Serenity Island Resort, Ba
Serenity Island Resort, Ba
Serenity Island Resort, Ba
Serenity Island Resort, Ba
Serenity Island Resort, Ba
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Serenity Island Resort

Ba

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ExoticexplorerFia
22 Jan 2020
This little gem is very very good for the money it costs to stay here! The beach bungalows are newly built and are tastefully furnished in a modern, fresh style with nice furniture. They each have a hammock and sun lounger, which is so cool to relax in - Very Robinson Crusoe-feeling! The resort has beautiful gardens, a fine nursery for the vegetables and a turtle sanctionary. They rise baby turtles and as a guest you can take part in the daily feeding of the little turtles - with your own hands (protected by surgeon gloves). It is easy to walk around the island by yourself and there is lots of space. The resort has a cosy open restaurant, where you can sit with your toes in the sand and the food is good. Almost every night we enjoyed Fijian dance performances and singing, which was the absolute highlight of our stay! We have never seen such joy as in the hotel staff traditional dances! Another daily highlight is the chief´s lightening of the torches on the beach. There are also daily free activites which are very nice to take part in, like making baskets or tasting the local magic brew. Snorkelling off the beach is quite good, with lots of colourful fish. It can be a bit tricky to get into the water, beacuse of all the coral, but once you are in the snorkelling is beautiful. There is also a nice swimming pool to cool off in. What we appreciated most was the wonderful staff - so warm hearted and lovely people! Thank you all at Serenity Island!
sviqueen
02 Jan 2020
Serenity island My husband and I spent 12 nights at Serenity Island (formerly Bounty Island on the port maps), and enjoyed our time there. The average stay is 4-5 days, I think; for us, a 7-day stay would probably have been the sweet spot, just being the type of holidayers we are, but we had a great time. Snorkeling right outside the door? We’re in. Our part of the beachfront was good, some coral bits and the like, but nothing insurmountable. Landscaping staff rake the flotsam fairly regularly. We’re keen to snorkel, and weren’t disappointed - except on rough days. We’ve not seen as much coral as we did at Serenity, and a great variety of fish: 2 types of shark, spotted ray, titan triggerfish, trevally, moray eels and what we call the ‘usual suspects’ from our other S Pacific visits. Our bure was beachfront, steps to the water. Neighbours a bit loud one night, but they wrapped up by 11pm. Everyone we met – from groundskeepers, electrician, reception, kitchen and dining room, activities – was top notch. We will note Sammy from reception, Emma, Moses and Sam from the dining room, and Barry, as we had most contact with them. I think many of the staff multi-task; Barry is a prime example of this. The man who does the baking at the resort is a wiz (there’s likely more than just the one, but I’m sorry I don’t know his name). Most - if not all - of the breads and cakes and buns are made in house, and remind me of family baking from years ago. Thumbs up. Housekeeping comes every day. They will top up tea/instant coffee, and bring milk if required. We didn’t have any specific requests, but the staff always seemed accommodating. The General Manager was often on site, and happy to chat and answer questions. There are plans to expand the resort over the next 3 years, adding another 10 acres of development to the current 10, with room to add almost the same again down the road. Transport to and from the island was good, though pricey – it costs what it costs. We heard the resort owner also owns the boats – a good business plan. You can check to compare competitors’ rates. As long stay guests, our last night’s dinner was set up at a private table poolside, and we were serenaded as we ate. A lovely touch to end our stay. Thanks to all at Serenity Island from Bure 14. Tips: Cola at Port Denaru advised us to take water with us. We bought a 6 pack of 1.5 liter bottles, On the island, top up your supply from the bar ($7.50FJ) or save a bit buying from the shop instead ($4.50FJ). The resort has installed an expensive desalination and filtering system, but the water does still have a salty tang; tea drinkers I know would use their bottled water. Dinner options may not change as much as some people like, but we ate well. The Thai beef salad changed up after a few days, and became a fresher, lighter version that was also very tasty. We shared that more often than not, with a second entrée. Two heads-up on the menu: 1) if you see the “Jurassic beef ribs on the menu” go for it, but you’d better be at least 2 people sharing, and very fond of meat. 2) if you have the War club, you might also want to share: remember the hefty slices of tasty bread from breakfast? The chef uses 3 slices of those to make the sandwich. You’ve been warned. Photos attached. Onsite leave a book/ take a book library in the lobby: bonus on the stormy days. There’s a Hawksbill turtle support program at the resort: join the staff to give the little guys a rub or a scrub; if you’re really lucky, you’ll be at the resort when the turtles are returned to the water. Make a coconut frond basket with Barry (bring a band-aid), or take part in the ‘brown coconut’ processing class. Beach stroll, beach volleyball, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards. We brought our own snorkel gear, but the resort also provides equipment. Off-island tours, fishing excursions available. Thatched-roof open 'cabanas' (for lack of a better word) with loungers, counterclockwise up the beach from the pool and lobby. Internet if you want to keep in touch. We wouldn’t recommend opting for the (breakfast) meal plan. At $35FJ per person, it’s a hefty bill for a traditional, protein-free continental breakfast - and really, it's our only gripe. There are many a la carte menu options that will cost much less. In hindsight, we could have gone a la carte all the way, and still had lots to spare for dinners as well. Would suggest this plan be tweaked, or that there be more info online for people to make an informed choice.
Stacey L
08 Jan 2020 - Pasangan
Spent 3 nights hear at this beautiful place ! Wish I had booked for longer the staff make this a paradise always happy smiley & can’t do enough for you 🥰🌺our beachfront place was fantastic xx 🌴🥂🥰🌺
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.
Carole G
07 Jan 2020 - Keluarga
We stayed here over Christmas. The beech front cabins are wonderful, truly relaxing, fantastic pool and fantastic food in the restaurant all reasonably priced. What really made our time here so special was the amazing staff. They all care so much and go out of their way to make your stay truly amazing. As it was Christmas a lot of the staffs family came to stay and it was great meeting their children it was was a real family affair!! That really made it feel like Christmas for me. Unfortunately a cyclone was due to hit so we were advised to head back to the mainland so our holiday on the islands got cut short. What I would say is the team at serenity kept us updated by email and in person making sure they spoke to everyone which was very impressive. The island we were due to go to made no communication so well done and thank you management and team at serenity!!
Lokasi
Serenity Island, Kadavulailai, Bounty Island, Western Division, FJ
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Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
14:00-23:00
Waktu check-out:
10:00
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Di mana alamat Serenity Island Resort?
Serenity Island Resort beralamat di Serenity Island, Kadavulailai, Bounty Island, Western Division, FJ
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Serenity Island Resort?
Waktu untuk check-in di Serenity Island Resort adalah mulai dari pukul 14:00-23:00 dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 10:00
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Serenity Island Resort?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Kolam Renang
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
Apakah di Serenity Island Resort tersedia fasilitas kolam renang?
Ya, di Serenity Island Resort tersedia kolam renang yang bisa kamu gunakan.
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Kolam Renang
Wifi
Parkir
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Spa
Pusat Kebugaran
Antar Jemput Bandara
Fasilitas Rapat
Fasilitas Anak
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Area piknik
TV di area umum
Snack bar/deli
Fitness
Bola voli
Ski air
Jet ski
Bola voli pantai
Selancar angin
Menyelam
Kolam renang outdoor
Kursi berjemur di kolam renang
Kursi berjemur di pantai
Taman
Payung kolam renang
Fasilitas gym 24 jam
Handuk pantai
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan dibolehkan
Fasilitas Anak
Penitipan anak/kegiatan anak dengan pengawasan
Penitipan bayi atau anak
Area bermain anak-anak
 

Review

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4.5
Dari 109 review
Kebersihan
4.5
Kamar
4.5
Lokasi
5.0
Layanan
4.5
Nilai
4.5
Pasangan
68
Keluarga
10
Wisata sendiri
7
Berlibur dengan teman
6
Bisnis
0
ExoticexplorerFia
22 Jan 2020 -
This little gem is very very good for the money it costs to stay here! The beach bungalows are newly built and are tastefully furnished in a modern, fresh style with nice furniture. They each have a hammock and sun lounger, which is so cool to relax in - Very Robinson Crusoe-feeling! The resort has beautiful gardens, a fine nursery for the vegetables and a turtle sanctionary. They rise baby turtles and as a guest you can take part in the daily feeding of the little turtles - with your own hands (protected by surgeon gloves). It is easy to walk around the island by yourself and there is lots of space. The resort has a cosy open restaurant, where you can sit with your toes in the sand and the food is good. Almost every night we enjoyed Fijian dance performances and singing, which was the absolute highlight of our stay! We have never seen such joy as in the hotel staff traditional dances! Another daily highlight is the chief´s lightening of the torches on the beach. There are also daily free activites which are very nice to take part in, like making baskets or tasting the local magic brew. Snorkelling off the beach is quite good, with lots of colourful fish. It can be a bit tricky to get into the water, beacuse of all the coral, but once you are in the snorkelling is beautiful. There is also a nice swimming pool to cool off in. What we appreciated most was the wonderful staff - so warm hearted and lovely people! Thank you all at Serenity Island!
sviqueen
02 Jan 2020 -
Serenity island My husband and I spent 12 nights at Serenity Island (formerly Bounty Island on the port maps), and enjoyed our time there. The average stay is 4-5 days, I think; for us, a 7-day stay would probably have been the sweet spot, just being the type of holidayers we are, but we had a great time. Snorkeling right outside the door? We’re in. Our part of the beachfront was good, some coral bits and the like, but nothing insurmountable. Landscaping staff rake the flotsam fairly regularly. We’re keen to snorkel, and weren’t disappointed - except on rough days. We’ve not seen as much coral as we did at Serenity, and a great variety of fish: 2 types of shark, spotted ray, titan triggerfish, trevally, moray eels and what we call the ‘usual suspects’ from our other S Pacific visits. Our bure was beachfront, steps to the water. Neighbours a bit loud one night, but they wrapped up by 11pm. Everyone we met – from groundskeepers, electrician, reception, kitchen and dining room, activities – was top notch. We will note Sammy from reception, Emma, Moses and Sam from the dining room, and Barry, as we had most contact with them. I think many of the staff multi-task; Barry is a prime example of this. The man who does the baking at the resort is a wiz (there’s likely more than just the one, but I’m sorry I don’t know his name). Most - if not all - of the breads and cakes and buns are made in house, and remind me of family baking from years ago. Thumbs up. Housekeeping comes every day. They will top up tea/instant coffee, and bring milk if required. We didn’t have any specific requests, but the staff always seemed accommodating. The General Manager was often on site, and happy to chat and answer questions. There are plans to expand the resort over the next 3 years, adding another 10 acres of development to the current 10, with room to add almost the same again down the road. Transport to and from the island was good, though pricey – it costs what it costs. We heard the resort owner also owns the boats – a good business plan. You can check to compare competitors’ rates. As long stay guests, our last night’s dinner was set up at a private table poolside, and we were serenaded as we ate. A lovely touch to end our stay. Thanks to all at Serenity Island from Bure 14. Tips: Cola at Port Denaru advised us to take water with us. We bought a 6 pack of 1.5 liter bottles, On the island, top up your supply from the bar ($7.50FJ) or save a bit buying from the shop instead ($4.50FJ). The resort has installed an expensive desalination and filtering system, but the water does still have a salty tang; tea drinkers I know would use their bottled water. Dinner options may not change as much as some people like, but we ate well. The Thai beef salad changed up after a few days, and became a fresher, lighter version that was also very tasty. We shared that more often than not, with a second entrée. Two heads-up on the menu: 1) if you see the “Jurassic beef ribs on the menu” go for it, but you’d better be at least 2 people sharing, and very fond of meat. 2) if you have the War club, you might also want to share: remember the hefty slices of tasty bread from breakfast? The chef uses 3 slices of those to make the sandwich. You’ve been warned. Photos attached. Onsite leave a book/ take a book library in the lobby: bonus on the stormy days. There’s a Hawksbill turtle support program at the resort: join the staff to give the little guys a rub or a scrub; if you’re really lucky, you’ll be at the resort when the turtles are returned to the water. Make a coconut frond basket with Barry (bring a band-aid), or take part in the ‘brown coconut’ processing class. Beach stroll, beach volleyball, kayaks, stand-up paddleboards. We brought our own snorkel gear, but the resort also provides equipment. Off-island tours, fishing excursions available. Thatched-roof open 'cabanas' (for lack of a better word) with loungers, counterclockwise up the beach from the pool and lobby. Internet if you want to keep in touch. We wouldn’t recommend opting for the (breakfast) meal plan. At $35FJ per person, it’s a hefty bill for a traditional, protein-free continental breakfast - and really, it's our only gripe. There are many a la carte menu options that will cost much less. In hindsight, we could have gone a la carte all the way, and still had lots to spare for dinners as well. Would suggest this plan be tweaked, or that there be more info online for people to make an informed choice.
Stacey L
08 Jan 2020 - Pasangan
Spent 3 nights hear at this beautiful place ! Wish I had booked for longer the staff make this a paradise always happy smiley & can’t do enough for you 🥰🌺our beachfront place was fantastic xx 🌴🥂🥰🌺
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.
Carole G
07 Jan 2020 - Keluarga
We stayed here over Christmas. The beech front cabins are wonderful, truly relaxing, fantastic pool and fantastic food in the restaurant all reasonably priced. What really made our time here so special was the amazing staff. They all care so much and go out of their way to make your stay truly amazing. As it was Christmas a lot of the staffs family came to stay and it was great meeting their children it was was a real family affair!! That really made it feel like Christmas for me. Unfortunately a cyclone was due to hit so we were advised to head back to the mainland so our holiday on the islands got cut short. What I would say is the team at serenity kept us updated by email and in person making sure they spoke to everyone which was very impressive. The island we were due to go to made no communication so well done and thank you management and team at serenity!!
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