Located just 45 minutes from Nadi International Airport, Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay is on the western coast of Fiji’s main island, Viti Levu. Surrounded by tropical vegetation and a beautiful lagoon, this is one must-visit paradise that caters to both couples and families.
Surrounded by a man-made lagoon which offers every guest a water view, Fiji Marriott Resort has 250 rooms in total and 10 different room types for guests to choose from. This resort is the only property on the Fiji main island offering overwater villas that are reserved for adults only, with a private terrace and access to the lagoon. Their Duplex Ocean Front or Lagoon Bure Villas have direct access to a white sandy beach and their Deluxe Lagoon Rooms are perfect for families as the rooms can interconnect.
Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay has 3 main restaurants that serve Asian-Fusion, Seafood, Mediterranean cuisine, a lounge and a deli-style cafe, on top of room service.
We loved the spread and quality of breakfast at Goji Kitchen and Bar. What made our breakfast most memorable was a choir going up to guests, singing soulful songs that made it a really beautiful morning.
Fish Bar, an elegant upmarket seafood restaurant is opened for lunch and dinner. Do try out their Fish and Chips which were the best we’ve had in Fiji! Overlooking the stunning ocean and adults-only infinity pool, the menu features a selection of local seafood as well as your favourite grilled gourmet meat dishes. Head for sunset cocktails at the bar as and get your cameras ready to capture the sunset. There is also a traditional Fijian sunset torch lighting ceremony that made the sunset extra special.
The Lagoon House and Bar is a poolside restaurant that serves casual Mediterranean fare. Relax on the terrace overlooking the lagoon or cool down with a cocktail at their swim-up bar.
Guests can choose from a variety of watersport activities which includes Jet Ski, Parasailing, Fishing, Stand up Paddling, Kayaking, Surfing and Scuba Diving, Sunset Cruise, Day Trips to Malamala and Cloud 9. There is also a tennis court, a fully equipped health club, Quan Spa and beauty parlour in the resort.
When in Fiji, do try and immerse yourself in their culture. Fijians are really friendly and will greet you “Bula” which means hello, every time they see you. From coconut tasting to dressing up for the torch lighting ceremony at sunset, Fijian Kokoda Making Demonstration, Tribal Drum Lessons, Fire Dance and Kava Ceremony are just some of the cultural activities available at Fiji Marriott Resort.
Open daily, the Turtle Kids’ Club has activities to engage kids from the age of 4 to 12 during the day. Among the activities are an interactive mini-amazing race, creative sessions, Fijian language lesson, coconut husking, basket weaving, movies, talent quest and marine life education.
In addition to scheduled activities, Turtles Kids’ Club includes both indoor and outdoor play areas where children can enjoy slides, swings, climbing and a sand-pit. The resort also features a designated Kids Pool equipped with big water guns for added entertainment. Evening activities and babysitting services are available for an additional charge.