Sheraton Resort in Fiji

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Updated: December 10, 2020
By Santorini Dave

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Review of Sheraton Fiji Resort

Sheraton Fiji Resort – Exquisite beach, spacious grounds, and perfect for families.

Most of the rooms in the square, two-level, ocher-colored buildings directly face the sea or offer significant glimpses of the water through angled balconies/patios. With so many activities and a kids club, the Sheraton caters extremely well for families, but doesn’t forget adults, with a child-free pool and ‘quiet zone’. The meandering lagoon-style pool is strikingly located alongside the beach, and there is an impressive arcade of classy boutiques at the lobby. What’s more, the beach is sublime: a curved bay of white sand and blue water that is ideal for walking, swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing.

Sheraton Fiji Resort – The Basics

  • Location: On Denarau Island, attached to the main island of Viti Levu. Denarau is a gated complex of upmarket resorts and not really an ‘island’, but joined to the mainland and accessible along a 50m-long causeway. About 8 km from downtown Nadi and 15 km from the airport.
  • Guests: Caters overwhelmingly for families, although it also welcomes adults without children with special areas and a child-free pool.
  • Beach: This resort has the best beach on Denarau Island, and one of the finest in Fiji. White sand and calm water that is ideal for swimming and kayaking.
  • Views: Many rooms have sea views, but some are distant, and many views, especially from the ground floor, can be partially blocked.
  • WiFi: Free for guests throughout the hotel.
  • Parking: Always somewhere for guests to park for no cost.
  • Nice Perks: Guests can use the facilities in the adjoining and associated resorts: the Sheraton Villas and the Westin Resort.
  • How to Book: will have the best rates.
  • Phone: (679) 675 0777
  • Email:
  • Website:

Sheraton Fiji Resort – Amenities

  • Pool: Huge lagoon-style pool for families as well as an adults-only pool.
  • Spa: Guests can use the award-wining and sophisticated Heavenly Spa at the sister Westin Resort next door. Serene and romantic, it offers a steam room, jacuzzi, and hydrotherapy tub.
  • Fitness Center: Guests can use the Workout Fitness Studio at the Westin Resort.
  • Private Pools/Jacuzzis: None.
  • Activities: There’s a water sports counter and the Denarau Golf & Racquet Club, about 1.2 km from the resort, also has tennis courts.
  • For families: The LaiLai Kids Club offers many activities for the young ones. There’s also a playground at the resort, and another at the neighboring Westin Resort. About 600m up the road is the Big Bula Water Park, enjoyed by adults (up to 85 kg) and children alike.

Sheraton Fiji Resort – Food and Drink

  • Restaurants & Bars: Flying Fish Restaurant Fiji – With a superb open-air setting alongside the beach. Specializes in seafood, but also a good place to try traditional Fijian food. Lofty prices and live music. Dress up. • Ports O’Call – More affordable for seafood and steaks. Charming, with an ‘ocean liner’ sort of décor. • Feast Restaurant – Casual dining alongside the pool. Mediterranean-influenced meals, themed buffets (e.g. Fijian and seafood), and wood-fired pizzas. Also, buffet breakfast. Not open for lunch. • The Pantry – At the lobby for coffees, pastries, and snacks.
  • Breakfast: Breakfast is not included. Discounts on buffet breakfasts are possible when booking the rooms.
  • Room Service: Available 24 hours a day.

Sheraton Fiji Resort – Rooms

  • Room Types: Ocean Breeze Room • Ocean View Room • Ocean Front Room • Ocean Studio Room • Presidential Suite
  • Smoking Rooms: Smoking is not allowed in the rooms or public areas, but is permitted in the gardens and on the beach.
  • Best Room: The single Presidential Suite is superb, with an extended living/dining area, gorgeous tropical décor, and broad windows/doors facing the beach only 10m away.
  • For families: All rooms (but not the suites) can accommodate families of 4, and many have connecting doors. Check out the competitively-priced packaged deals for families.

Sheraton Fiji Resort – What’s Nearby?

Best Nearby Restaurants & Bars

  • Just steps up the road, Bulaccino Café has coffees, smoothies, pizzas, and vegetarian meals, and the Creperie Café is great for wraps, crepes, and light meals.
    Otherwise, catch the Bula Bus, which passes by every 20 minutes, to Port Denarau and try:

  • The resort also encourages guests to eat and drink at the associated and adjoining Sheraton Denarau Villas and the Westin Resort, such as The Wet Edge (for casual poolside dining), Kitchen Grill (seafood and steaks on the beach), and Zing (fusion Asian for dinner).
  • Mamacita Mexican Restaurant & Bar – At the Wyndham Resort, 600m down the road, for tacos and tequila, and all things in between.
  • Bonefish Seafood Restaurant – Casual, with excellent service and large portions. Try the Crab Curry or seafood platters.
  • Indigo Indian Asian Restaurant & Bar – Always popular for spicy food, including seafood curries. Vegetarian meals available.
  • Cardo’s Fiji – Steak, seafood, and daily specials including lobster, burgers, and pizzas.

Nearby Market or Grocery

  • Yees Gourmet Deli, a minute’s walk up the road and next to Bulaccino, offers an impressive selection of foods and snacks. It’s also a well-stocked general store.

Local Transport

  • The Bula bus links all resorts on Denarau Island with the restaurants, shops, and other facilities at Port Denarau. Public Westbuses also link Denarau with downtown Nadi. Otherwise, plenty of metered taxis are available.

Sheraton Fiji Resort – The Hotel

The resort is upscale but room blocks are unattractive.

The resort has almost 300 rooms, all in the same square and in similar blocks.

Minor touches makes the resort layout quite lovely.

The layout of the resort is quite lovely, with minor touches all over, like lilies in stone vases.

Adults-only pool is magnificent but noisy.

The adults-only pool is magnificent, though it’s within earshot of the family pool.

The main pool is long and has great sea views.

The main lagoon-style pool meanders across the grounds alongside the beach.

The long and snaking main pool offers amazing sea views.

The pool offers lots of shady palms and superb views of the sea.

The pool's swim-up bar is popular during sunsets.

The pool also features a swim-up bar, perfect for cocktails at sunset.

The main lagoon-shaped pool seems to stretch forever.

The pool seems to stretch forever, so there’s plenty of space for everyone.

Sheraton has the island's finest beach.

The Sheraton boasts the finest beach on Denarau Island.

The resort beach is popular for sunbathing and sunset walks.

The resort beach is excellent for sunbathing and walking.

Some parts of the beach are unappealing but the views are great.

Not all the beach areas around the resort are that inviting, but the views are always excellent.

There are plenty of lounge chairs around the beaches.

The beaches around the resort are lined with lounge chairs.

Rooms are well-furnished.

The rooms are well-appointed, with a subtle blend of soothing colors.

Onsite Feast restaurant features a long bar.

At the resort, the Feast Restaurant has a long bar.

Feast restaurant serves excellent breakfast buffets and dinners.

It serves buffet breakfast and excellent evening meals.

The Pantry in the lobby is popular for coffee and pastries.

In the lobby area, The Pantry serves coffee, pastries, and light meals.

There is an impressive shopping arcade within the resort.

The resort offers an impressive range of elegant shops in an arcade.

The resort has a decent playground for kids.

In between the rooms, there is a small but decent playground on the sand.

Big Bula Water Park nearby is very popular.

The Big Bula Water Park is enjoyed by adults and children.

Denarau Golf Course is situated close by.

About 1.2 km away, and accessible by bus, is the Denarau Golf Course.

Bula Bus provides excellent connectivity across the island.

The Bula Bus connects every resort (and the golf course) on Denarau Island with all the fantastic shops, cafés, and other facilities at Port Denarau.

Downtown Nadi can be accessed by Westbus company.

The Westbus company links Denarau Island with downtown Nadi.

Handicraft Centre in downtown Nadi is worth visiting.

There isn’t much reason to visit downtown Nadi, although the handicraft center is worth a look.

Port Denarau Marina is easily accessible by Bula bus.

Easily accessible on the Bula bus is Port Denarau, a marina with luxury boats.

There are good places to dine and shop at Port Denarau.

Port Denarau offers many great places to eat, drink, and shop.

Ferries and boat trips can be arranged from Port Denarau terminal.

It is also the departure point for boat trips and ferries to the outer islands.

Souvenir shopping at Jack's of Fiji in Port Denarau.

One of numerous places to shop in Port Denarau is Jack’s of Fiji, part of a chain of elegant souvenir shops.

Indigo Restaurant is classy and serves good Indian and Asian food.

The Indigo Indian Asian Restaurant & Bar is one of several classy eateries at Port Denarau.

Bonefish restaurant serves excellent seafood.

Bonefish is another excellent waterside café there serving seafood.

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