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Fiji Resort Review: Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay

May 7, 2021 No Comments

There are only three resorts in Fiji with those picturesque overwater bungalows. One of those resorts happens to be Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay, a resort found on Viti Levu, Fiji’s largest island. Is it worth the stay? In this guide, we’ll review Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay and reveal what to expect, which room to pick, and other fine points you need to know.

Marriott Resort Fiji review

Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay Review

Essential Information

Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay is one of the most popular resorts on Viti Levu. Tucked away from any major towns, the resort is luxurious and spacious. While the lower-tier lagoon rooms do have that sterile hotel chain vibe, the oceanfront and overwater bures allow you to feel as though you’re in the South Pacific.

Best for: Families, couples, and Fiji’s best buffet breakfast.

Category: Mid-range to luxury.

Beach: The resort is set around white-sand lagoon. The lagoon is manmade and the water can be murky at times. Despite this, the beaches are nice and you can usually find a spot to yourself.

Location: Momi Bay, Viti Levu, a 45-minute drive south from Nadi; 3-hour drive west from Suva.

How to book: Agoda – offers best price guarantee.

Contact information: Ph. +679 670-7000 | Marriott.com

ProsCons
One of the few resorts in Fiji with overwater bures.Overwater bures are not private as the resort is centered around them.
Large resort with plenty of activities to do, great dining and drinking venues.Beach lagoon can be murky. No accessible reef snorkeling.
The seaside infinity pool and jacuzzi is one of the best on Viti Levu.Remote location makes stay quite insulated without offering private island appeals.
Each room option is modern and spacious.

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Resort Amenities and Activities

Pools: Fiji Marriott Momi Bay has two pools on its property, a family-friendly pool where activities are held as well as an adults-only infinity pool with accompanying spa. The infinity pool is next to a bar and restaurant, and surrounded with day beds. You can easily spend your whole day at the resort sticking to its pools.

Spa: Quan Spa onsite offers body scrubs, facials, wraps, manis and pedis, waxing, plus hair treatments.

Fitness Center: There’s a clean and well-equipped 24-hour fitness center onsite with treadmills, ellipticals, weight sets, and lockers.

Kids club: Fiji Marriott Momi Bay is family-friendly and offers the Turtles Kids Club that runs from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm daily, with a break for lunch. Kids will spend their time doing basket weaving, coconut husking, dancing, singing, and playing at the resort’s playground.

Included activities: Access to 24-hour fitness center; playground. Unlike many other resorts on Viti Levu, Fiji Marriott Momi Bay lacks when it comes to included activities.

Paid activities: Standup paddling, kayaking, snorkeling excursions, scuba diving, surfing, inland excursions.

Rooms

There are multiple room and villa options available to choose from at Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay, making it one of the most versatile places to stay in Fiji when it comes to making groups and families happy. Let’s break it down, shall we?

Marriott Momi Bay Overwater Bures

On one side of the resort, you have rooms that resemble traditional hotel rooms. These are part of a block and typically have views of the lagoon.

On the resorts peninsula, you’ll find the oceanview bures and villas that are a bit more spacious than the hotel rooms, and these come in either double or family-friendly configurations. These rooms have access either to the ocean or the lagoon, all have large private balconies.

Finally, there are the overwater bures, reserved for adults only. These rooms are of course what Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay is famous for. Spacious and well-appointed, these certainly have a luxury appeal.

Overwater Bures at Marriott Fiji

Our top pick are the oceanfront bures. You might be wondering, why not the overwater bures? While the overwater bures are spacious and no doubt romantic, the resort is built around them with a popular hang-out beach nearby. This takes away from the element of privacy. However, there’s no doubt there’s an element of novelty to them. The oceanfront bures hold a little better value for money, are just as spacious and luxurious, and have the added perk of being able to relax directly on the beach.

Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay Beach Front

If you are conscious of cost, we recommend sleeping one or two nights in one of the other room options, and ending your stay in an overwater bure.

Best room for families: Adjoining family bure or family lagoon front room.
Best room for novelty: Overwater bure.
Best room for couples: Overwater bure or oceanfront bure.

Bars and Restaurants

The dining is top-tier at Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay, with their buffet breakfast being second to none in Fiji. Some of the writers at Tropical Go have even been known to skip lunch following a morning spent at the buffet! The main restaurant onsite is Goji Kitchen & Bar, primarily serving Asian-Fusion. The menu changes depending on the night.

The Fish Bar is one of the major allures of the resort, set alongside an infinity pool. It serves seafood, barbecued meats, cocktails, and a small sampling of vegetarian-friendly fare in a casual atmosphere.

Pastas, pizzas, and burgers are served at the Lagoon Lounge and Bar, complete with a swim-up bar. The resort also offers in-room dining, as expected.

The range of dining options means you won’t be bored even if you spend all your time at the resort.

Evening entertainment: The resort regularly hosts entertainment performances like mekes and fire dances. The main reception area also has a hangout spot if you want to play a game of cards long after the lights go out.

How to get to Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay

Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay is on the island of Viti Levu. From Suva, drive 2.5-hours west along Queens Road until you see the turn-off for Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay. From Nadi, the resort is south along Queens Road, turning at the sign marked for the resort. It is not easy to access public transport from the resort, so it’s best to hire a driver or rent a car.

Similar Hotels to Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay

If you’re looking for…

Overwater bures: Likuliku Lagoon Resort, Malolo Island or Koro Sun Resort, Savusavu
Kid-friendly luxury: Outrigger Fiji, Viti Levu or Castaway Island Resort, Mamanucas

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Chantae Reden

Chantae is the Coconut in Chief at Tropical Go. She is the author of Moon Bali & Lombok and lives in Suva, Fiji. She is a freediver, scuba diver, and surfer who is scared of big waves. Her drink of choice is a mojito--mostly because it's fun to say.

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