CLUB WYNDHAM DENARAU ISLAND NAMED BEST OF THE BEST IN TRIPADVISOR TRAVELERS’ CHOICE AWARDS
NADI, FIJI (MAY 26, 2021) – Club Wyndham Denarau Island was named on Tripadvisor’s Top 25 resorts in the South Pacific in the review platform’s recent 2021 Travelers’ Choice Awards.
The awards and the resort’s status on the “Best of the Best” list are determined by the quality and quantity of reviews submitted by guests to tripadvisor.com. Club Wyndham Denarau Island currently enjoys a 4.5-star rating on the website and is rated the top resort on Denarau Island in Fiji.
“Our team is thrilled to once again be recognised through the Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards, after topping the family category for the South Pacific region last year. I am immensely proud to lead a team that is committed to delivering a personalised and memorable experience to everyone who checks in,” said General Manager Kaydee George.
“These recognitions from Tripadvisor are special because they are directly influenced by the experience of our visiting Club Wyndham South Pacific owners and their guests and we appreciate them for taking the time to write their favourable reviews online. What is truly incredible is that we have received this accolade despite being closed for a large part of last year.”
The resort has more than 1,600 reviews on Tripadvisor, with many praising friendly staff, generous facilities, quality of food and beverage and onsite activities. One reviewer called the resort “the friendliest place on earth” while another said it was a “second home”.
Club Wyndham Denarau Island is a timeshare resort utilised primarily by the close to 60,000 members of Club Wyndham South Pacific, one of the region’s leading clubs with 51 resorts across Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Thailand, Japan, Hawaii and Europe.
While most of the club’s members – who are based in Australia and New Zealand – have been unable to visit Fiji, the resort has been closed for long periods to undergo extensive refurbishments. These have included everything from repairing the beachfront rock wall and re-thatching bures damaged by cyclones to a full building re-paint and the upgrade of several of the facilities including the kids’ club, swim-up pool bar and the resort’s café, The Latte Lounge. The resort opened on weekends and over the Easter long weekend earlier in the year for locally-based club members and the general public.
When the resort is re-opened, club members will enjoy these upgrades and a wider range of complimentary activities than before, including dive-in-movie nights with a big outdoor screen, kayak and stand up paddle board safaris, photo mementos, basket making, kava demonstrations, coconut leaf weaving, volleyball and Fijian language classes.
The resort boasts a host of facilities including Mamacita Restaurant & Bar, The Beach Shack Bar and Grill, The Latte Lounge located in the lobby and swim up-pool bars at the lagoon-style swimming pool and adults’ only pool. The resort also boasts a kids’ club, day spa, gym and 24-hour reception.
Tripadvisor’s annual Travelers’ Choice Awards are designed to celebrate the world’s best accommodation, restaurants, airlines and destinations.
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About Club Wyndham South Pacific
Club Wyndham® is the flagship vacation ownership brand at Wyndham Destinations, the world’s largest vacation ownership business. . From the busy streets of the Sydney to the calming shores of Bali, Club Wyndham South Pacific owners have access to 51 resorts to unlock new cities, new experiences and new destinations. Club Wyndham South Pacific lets travellers spark their sense of adventure with a range of accommodation options from studios to self-contained one, two and three-bedroom apartments with large kitchens and open living spaces, right through to four-bedroom presidential suites. Wander across town, across the country or across the ocean – no matter what’s on your travel bucket list, Club Wyndham South Pacific offers the chance to live it. Learn more at clubwyndhamsp.com.