Radisson Resort Fiji Denarau Island has been awarded a 5 Star rating by AAA Tourism, the national tourism body of Australia's Auto
clubs. AAA Tourism promotes Star Rated accommodation properties to over 6.5 million members of Australia's Auto Clubs, domestic and
international travellers. This is the highest ranking AAA Tourism can award.
Star rating scheme provides certification of official Star Ratings for over 11,000 accommodation properties. AAA Tourism used
over 300 criteria to assess the resort across key areas, including: facilities, services, appearance, décor, maintenance and cleanliness.
Justin Phillips, General Manager of the Radisson Resort Fiji Denarau Island,
said, "This accreditation will create a great atmosphere for the
entire resort team and is a testament to all our hard work to develop this beautiful beachfront resort."
This hard work has resulted in the resort being chosen as the venue for the Amalgamated Telecommunications Strategic Workshops,
another demonstration of the resort's local reputation as one of Fiji's premier function
venues. Guests attending the workshop included Fijian Prime
Minister, Frank Bainimarama; the newly appointed Tourism Minister, Tom Ricketts; Attorney General, Aiyaz Saiyad-Khaium; and many other
telecommunication representatives from Australia and New Zealand.
AAA Tourism has been providing official
Star Ratings for Fiji since mid 2006, Barbara Scott, AAA Tourism's representative in Fiji said, "We
are pleased that the newly established Radisson Resort Fiji Denarau Island has achieved a 5
Star Rating as it meets the highest standards
in all areas."
Radisson Resort Fiji Denarau Island is
one of Fiji's newest upscale beachfront resorts with a 5 star AAA rating and is located just 20 minutes from
Nadi International Airport. Offering 270 guest rooms and suites plus a myriad of facilities nestled around lagoon swimming pools and lush
tropical gardens, the resort is the perfect choice for pure relaxation, a family getaway or to host a great event.
The resort was developed by Tabua Investments Ltd., and is
managed by Carlson Hotels Worldwide - Asia Pacific.
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