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Modern makeover for Holiday Inn


Aug 03, 2015 04:14:48 PM

Modern makeover for Holiday Inn Suva’s Holiday Inn hotel undergoes significant renovation from today and is set to have a modern makeover by July 2016.

The FNPF Hotel Resorts Limited (FHRL), a subsidiary company of the Fiji National Provident Fund which acquired the hotel in 2005 made the announcement about the renovation earlier today.

The Intercontinental Hotel Group (IHG) managed property under its Holiday Inn brand, will have a completely revitalised look with planned refurbishment of the hotel’s guest rooms, public areas, and façade, food and beverage outlets.

The project is being undertaken by Pacific Building Solutions (PBS). The company was selected after a robust public tender process.

As part of the refurbishment, all room furnishings will be upgraded to create a light and contemporary feel with a high quality finish, promising to provide guests with a fresh and comfortable stay.

The en-suite upgrade for the rooms will guarantee a heightened guest room experience.

The new look hotel will also provide patrons with a fresh new pool deck, enabling guests to relax in their home away from home and be marvelled by the sunset over the Suva Harbour.

FNPF Chief Investment Officer Jaoji Koroi said the project is part of the on-going rehabilitation process undertaken by the Fund to improve the value of its investments.

“Recent examples of such rehabilitation includes the Grand Pacific Hotel, the Momi Bay project, demolition and re-development of the Greig Street project, and the re-development of the Nadi property.”

The renovation of the Holiday Inn is also part of the upgrading of the foreshore prescient, which included the restoration of the Grand Pacific Hotel to its current status.

“This will be the first significant renovation for the Hotel since acquisition in 2005, which will improve the product offering and increase the value of the investment to the FNPF members,” Mr Koroi added.

The renovation will be carried out in stages, one wing at a time, commencing with the North Wing, with the Hotel remaining fully operational during this period. Hotel guests will experience minimal disruption during the renovation period, as work will take place Monday to Saturday between the hours of 9:00am and 5.00pm.

By Reginald Chandar

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