Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay is a five-star resort situated at Momi Bay in Fiji just 35 km or a 45-minute drive from Nadi International airport. 

Onsite facilities include 3 swimming pools including the main pool with a swim-up bar, a kids pool and adults-only infinity pool, 3 restaurants, fitness centre with 24-hour access to all resort guests, two floodlit tennis courts and Quan Spa which has 6 spacious treatments rooms. 

Watersport activities include kayaking and standup paddleboards and the Turtles Kids Club provides a wide range of activities.

This hotel has a smoke free policy.

The resort features 250 rooms including 136 contemporary Deluxe rooms and 114 luxurious Bure Villas, including 22 unique overwater Bure Villa with direct lagoon access. All rooms and Bure Villas come with a private balcony or terrace and extensive views of the pool, lagoon or ocean.

Accommodation Rooms include a balcony or patio with sitting area, high-speed internet access, individual climate control air-conditioning, hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers, 49” LED TV, laptop safe, USB charger, 24-hour room service, mini-bar fridge, Tea & Coffee making facilities.

The resort offers a range of modern and flexible event and meeting venues. The 360sqm Grand Salon Ballroom can be divided into 3 rooms of 120sqm each.  There is a separate boardroom and 1,200sqm of outdoor, pre-function space ideal for breaks, parties, or exhibition space.  There is also a variety of outdoor spaces with Lagoon and Ocean views, ideal for functions.

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