Updated: July 8, 2018
Tokatoka Resort Nadi Fiji – Expansive, great facilities, and convenient to the airport – a transit hotel and family resort.
Despite its position just across the road from the airport (but somehow rarely unaffected by plane noise), this is a bona fide resort, rather than just somewhere to stay overnight between connections. For example, the pool is lagoon-style and features a decent waterslide (which is surprisingly rare elsewhere). In blocks that unexpectedly face the quiet access road rather than the gardens, the rooms are comfortable without being remarkable, and many have connecting doors. But most accommodation is in semi-detached villas with louver windows, a full kitchen, and oodles of space, so they’re ideal for families. It is isolated, with very few places nearby to eat, drink or shop, but regular buses head down the road for all sorts of great options.
Tokatoka Resort Nadi Fiji – The Basics
- Location: Along Queens Road in Nadi, on the main island of Viti Levu. Directly opposite the entrance to the Nadi Airport. About 10km from downtown Nadi and 8km from Wailoaloa Beach.
- Guests: Caters especially well for those waiting for flights, but is also a genuine and affordable resort for families.
- Beach: The nearest beach is at Wailoaloa (8km), accessible by bus along Queens Road – possibly with a connection at the junction (with the traffic lights) leading to the beach. The beach is disappointing, however: grey and gritty, with debris washed ashore at high-tide. But the general area is popular for walks and sunsets, and there’s a tropical holiday vibe along the main drag in Wailoaloa that’s absent elsewhere in Nadi.
- Views: Almost all villas overlook gardens, while most rooms in the blocks face a quiet road.
- Wi-Fi Internet: Available free in the lobby, bar and restaurant, but charges for use within the rooms.
- Nice Perks: Complimentary shuttle bus to/from the airport.
- Parking: Plenty of space to park a car.
- Phone: (679) 672 0222
- Email: [email protected]
- Website: https://warwickhotels.com/tokatoka-resort/
- 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.
Tokatoka Resort Nadi Fiji – Amenities
- Pool: A sizeable pool with a waterslide, plenty of cover, and a separate children’s area.
- Spa: The Tokatoka Spa offers more than the usual, including hair braiding, waxing and eyebrow stuff.
- Fitness Center: A sizeable gym with decent equipment.
- Private Pools/Jacuzzis: Not expected or provided in this sort of family resort.
Tokatoka Resort Nadi Fiji – Food and Drink
- Restaurant: Alongside the pool, the KanaVata Restaurant is a casual eatery, mainly for guests, especially at breakfast. With a vast menu, great options for vegetarians, and children’s meals, it uses home-grown organic vegetables.
- Lounge/Bar: The pleasant Poolside Bar is much more appealing than expected: spacious and colourful, with meals available.
- Breakfast: Not included, but can be booked with the room or paid for separately at the time.
- Room Service: Available 24 hours.
Tokatoka Resort Nadi Fiji – Rooms
- Room Types: Studio Rooms • Family Villas • Suites • 1-Bedroom Villas
- Smoking Rooms: Smoking not allowed in the rooms or bars/restaurants, but allowed in the gardens.
- Best Room: The 1-Bedroom Villas are more spacious than the rooms in the blocks. They feature a double bed and 2 singles, so ideal for families.
- For families: The 1-Bedroom Villas allow 2 single beds in the separate lounge area, and connecting doors to a studio room are also possible. Kitchen also included. With 3 or 4 beds in the same room, the Family Villas are more squeezy.
Tokatoka Resort Nadi Fiji – What’s Nearby?
Restaurants & Bars
- At the neighbouring Fiji Gateway Resort, there are 2 options: the Palm Court Al Fresco Café is undercover and open-air with Fijian décor, all-day dining and specialties including kokoda spicy grilled fish; or the classier Bure Restaurant for dinner only. 6-minute walk.
- Otherwise, head down Queens Road to the shopping centre with the Jetpoint supermarket for Wishbone & Pizza King, a takeaway, with Chinese food and nice bar; and Raju’s Khana Khazana, for excellent Indian food and set-priced meals. 8-minute drive.
- Another 200m down the road at the traffic lights are three places on a corner: Sitar (tasty Indian and Thai food, and a beer garden); Hai Ying Restaurant (Chinese banquets and takeaway, including live seafood); and Burger King. 9-minute drive.
- Market or Grocery: Walk over to the airport for basic supplies at the minimarts there, or take a bus or taxi (5.5km) to the Jetpoint supermarket at the shopping centre.
Plenty of buses and minibuses head down Queens Road to the centre of Nadi. Can easily walk to/from the airport.
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