Caption: Aerial view of the Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa. Photo: SUPPLIED.
By JOSEPHINE NAVULA
Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa has commenced their refurbishment of more than six million dollars today.
Warwick International Hotel’s Regional Business development Manager, Mr. Bent Huat Ung said the works have started today, with a lot of renovation to be done.
Mr. Ung mentioned they intend to keep craftwork done by prisoners to show their continuous support.“The wall hangings or painting in the rooms are done by prison inmates, Warwick wants to show their support for the yellow ribbon project, “he said.
Mr. Ung also said the last refurbishment of rooms was done in 2011 and this time, it will include renovation and refurbishment.
“Phase 1 renovation work is carried out on the 12 rooms at the moment. At the same time, we will also be improving the public areas and the wedding deck,” he said.
According to WFRS General Manager, Cole Mansfield said the renovation of the guest rooms will allow them to continue their commitment to excellence as well as providing our guests with the best overall experience.
“These new rooms provide our staff with a sense of pride in the product that is present for the guest and thus they put forth in their daily activities. Creating memorable experiences one guest at a time,” he said.
The time frame for the renovation and refurbishment is the next three months.