Coming to Fiji was always a pleasurable experience but now with the luxurious treatment offered by this new facility, guests at this five star resort will be pampered to their utmost desires.
The famous Outrigger on the Lagoon in Sigatoka has officially opened its $3 million Bebe Spa and Bure Ni Loloma wedding chapel.
The spa features some of the world class and technological equipment ranging from hydrotherapy to aromatherapy. The spa treatment includes some of the oldest traditional methods of massage such as the use of different shaped stones, which are rolled over the whole body to release tension. It also has a hot jet-spray shower and tub for the satisfaction of guests.
This spa treatment is said to cure some diseases such as arthritis, pneumonia and common cold and can work wonders in releasing tension and depression.
The products used for the spa treatment is Pevonia range of products from Australia, which is famous among some of the Hollywood actors such as Sharon Stone. Pure Fiji products are also used that provides excellent spa products made in Fiji.
According to the general manager of Outrigger, Mr. Darren Shaw, the Bure Ni Loloma wedding chapel is a very memorable place for young couples to tie the knot and with the use of traditional wedding packages provided by the hotel it will make weddings a memorable and unique experience for any couple.
The spa and wedding chapel is located opposite the Outrigger Hotel on a hill and has been designed to give unobstructed view from all the rooms looking out over the ocean. The name Bebe signifies a butterfly in the Fijian language and after the spa treatment guests will no doubt feel like one.
Doctor Richard Kelley, chairman of Outrigger Enterprise officially opened the spa and wedding chapel. Present at the opening was the Minister for Tourism Bernadette Rounds Ganilau, Ro Temumu Kepa and Geoffrey Shaw.
Kelley hopes that the opening of this spa and wedding chapel will mark the beginning of a new era for Fiji as it has been a difficult six months for many.
“I hope that the opening of this fine facility will be widely reported and people far and wide will see that Fiji is open and ready for business”, he said.
Tourism Minister Bernadette Rounds-Ganilau said it was a spectacular idea to open this spa and applauded Outrigger for going ahead with the project.
According to Ganilau tourism is what is opening doors for Fiji and there is much potential for this industry to grow.
Shaw said that this spa and wedding chapel would be one of...