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Treasure Island

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Exceptional beach
  • reasonable international menu
  • colorful activities

    Cons

  • Hotel room–esque bures

Treasure Island Review

It's easy to understand why this Fiji icon has been a family-favorite for more than three decades. The 66 bures practically ring the 14.5-acre island, each with a beeline right to the marvelous beach. Nightly entertainment such as fire dancing, a "Fancy Hat competition," and karaoke foster the family friendliness while 12-hole minigolf and a freshwater pool are classic child-pleasers. From deep-sea fishing to Hobie Cat-sailing, there's also a full water sports arsenal on hand. Bures, reminiscent of international hotel rooms, are comfortable, each with a queen and single bed and a porch; duplexes are also available. Dining options include a full à la carte menu, with fare such as linguine de mare and aged sirloin beef with béarnaise sauce, in-between three theme nights. A second restaurant specializes in flambé. You can also dine in a "Sunset" bure or by the pool, and banquets are held on the beach.

    Hotel Details

  • 66 bures.
  • Rate includes some meals, no meals, all meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-22-2011

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