Updated: July 3, 2018
Hotel Oasis – Tranquil, friendly, cosy and convenient budget option.
Turn off the frantic Queens Road into the leafy dead-end street, where the likeable suburban charm continues at the friendly reception. Among the tidy gardens of miniature palms and blooming bougainvillea are recently-renovated 2-level blocks. Rooms are unfussy, with a decent-sized balcony/veranda, simple kitchenette, and space for an extra single bed. The pool is petite but appealing, with a splash area to delight the toddlers. One advantage – other than the serenity – is the excellent range of places to eat, drink and shop along Queens Road nearby, including a mall with a cinema, nightclub and row of cafés. Another is that with seemingly zero promotion, and no signage along the main road, you may have the hotel to yourself.
Hotel Oasis – The Basics
(formerly known as the Dulcinea Oasis)
- Location: 1 Ragg Street, in an area known as Martintar (or New Town), on the main island of Viti Levu. About 200m from Queens Road, which connects downtown Nadi with the airport. Turn off between the Hexagon and Mercure hotels. It’s about 3km to Wailoaloa beach and 5km to the airport.
- Guests: Caters for all, especially those on a budget, including small families.
- Beach: Not in a beach area, but Wailoaloa Beach (3km away) is easily accessible by bus or taxi. Although a tourist hotspot, the beach is grey and gritty, and often strewn with debris after high tide. It is, however, ideal for walks, views and sunsets.
- Views: All rooms face the charming gardens.
- Wi-Fi Internet: Not available at the time of research due to recent renovations, but should be available in the future for guests.
- Parking: Plenty of free space onsite.
- Phone: (679) 672 2044
- Email: [email protected]
- Website: http://www.hoteloasisfiji.com/
- How To Book: Booking.com will have the best rates. Use the website specific to your language, currency, and home-country for easiest use: UK • USA • Français • Deutsch • Nederlands.
Hotel Oasis – Amenities
- Pool: Cute and inviting, with a little waterfall and splash area for the young ones. In the middle of the gardens.
- Spa & Fitness Center: Not expected or provided at this modest family resort.
- Private Pools/Jacuzzis: Not expected or provided.
Hotel Oasis – Food and Drink
- Restaurant & Bar: There is nowhere to eat or drink on the grounds, but excellent options are a few minutes away on foot (see below).
- Breakfast: With no café onsite, breakfast is not available.
- Room Service: No café on site, so no room service.
Hotel Oasis – Rooms
- Room Types: Standard and Deluxe Rooms.
- Smoking Rooms: Smoking is not allowed inside the rooms or in public areas, but permitted elsewhere.
- Best Room: All rooms are pretty much the same inside, so the best are on the second (highest) floor.
Hotel Oasis – What’s Nearby?
Restaurants & Bars
- About 500m away, at the corner of Queens Road and the road leading to Wailoaloa Beach, are several options:
- Daikoku – stylish, renowned Fiji-wide eatery with a range of Japanese delights. 7-minute walk.
- Sitar (672 7722) – classy Indian and Thai, with a beer garden. 7-minute walk.
- Burger King – the usual junk food. 6-minute walk.
- Hai Yang Restaurant – Chinese banquets and takeaway, with live seafood.
- Otherwise, at the shopping centre with the Jetpoint supermarket, 100m along Queens Road towards Nadi from the turn-off to Ragg Street, several cafés offer tasty choices, including Raju’s Khana Khazana (946 3288) for excellent Indian cuisine. 4-minute walk.
- Market or Grocery: Jetpoint is a huge supermarket in a shopping centre, about 100m down Queens Road (towards Nadi) from the turn-off at Ragg Street.
Buses travel along Queens Road every few minutes between central Nadi and Lautoka town, via the airport entrance. From the traffic lights, other buses and minibuses also head to Wailoaloa Beach.
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