers quarantine free travel to fully-vaccinated travellers from all over the world.

Does Hilton Fiji have a swim up bar? ›

DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Fiji - Don't forget to get yourself a "Bu" (coconut juice) at our swim up pool bar 😋 #doubletreefiji #islandtime #fijiholidays | Facebook.

What is a CFC hotel Fiji? ›

We are proud to introduce the Care Fiji Commitment (CFC), a WHO-approved standard of best-practice health and safety measures for travel in a post-COVID world.

What does Hilton lounge access include? ›

What's included in a Hilton Executive Lounge? Every Executive Lounge is different, but it's not uncommon for a lounge to offer complimentary breakfast in the morning, drinks and snacks throughout the day, cocktail hours in the evening, free in-lounge internet access and a business center.

Does Hilton give free water bottles? ›

Silver, Gold and Diamond members will receive free bottled water at Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, LXR Hotels & Resorts, Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Curio Collection by Hilton, DoubleTree by Hilton, Tapestry Collection by Hilton, Embassy Suites by Hilton and Hilton Garden Inn properties.

Does Hilton All-Inclusive include alcohol? ›

Yes. Unlimited cocktails made with premium branded spirits are yours to enjoy as part of your all-inclusive package. Specialty bottles such as champagne and first-rate wines are available for purchase at an additional cost.

What is the best part of Fiji to stay? ›

Which island in Fiji is best for your next vacation?
  1. Viti Levu. Best for urban Fiji and family-friendly resorts. ...
  2. The Mamanucas. Best for white-sand islands and surf breaks. ...
  3. Yasawas. Best for desert-island-paradise dreams. ...
  4. Vanua Levu. ...
  5. Kadavu. ...
  6. Ovalau & the Lomaiviti Group. ...
  7. Taveuni. ...
  8. Lau & Moala Groups.

Can you smoke at Hilton Fiji? ›

What is the smoking policy at Hilton Fiji Beach Resort and Spa? Hilton Fiji Beach Resort and Spa does not permit smoking in any of its rooms, but allows smoking in designated areas.

How much is the underwater hotel in Fiji? ›

Our exclusive introductory package, an adventure that will provide you with seven days and six nights of adventure on Poseidon Mystery Island, is US $15,000 per person when sharing a room (US $30,000 per couple, per week.)

What is the main problem in Fiji? ›

Climate Change.

The sea level is projected to rise 17-35 cm by 2065. If this projection turns out to be accurate, that means 30 percent of Fijians live in areas that will be underwater in the next 40 years. An estimated $4.5 billion over 10 years is needed to prevent and mitigate the damage of climate change.

What is considered rude in Fiji? ›

Do not wear hats, sunglasses, shoulder bags or scanty dresses. Wearing a hat is an insult to the chief. Ask to see the village headman (turanga ni koro) when you arrive so you can give him an introductory gift (sevusevu).

What are taboos in Fiji? ›

Taboos (tabu in Fijian) are culturally transmitted prohibitions, the violation of which is perceived to carry social or supernatural sanctions (see the electronic supplementary material).

How many days in Fiji is enough? ›

Travelers should plan to spend at least one week in Fiji to fully experience island life. Those seeking a beach vacation on the main island could visit for a quick five days.

Are there sharks in the water in Fiji? ›

The most common shark species seen in Fiji and likely to turn up on baited and unbaited dives throughout the islands. Three species can be seen - blacktip, whitetip, and grey reef sharks.

What vaccinations should I get for Fiji? ›

Vaccine Recommendations

Travellers should be up to date for routine childhood vaccines such as tetanus, measles and hepatitis B. Any of the following vaccines may also be recommended – hep A, typhoid and influenza. and in some cases meningitis ACWY.

How much is the rat test in Fiji? ›

In Fiji, costs for a RAT test starts from $30FJD but some countries require a PCR test which starts from $200 FJD.

What is a swim out room at a resort? ›

What is a swim-up room? A swim-up room, sometimes referred to as swim-out room, is a hotel room or resort room located on the ground floor that allows you to walk out into the swimming pool directly from your patio. More often than not, this pool connects multiple swim-up rooms across the hotel or resort.

Does ocean blue and sand have a swim-up bar? ›

Enjoy the 24-hour gym, as well as activities like beach volleyball. Free in-room WiFi is available to all guests, along with 2 poolside bars and a swim-up bar.

When was Hilton Fiji built? ›

Strictly speaking, since it opened in July 2006, this has been the Fiji Beach Resort and Spa, managed by Hilton.

What does VIP mean in Fiji? ›

Luxury Vacations in Paradise (VIP) | The Official Travel Site of the Fiji Islands.

What food can I take into Fiji? ›

Declaring Food When Arriving in Fiji
  • Meat.
  • Eggs.
  • Dairy products.
  • Dried mushrooms or fungi.
  • Honey or honey/bee products.
  • Seeds for eating or processing into food.
  • Nuts, herbs, spices and un-popped popcorn.
  • Dried, cooked or preserved fruit and vegetables.

Is quarantine mandatory in Fiji? ›

All people entering Fiji on a flight from another country must go into quarantine for at least 14 days. You will disembark in small groups and be met by Government officials at the gate. You will then be screened at the airport for COVID-19 symptoms on arrival.

Does Hilton give you towels? ›

Guest Rooms

After the room is thoroughly cleaned, we replace the towels and make up the bed with freshly laundered linens. Upon your arrival, you'll have complete peace of mind that the room is clean and ready for your stay.

Is it worth paying for the lounge? ›

A lounge can offer the perfect hideaway from the hectic nature of the airport. It's much quieter, and most lounges have comfortable, spacious seating — and plenty of it. You can also use the Wi-Fi and power outlets, so you're all charged up before boarding the plane.

How do I get complimentary airport lounge access? ›

If you earn enough points or miles through a credit card or airline program, you can gain free or discounted entry to airport lounges once you've reached a certain status.

Do Hilton hotels provide toiletries? ›

At any Hilton properties you can always call down to the front desk and they will provide combs, and other toiletries as requested.

Are water bottles complimentary in hotels? ›

Free bottled water.

It's often on a desk or in the minibar, just make sure you read any tags attached to the bottle first. On a recent stay at a Marriott, there were two bottles in my room: One was labeled free; the other, $5.

How can I get Hilton Gold status for free? ›

Staying at Hilton properties

Make at least 14 stays or stay 28 nights within the 2022 calendar year at Hilton Honors-participating hotels to achieve Hilton Honors Gold status. This can include rollover nights from the year before. Starting in 2023, the requirements change to 20 stays or 40 nights.

Do you get unlimited drinks with all-inclusive? ›

All inclusive holiday is usually 2 drinks per person every time you go up to the bar . if you want different drinks like English brands for example Smirnoff Vodka you may have to pay, but usually All Inclusive is unlimited especially in Villa Marina in Salou... over a year ago.

How many drinks do you get all-inclusive? ›

“There is a maximum of six alcoholic drinks per person per day that can be served and these drinks will be provided only during lunch and dinner (three each).”

What is the tipping etiquette for all-inclusive resorts? ›

How Much Do You Tip at All-Inclusive Resorts? For a one-week stay at an all-inclusive resort, a couple should budget to spend about $150 US (or the local currency equivalent) total in tips. This means that you should bring about $20 in small bills with you to spend on tips throughout the day.

What is the best month to go to Fiji? ›

Fiji weather

The best time to Fiji for clear blue skies is from May through to September. October through to April make up the wet season which is also the time of year most at risk of cyclone. However, it is also when you're going to have the highest temperatures seen throughout the year.

Where is the prettiest place in Fiji? ›

The most famous place for beauty in Fiji is the Coral Coast located in Viti Levu. It offers magical views and soul-soothing experiences.

Is crime high in Fiji? ›

Crime in Fiji

Expats moving to Fiji should note that some parts of the country have high crime rates. Fiji has a noticeable wealth gap, and as a result the country has seen an increase in crime.

Will hotels kick you out for smoking? ›

Smoking in a non-smoking room

Hotel staff have little patience for those who break this rule, so they could kick you out if they catch you, on top of assessing a cleaning fee.

How many pools does Hilton Fiji have? ›

Hilton Fiji Beach Resort and Spa

We have a tour desk, convenience store, kids' club, and seven pools — including child and adult spaces. Our award-winning spa with beachfront treatments completes your stay.

Can I smoke on the balcony in a Hilton? ›

Absolutely not! A balcony is considered an integral part of a non-smoking area because the stench of cigarette smoke wafts up and into nearby apartments if those neighbours have decided to leave their doors or windows open.

How much does it cost to sleep in an underwater hotel? ›

Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai

Each room costs around $7,000 per night and comes with in-room dining, a 30-minute personal training session, and free airport transfers. Guests can choose to go scuba diving in the aquarium to come face-to-face with the animals.

How deep is the underwater hotel? ›

The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island has officially announced the opening of the world's first underwater hotel residence, a groundbreaking, two-story villa submerged more than 16 feet below sea level in the Indian Ocean.

Can you swim in the ocean at Fiji? ›

Castaway Island

One of the best beaches to swim in Fiji, it offers an amazing beachfront for snorkeling, diving and coral viewing, as well as high-energy activities such as kayaking and windsurfing.

Can you swim on the Coral Coast Fiji? ›

Most Coral Coast beaches offer calm swimming conditions for families with young children while others are strictly for keen surfers when South Pacific conditions are right.

Can you swim in the water in Fiji? ›

As you may expect, swimming, snorkelling, and scuba diving are the most popular activities in Fiji so you will definitely be at home here. You can also go island-hopping and sailing. The regions of Nadi, the Coral Coast, Denarau Island, and Mamanuca Islands are popular destinations for swimming in Fiji.

What is Denarau Island known for? ›

Denarau is known for its hotels and resorts, with the 18-hole Denarau Golf course as its centrepiece. The development includes international chains such as Hilton, Sheraton, Radisson, Westin, Sofitel and Wyndham (formerly Worldmark).

Are sharks a problem in Fiji? ›

At least 75 shark and ray species inhabit the waters of the Fiji islands. According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List, 66 percent of these species are globally threatened or near threatened. Fiji is one of the top international destinations for divers in the Pacific.

Can you brush your teeth with tap water in Fiji? ›

The tap water in Fiji isn't recommended for drinking, so stick to sealed bottled water. Avoiding tap water includes more than you might think, such as brushing your teeth with tap water, ice in drinks, ingesting water in the shower, and food that has been washed in tap water.

Are sharks common in Fiji? ›

Fiji is fortunate that sharks here are less preyed upon than in most other countries. So the reefs that NAI'A dives have healthy populations of white-tip, hammerhead and grey reef sharks. Black-tip, tiger, bull, nurse, and silver-tip sharks are not uncommon, but you have to be lucky to see one.

Are there poisonous sea snakes in Fiji? ›

Banded sea krait

The highly venomous banded sea snake lurks in tropical oceans the world over and is occasionally found in Fijian seas.

Does Fiji have alligators or crocodiles? ›

Saltwater Crocodile: Fijians consider the saltwater crocs the most dangerous animals on the islands.

Can you wear shorts in Fiji? ›

A few readers asked if wearing shorts in Fiji is okay, and the answer is yes, as long as they're not super short and worn around your resort. I particularly love these jean shorts and tropical prints: – 1x pair of long pants – You can pair this with your long-sleeved shirt to warm up on chilly nights.

Are there saltwater crocodiles in Fiji? ›

The world's largest living reptile, the saltwater crocodile is found in brackish and freshwater habitats extending east-west from East India to Fiji and north-south from southern China to northern Australia (see a map of the region).

What is the best time of the year to go to Fiji? ›

Fiji weather

The best time to Fiji for clear blue skies is from May through to September. October through to April make up the wet season which is also the time of year most at risk of cyclone. However, it is also when you're going to have the highest temperatures seen throughout the year.

What is Fiji's most popular food? ›

Kokoda is perhaps the most popular dish in Fiji. It's a kind of raw fish salad, similar to ceviche or poke bowls from South America. Raw fish marinated in citrus is mixed with coconut cream, onion, tomatoes, and chillies in a dish that's served over steamed rice.

Where is the bluest water in Fiji? ›

flightnetwork.com recently rated the top 50 beaches in the world and put the beaches of the Blue Lagoon in Fiji's Yasawa islands as number 13. They scored the Blue Lagoon a 9/10 for sheer untouched beauty, a 10/10 for remoteness, and an 8/10 for sand and water quality.

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