Holiday Inn’s New Refurbished Look Emits Style And Comfort
The refurbished guest rooms and suites at Holiday Inn Suva takes inspiration from the hotel’s stunning surroundings.
The hotel is managed by the InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) under its Holiday Inn brand.
Holiday Inn Suva was acquired by FNPF Hotel Resorts Limited, a subsidiary company of the Fiji National Provident Fund in 2005.
The 130 guest rooms, including three suites, have all been fully transformed to offer a contemporary, luxury look while retaining the warm and inviting atmosphere guests have always enjoyed.
The multi-million dollar refurbishment ensured that all room furnishings are upgraded to create a light and contemporary feel with a high quality finish, promising to provide guests with a fresh and comfortable stay.
The en-suite upgrade for the rooms provides a heightened guest room experience.
The completion of the accommodation rooms marks the end of more than a year of refurbishment plan at Holiday Inn.
The interior design gives the rooms a rich, colourful and opulent feel, by adding a touch of masi designs and turquoise to go with white, including mixed furnishings and accessories.
The renovation was carried out in stages. The room renovations followed an earlier upgrade of the restaurant, now known as Sirocco, and the main conference room.
The hotel will also soon commence enhancements of the public area which will conclude the upgrade programme.
Hotel sales and marketing director Doreen Huon said: “We are very happy to have concluded the extensive refurbishment programme of our 130 accommodation rooms.
“Our new rooms provide our guests with modern functionality and comfort and initial feedback from our guests has been overwhelmingly positive.”
Fiji Sun, September 4, 2017