Epitomized by its two pools, one a serene "infinity," the other hosting kids' activities and a swim-up bar, Warwick caters beautifully to all markets. Adjacent to the infinity pool, the Suva Wing emphasises quiet luxury and is predominantly for couples, whereas the Nadi Wing, adjacent the lagoon style pool focuses on family fun and is home to the water sports bure. Seven bars, and five dining options sit between them, including Japanese cuisine at Sazanami, Italian at Pappagallo and the now infamous Wicked Walu seafood restaurant. Couples may find the adults-only Warwick Club area worth the splurge during school holidays. It includes continental breakfast, afternoon snacks, and predinner local drinks. Stone steps over water lead to the beautiful spa with its sauna and hot and cold pools. The resort's lagoon setting allows for all-day swimming off the mainland's largest beach, and the usual gamut of nonmotorized water sports are available. The resort also boasts a modern gym, squash, tennis, table tennis, darts, and pool. Children under 16 stay free with parents; children under 13 eat free from the Kids Menu. There's also a small "Fijian Village" outdoor entertainment center with firewalking and meke dancing displays twice weekly.