As mid-winter sets in, it’s only natural to start thinking about extended vacation stays in a warm tropical destination with friends and family by your side – and Fiji is one of V&T’s favourite getaways.
Better yet, travel feels effortless when you discover Sheraton Denarau Villas, well-known as the resort for extended stays in world-class premium villas with the warmth of Fiji hospitality.
An understated luxury resort in Fiji
The resort’s architectural harmony with the island’s exotic landscape is experienced from the very first moment you arrive. Nestled within a five-star integrated resort, you will find well-appointed two- and three-bedroom villas with private terraces, fully equipped kitchens, and private balconies or patios overlooking Nadi Bay, giving you a sense of home from home with a side of tropical love.
Vacation lifestyle in paradise
There’s nothing more refreshing than plunging into a sparkling pool on a hot day with blue skies above. In the heart of the resort, recharge in the lagoon-style swimming pool and make a splash with the kids, while couples looking for a more relaxed scenic swim can soak up the sun in the resorts infinity pool and order a cocktail or two for refreshing sips from the swim-up bar with its poolside menu.
An exciting schedule of activities and events is organised daily. Take part in cultural kava tasting ceremonies, watersports, beach games, kid’s activities, fruit and native tree planting – and that’s just the start!
Being a guest of Sheraton Denarau Villas means enjoying in-complex facilities within the resort’s neighbouring property, Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach Resort. This includes a world-class championship 18-hole golf course, four swimming pools, tennis courts, a fitness centre and spa, and 24-hour room service.
Epic island dining in Fiji
A wide range of cuisine across five restaurants and five bars ensures you’ll never be hungry. Local seasonal produce keeps the restaurant and bar menus fresh, with an array of dining options featuring produce straight from the resort’s five-acre organic farm.
Experience the alfresco dining of Wet Edge Restaurant overlooking Nadi Bay’s waterfront; this charming restaurant captures Fiji’s magical sunsets. Taste the flavours of Asia with a new menu curated by the resort’s Chef Jinpeng. With nine years of culinary experience, Jinpeng’s latest menu further elevates the restaurant’s dining culture.
Fitness and Spa to keep you in balance
A sense of rest and rebalance is all part of your Fiji holiday. For the workout buffs, keeping up with your fitness goals on holiday, the integrated fitness centre is open from 6 am (to 9 pm), allowing plenty of time to tailor exercise around your resort relaxation.
Unwind at the Heavenly Spa, an inviting space to relax and rejuvenate over various pampering treatments. Golfing enthusiasts can play at a world-class championship 18-hole golf course designed by Eiichi Motohashi. Featuring picturesque landscapes, challenging holes, and professional one-on-one instruction.
Beyond Sheraton Denarau Villas
If looking to venture to nearby attractions, discover one of the most extended zip lines in the world. Or board a private boat from the resort’s jetty to explore Fiji’s vibrant coral reefs. Or try the Sabeto Hot Spring & Mud Pools to complement your enriching experiences in Fiji whilst staying at Sheraton Denarau Villas.
Book to stay at the Sheraton Denarau Villas and experience a range of benefits. With each stay of five nights or longer, you will receive:
- Daily buffet breakfast at Island 619
- Return airport transfers for up to 4 guests
- Complimentary access to the Sheraton Side By Side program activities and benefits
- FJD 500 resort credit per stay
- Buffet dinner or 2-course chef special menu at Island 619 twice per stay
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Enjoy rewarding five-night stays with a range of benefits at any of Marriott’s four inspiring resort getaways in the Fiji Islands, where happiness comes naturally.