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Fiji’s Plantation Island Resort Taking Bookings for New State of the Art Convention Centre

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Fiji’s Plantation Island Resort has started taking bookings for its new state of the art Convention Centre which officially opens for business on 1 November 2009.

To celebrate the event, the popular Mamanuca Islands resort is offering PCO’s a 20% discount off group accommodation rates plus one FOC room for every 10 rooms booked.

The new Convention Centre offers an island MICE destination with a difference and provides an ideal alternative for Fiji-bound group and conference MICE traffic looking for an alternative to the Denarau resort area, Nadi and the Coral Coast.

A perfect island setting for conferences, meetings, product launches, exhibitions and private functions, the new Convention Centre features eight function rooms offering a total of 800 square metres of well-appointed space.

These include a pre-function area, five conference rooms, four breakout rooms and a boardroom all of which incorporate sound proofing, air-conditioning, natural lighting and audio-visual facilities.

The complex also features an on-site F&B facility, ‘The Black Coral Bar & Restaurant’, which can cater for groups of between 10-350 people exclusively.

The conference facilities have been complimented with a wide range of team building activities, incentive programs and themed events.

These include treasure hunts, fishing charters, learn to sail days, spa treatments, sunset cruises, picnics and cooking lessons.

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