Bounty Island Resort, Ba
Bounty Island Resort, Ba
Bounty Island Resort, Ba
Bounty Island Resort, Ba
Bounty Island Resort, Ba
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Bounty Island Resort

Ba

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TomLees
18 Mar 2020
I was due to stay at Serenity Island Resort in April 2020 but due to Covid-19 travel restrictions, I am not able to go. As there is currently no official ban of travel between Singapore and Fiji, and only a strong recommendation, I did not necessarily qualify for a refund on my booking. I don't want to potentially spread the virus further by travelling during this difficult time, and in particular to Fiji where there are currently no cases. However after emailing to explain the situation, Serenity Island Resort provided a full refund with no questions asked and despite the booking being non-refundable. It is so refreshing to have a resort show a personal touch during this difficult time - something other much larger resorts have not done. I'm very sad that I will not be able to make it to Serenity Island Resort but if their customer service is anything to go by, I would have had an absolutely fantastic time.
ScorpioIRC
12 Des 2018
We travelled to Fiji in September 2017 - sorry about the delay. Stayed at The Warwick for a week and then a few days on Bounty (now Serenity Island, I believe). The reports are kinda right, in that the resort was a bit aged in September 2017. But the room we had was good (plain, but clean and comfortable). Some other aspects of the island were noticeably aged. The meals were good (compared to a previous experience on a different island, where I found the meals bland and limited) with a minimum of 6 options and it was tasty. Certainly no a la carte, but hey ... you fussy champagne drinkers on a beer budgets ... it was a tasty smorgasboard meal plan for goodness sake on a Fijian Island (where they have to ship everything in)! The island staff were a bit down when we first arrived - not the usual singing and "BULA" greeting mob. We found out from a Fijian friend that the long term owner / manager had left and the changes were leaving the local staff a bit 'left out and cold'. There was also a film crew shooting a Bollywood movie over a couple of days - they 'took over the pool and bar', and I found the film crew be a bit disrespectful to the local Fijian staff as well. Overall we found the visit enjoyable. Tabuna (spell?) the aircon mechanic was a good host and we had a couple of chats and a kava session. We struck up a friendship in the 5 days I was there. My group got lucky with a coconut climbing exhibition on the last day. I took my baby (21 yo daughter), and travelled with my partner and her two teenagers. I reflect back on those few days, taking an extended walk around the small island with my partner and my baby girl (yes, the 21 yo). It was very enjoyable for those few days - no phone, internet, TV ... nothing but white sand, bar, chats, regular nana naps, eating and the occasional snorkelling event. I would like to go back and mingle with the staff. When you show some respect and courtesy the true locals warm to you. I wouldn't mind checking out the improvements (noted from other posts). Vinaka vaka levu and moce, From 'Mr Eel'.
Canpen
27 Feb 2019 - Pasangan
This island (now called Serenity Island) was our last stop before going home to frigid Canada 🇨🇦. What a treat! The staff was sooo accommodating. Island is laid back, beautiful, food was good. Accommodations were great, wifi was excellent, Smart TV, beds were comfortable. Snorkeling heaven!! Need I say more. Must visit. The staff are number one in my books.
Jennifer H
18 Sep 2018
This is a beautiful island. It is close to Denarau, small enough to walk around and the beachfront villas are equipped with garden furniture on the balconies and hammocks on the beach. The menu, while limited, caters for all tastes and is delicious. The staff are available to assist in any situation and the manager is visible. One of the best features is the the well lit boardwalk.
Lindsay T
11 Jul 2018
I travel a lot mostly on business and I paid Bounty Island Resort another visit recently, it's now called Serenity Island Resort. I was there before the refurbishment last year, which most of the pictures show, and was amazed at the improvements. The peace and quiet are exactly the same but everything else has been transformed. The rooms are now totally up to date and super comfortable with decks and beach hammocks for every room. The dining and recreation buildings are now connected on one level by a pretty impressive pavilion, all done in the traditional Fijian style. Didn't get a chance to do the watersports but was all there and the reef snorkelling is great apparently. The turtle nursery is an interesting activity, and the conference centre is huge. This used to be a traditional meeting place for the landowners, but is now a great place for small conferences. Staff were super friendly and overall the new resort has been lifted a few stars, especially with the new menu - amazing dining!
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4.0
Dari 474 review
Kebersihan
3.5
Kamar
3.5
Lokasi
4.5
Layanan
4.0
Nilai
4.0
Pasangan
212
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65
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46
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TomLees
18 Mar 2020 -
I was due to stay at Serenity Island Resort in April 2020 but due to Covid-19 travel restrictions, I am not able to go. As there is currently no official ban of travel between Singapore and Fiji, and only a strong recommendation, I did not necessarily qualify for a refund on my booking. I don't want to potentially spread the virus further by travelling during this difficult time, and in particular to Fiji where there are currently no cases. However after emailing to explain the situation, Serenity Island Resort provided a full refund with no questions asked and despite the booking being non-refundable. It is so refreshing to have a resort show a personal touch during this difficult time - something other much larger resorts have not done. I'm very sad that I will not be able to make it to Serenity Island Resort but if their customer service is anything to go by, I would have had an absolutely fantastic time.
ScorpioIRC
12 Des 2018 -
We travelled to Fiji in September 2017 - sorry about the delay. Stayed at The Warwick for a week and then a few days on Bounty (now Serenity Island, I believe). The reports are kinda right, in that the resort was a bit aged in September 2017. But the room we had was good (plain, but clean and comfortable). Some other aspects of the island were noticeably aged. The meals were good (compared to a previous experience on a different island, where I found the meals bland and limited) with a minimum of 6 options and it was tasty. Certainly no a la carte, but hey ... you fussy champagne drinkers on a beer budgets ... it was a tasty smorgasboard meal plan for goodness sake on a Fijian Island (where they have to ship everything in)! The island staff were a bit down when we first arrived - not the usual singing and "BULA" greeting mob. We found out from a Fijian friend that the long term owner / manager had left and the changes were leaving the local staff a bit 'left out and cold'. There was also a film crew shooting a Bollywood movie over a couple of days - they 'took over the pool and bar', and I found the film crew be a bit disrespectful to the local Fijian staff as well. Overall we found the visit enjoyable. Tabuna (spell?) the aircon mechanic was a good host and we had a couple of chats and a kava session. We struck up a friendship in the 5 days I was there. My group got lucky with a coconut climbing exhibition on the last day. I took my baby (21 yo daughter), and travelled with my partner and her two teenagers. I reflect back on those few days, taking an extended walk around the small island with my partner and my baby girl (yes, the 21 yo). It was very enjoyable for those few days - no phone, internet, TV ... nothing but white sand, bar, chats, regular nana naps, eating and the occasional snorkelling event. I would like to go back and mingle with the staff. When you show some respect and courtesy the true locals warm to you. I wouldn't mind checking out the improvements (noted from other posts). Vinaka vaka levu and moce, From 'Mr Eel'.
Canpen
27 Feb 2019 - Pasangan
This island (now called Serenity Island) was our last stop before going home to frigid Canada 🇨🇦. What a treat! The staff was sooo accommodating. Island is laid back, beautiful, food was good. Accommodations were great, wifi was excellent, Smart TV, beds were comfortable. Snorkeling heaven!! Need I say more. Must visit. The staff are number one in my books.
Jennifer H
18 Sep 2018 -
This is a beautiful island. It is close to Denarau, small enough to walk around and the beachfront villas are equipped with garden furniture on the balconies and hammocks on the beach. The menu, while limited, caters for all tastes and is delicious. The staff are available to assist in any situation and the manager is visible. One of the best features is the the well lit boardwalk.
Lindsay T
11 Jul 2018 -
I travel a lot mostly on business and I paid Bounty Island Resort another visit recently, it's now called Serenity Island Resort. I was there before the refurbishment last year, which most of the pictures show, and was amazed at the improvements. The peace and quiet are exactly the same but everything else has been transformed. The rooms are now totally up to date and super comfortable with decks and beach hammocks for every room. The dining and recreation buildings are now connected on one level by a pretty impressive pavilion, all done in the traditional Fijian style. Didn't get a chance to do the watersports but was all there and the reef snorkelling is great apparently. The turtle nursery is an interesting activity, and the conference centre is huge. This used to be a traditional meeting place for the landowners, but is now a great place for small conferences. Staff were super friendly and overall the new resort has been lifted a few stars, especially with the new menu - amazing dining!
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