A weekend in paradise – Bula!

When I saw the new Marriott Fiji Momi Bay Resort I knew it was defiantly a resort I had to visit.

Having been to Fiji many times before but never venturing further than Denarau Island I was super excited to be heading off on an adults only long weekend to explore somewhere new.

The Marriott Fiji Momi Bay is a 40-minute drive from Fiji’s main airport in Nadi. Upon arriving at the Marriott you feel instant relaxation as the reality of your daily life disappears and you enter paradise.

We were lucky enough to stay in the Duplex King Lagoon Bure with direct access to our own beach. The bure was huge; all of the furniture and fittings are beautifully chosen to give you that sense of ultimate luxury.

The resort is very cleverly designed into adult only and family areas. All of which are stunning and both cater for the type of holiday you are looking for.

As this was an adult’s only weekend we did stick to the quite side of the resort around our bure, the lagoon and the breathtaking adults only infinity pool.

The infinity pool is adjoined by the divine fish kitchen and sand bar. Each evening mother nature put’s on a sun set like no other. You can sit and enjoy a cocktail at the sand bar, swim in the infinity pool or dine on the edge of the cliff at the fish kitchen. The big ball of fire sets over the ocean leaving you with a sense of peace as your day sets in the most beautiful surroundings.

The resort also hosts 2 other restaurants. The Goji Kitchen serves up the most delicious buffet breakfast and dinner whilst the Lagoon House has a more Italian vibe. We were equally impressed with all of the restaurants and the service was exactly what you would expect from a 5 star resort.

3 nights at the resort were simply not enough and I would love to take the kids back. They have a fabulous kids club that runs activities all day, a kids and family pool and at most of the restaurants kids dine free with a paying adult.

There are daily activities for the adults including yoga, volleyball, and traditional Fijian activities just to name a few.

The classic happy hour happens every day between 4pm and 5pm then again from 9pm until 10pm at the Lagoon Swim up Bar and the Lagoon Main Bar. Live music is played into the evening.

I could not say a bad thing about the Marriott Fiji Momi Bay it’s a great new resort that I feel will bring many tourists to Fiji. The staff even told us that they are building another 250 rooms and a casino over the next 2 years.

I know a few have already messaged me with questions, so please feel free to hit me up if you would like to know anything further.

LP x

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