Local Getaways: The pride of Lautoka
26 October, 2021, 3:24 pm
There is no match to the product and services offered by Tanoa Waterfront Hotel in the Lautoka area that truly makes it the pride of the Sugar City.
It is the largest and only four star hotel in Lautoka City with well-appointed 92 rooms catering for individual travelers and groups alike: be it for leisure or business.
Purpose-built facilities can host groups from 12 to 100 delegates with three air-conditioned conference rooms of which two are interconnecting. And for larger groups (up to 200 people or more), for cocktails, weddings, reunions, retreats or anniversary parties, the Sunset Lawn area or the larger sports field is just magical either enjoying the event under the stars or with a marquee setting.
One of the key features of the hotel is the swimming pool which is conveniently located close to the rooms and is a great place to beat the west heat this summer.
Sunsets are proof that no matter what happens, everyday can end beautifully and there is no better place to experience this but at the Sunset Bar at Tanoa Waterfront Hotel after a day’s hard work.
Also be sure to treat yourself with your loved ones at the fully air-conditioned Fins Restaurant facing the Pacific Ocean Waterfront serving local and international cuisine to suit all tastes from their recently renovated kitchen which has certainly ticked the box for compliance to COVID-19’s protocol on social distancing and hygiene and sanitisation new norms.
The project cost around $180,000 with all new equipment including a high-pressure wok to enhance the authenticity of our Asian cuisine which had been a popular menu item so be sure to try this out on your next visit.
“The trust and loyalty our guests have shown us over the years has been incredible and we are delighted to support Tourism Fiji’s continuous drive to promote local tourism since lifting of restrictions,” said Tanoa Waterfront Hotel manager Ashlyn Naicker.
“This has been our key segment from day one when the hotel opened back in 1987.”