Monday, April 19, 2010
Fiji Orchid - Upping The Ante for Luxury Short Break Stays
The Fiji Orchid has announced new package options to satisfy guest demands for more than a simple overnight stay or transit day stop at the resort before or after an existing Fijian island cruise or Fiji island resort sojourn.
“Our unique location has always made us a firm favourite of visitors returning from cruising around the islands and needing to relax for a night or two before heading to Nadi International Airport, a 15 minute transfer from the resort – but the feedback from our return guests is – we want more of the calm and seductive magic that Fiji Orchid offers”, said Director of International Sales & Marketing Jan Foletta.
The Fiji Orchid is fast becoming recognised as one of Fiji’s hidden gems, a genuine warm and friendly boutique Fijian 5-star tropical resort, set amidst 2.5 hectares of manicured tropical gardens.
The property was once the treasured orchid plantation of emmy award Hollywood actor Raymond Burr, remembered for his roles in ‘Perry Mason’ and ‘Ironside’. Burr’s two original homes have been since transformed into the Fiji Orchid restaurant and the original South-seas style white colonial plantation home is now the reception area, complemented by six new luxuriously appointed and elegantly designed tented bures.
“The short break holiday has emerged internationally as a significant travel trend in recent years,” Ms. Foletta said. “So with this new short break stay package deal we can now offer the quintessential boutique Fijian luxury experience tailored to suit our guests needs”, she continued.
FIJI ORCHID - 2010 Short Break Deals from FJ$ 1,800 per couple + 17.5% Fiji Tax Valid until 31/3/2011
• 3 nights luxury accommodation and full a carte breakfast daily per person
• return private transfers from/to Nadi airport, Denarau and Lautoka
• 2 Fijian inspired mini spa treatments per couple
• A choice of an offsite activity such as Bounty Island full tour including lunch and snorkelling OR Viti Eco Half Day Tour of Viseisei Village and the warm mud pool visit at Sabeto OR a Sleeping Giant orchid garden tour.
• pure Fiji gift pack per couple
Special room rate of FJ$440 + tax per night is available for guests who have booked the Short Break value package and require a longer stay at The Fiji Orchid. Rates are quoted per couple and include full cooked breakfast.
A special late check-out rate is also available for guests who have evening flights, with rooms available until 9.00pm for an additional FJ$150.00 + tax added to the existing package.
Each air conditioned bure offers the ultimate in luxury with a large canopied bed fitted with quality bedding to ensure a comfortable night’s sleep. Extra large bathroom, a rain shower and use of locally sourced amenities are all part of the guest room experience.
The Fiji Orchid also has a dedicated massage & spa treatment bure, a tranquil haven offering a full range of Fijian inspired day spa treatments and massage therapy.
Luxurious overnight accommodation is available at FJ$550.00 + 17.5% Fiji Govt. Tax including continental breakfast for two persons and private transfers to Denarau or Lautoka.
Day use transit room rates are also available upon request.
Reservations phone 02 9369 3108
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