Fijian resorts reinforce Buchan's Pacific presence

Fijian resorts reinforce Buchan's Pacific presence
Fijian resorts reinforce Buchan's Pacific presence

The architecture firm The Buchan Group has design and refurbishment projects underway at three world-class resorts in Fiji.

They are due to open during the next 18 months.

The resorts include the existing Sheraton Resort & Spa at Tokoriki Island and the Westin Resort & Spa in Denarau, along with the new Momi Bay Resort.

The Buchan Group’s Brisbane Interiors Team was appointed to the Sheraton Tokoriki and Westin Denarau resort projects in 2013.

Some of this work has needed to be redone following damage caused by Cyclone Winston earlier this year.

Fijian resorts reinforce Buchan's Pacific presence

Originally owned by Starwood Hotels, both the Sheraton Tokoriki and the Westin Resort & Spa are now part of Marriott International Group.

Buchan also undertook the concept design and refurbishment for the Sheraton Resort & Spa at Tokoriki Island’s existing 3,632 square metres of central facilities and pool areas, as well as the conception of the resort’s new honeymoon suites. The resort is due to reopen on 1 February 2017.

Fijian resorts reinforce Buchan's Pacific presence

“Since Fiji is one of the world’s most well-known honeymoon destinations, we were tasked to undertake the interior design concept for the resort’s new luxury honeymoon suites,” Davis said.

Construction is expected to be completed soon on the new five-star A$70 million Momi Bay Resort, designed by the Gold Coast team at The Buchan Group.

The 250 room resort, to be operated by Marriott, is located at Momi Bay, 45 minutes from Nadi International Airport.

It will become one of Fiji’s main overwater bure resorts and is centred on a 21 hectare lagoon.

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