Marriott reopens resorts as Fiji welcomes back visitors

Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay is open for bookings.

Marriott International are preparing to progressively re-open their suite of luxury Fijian resorts and villas to coincide with the Fijian Government’s advice that fully vaccinated travellers from select countries including Australia and New Zealand will be permitted to visit from December 1.

No quarantine is required on arrival, however, guests will need to stay in the hotel precinct for the first 48 hours, then return a negative result via a rapid test. Travellers will then be free to move around dedicated Safe Travel Areas and engage in offsite excursions, activities and tours.

Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay is now open for bookings while Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort, Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island and Sheraton Denarau Villas are all currently taking bookings for stays starting from April 2022.

The other countries on Fiji’s travel safe list include the US, UK, UAE, Canada, Qatar, Germany, Spain, France, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, Switzerland, Japan and most Pacific Island Countries and Territories.

“We are delighted with yesterday’s announcement made by the Fiji Prime Minister,” said Neeraj Chadha, Multiple Vice President – Fiji & Samoa, Marriott International.

“Marriott International is the leading hotel company in Fiji and we are delighted to be able to commence bookings for our portfolio of resorts.”

Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama made the border announcement on Sunday.

“To our friends in Australia and New Zealand and to the residents of other countries we’re preparing to welcome, our message is simple: Fiji is ready to welcome you back to our shores,” he said.