Tokyo is an islet within the Mamanuca Islands of Fiji in the South Pacific. It' home to two major luxurious private destinations, Tokoriki Iceland Wedding and Couple Private Spa and Sheraton Spa & Tokoriki Island The islands own dive and snorkelling area.
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Tokyo Island Resort - a Kuoni Resort in Fiji
Spend rotten summer in one of the two fresh water swimmingpools amid the turbid water of the Laguna or perhaps in the spas with a view of the sea. If you are looking for something more relaxed, visit the Bula Brasserie, which serves a variety of night-time cuisine. Expand your room into an Oceanview Room for excellent views or use the Warwick Deluxe Rooms for VIP club entrance and a quiet setting in a private piano within the area.
Rooms and cottages (thatched bungalows) are of different sizes and provide a variety of lagoons or resorts view. Likuliku, which means "calm water", is a delightful, isolated hiding place, ideal for a relaxing getaway and the home of the only surface Bure in Fiji. Situated on the island of Malolo, Likuliku has an important part to play in its myths and histories and you can see some of the holy places spread throughout the area, in particular the Yadra Cave, where desires are fulfilled, and the Vatu Tagi, the crying rocks.
Immerse yourself in a state of tranquillity in the Tatadra spas and experience the soft breezes on your body and the excitement of a sensuous Fiji tan. Swim, go kayaking or snorkeling in the tranquil water of the Laguna and admire the submarine spectacular of the shimmering fishies. Classy and roomy Boers are decorated with traditional crafts and crafts.
The Beachfront and Garden Beachfront bureas have a bath room with outside showers, sunbathing area and a large terrace. The Deluxe Beachfront also has a swimming area. The exclusive Overwater Boures have immediate entrance to the lake, a seperate swimming pavillon and a chef's cannapé plat. From every dining room you have a sea view, which offers you a tasty kitchen and a menu that changes every day.
Situated in a luxuriant greenery, the rooms are great for those who just need a basis to relax while they enjoy the resort's beautiful locations and activity. If you are looking for an outstanding beach front with your own dive tank, the charm of Bures beach front is for you. Vulcan peaks, emerging green dales and rainforest form the backdrop for this remote destination, which flees Fiji's touristic archipelago and was named a "Leading Spa Resort" at the 2016 World Travel Awards.
Dive into the Fiji way of living with indigenous rituals such as a time-honoured cava service, where you can see how locally smacked cava roots into a thin layer of dust by locals before you enjoy Fiji's nation-beverage. Situated around the convivial Bure Kalau, where the atmosphere is very relaxing and you don't have to wear costumes for supper.
Fresch seasons are used to make a mix of Pacific Fiji food for the different meals every day. Reed-covered Boers and mansions are hidden in garden on the shore. Traditionally in high ceiling styles, fitted with majestic Indian stone flooring and Fiji arts, they have roomy lounge areas, outside shower rooms and sea-view.