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. A renovation slowly working its way through the hotel has left much of the "Suva" wing with superior bathrooms (Oceanviews 85–97 are closest to the water, with good side on views). This wing is also by the quieter pool. 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. Children under 16 stay free with parents; children under 13 eat free from the Kids Menu. The restaurants, ranging from Italian to Japanese, are excellent; Wicked Walu (reviewed above) is among the Coral Coast's best.