We had a nice ground floor two bedroom villa that had an Ocean View. The kids enjoyed all of the frogs that would come out at night and after it rained. We spent most of our time over at the Westin pool because the pool at the Sheraton villas was just too quiet for us. The main concern we had with this stay is that right outside our room was the outdoor restaurant and they had workers in there at 2am in the morning with buzz saws and sand blasters doing construction. I had to get out of bed and go go outside to ask them to stop so we could sleep. When I told the front desk, the told me they didn't know anything about the construction. Overall, great stay even thought we were disturbed by the construction.
We visited here while staying at the adjacent Radisson Blu. It is a nice deluxe hotel with a great set of pools and is right on the beach. Unlike the rest of the hotels in the area their security takes a very rude proprietary interest in their little stretch of beach and will only allow their guests to walk on their beach although they are more than happy to take your tourist dollars in their overpriced restaurants and bars! They have their own lending library and nice multiple bedroom suites with kitchenettes and lots of space. The Radisson, Hilton, and Westin are often better buys although the Sheraton does have a nice tropical vibe also. They have their own mini store also!
My wife and I stayed in a 2br Villa for 4 days. The property really could do with a makeover as it really is dated. It could be a great property but it needs some love and attention. Fiji boasts a lot of fresh food, but I can’t understand why the food here is so poor. Dining at the restaurants is ok, but Room Service is terrible. Surely Sheraton you can do better than meals in a paper bag, which were always cold. Sadly no other real option in Nadi
We had looked at staying at Sheraton Denarau Villas months in advance of when we eventually booked, and we had written to many managers, having received their email addresses from Sheraton (now Marriott Bonvoy). Our request, and we did not think it was a difficult one was requesting black out curtains on one of the bedroom windows of the two of the two bedroom villas that we had booked. We had also booked a room at The Westin (which was 'upgraded' to Sheraton Fiji). We had spent about $11,000 AUD dollars for our eight night stay for our family of twelve people.
The month before we arrived, we wrote to confirm the blackout curtain situation and received reply emails to assure us that this would be done.
When we arrived we all had to check in at The Westin and the reception staff mentioned the blackout curtains to us and that if it wasn't done, we could just call and someone would come and put them up for us. The reason we had written in advance was so that they would be up when we arrived.
We got to our villas and the blackout curtains were not up. The room was for two young children and luckily our daughter had brought her own black sheeting and she spent her time putting these up as the wait for the Sheraton black out curtains did not arrive in time.
We have stayed at the Sheraton Denarau Villas many times before and we have also stayed at The Radisson Fiji. The one advantage that the Sheraton has over The Radisson is that the Sheraton include breakfast with the room price.
The staff were nice enough but the Kids Club was not at the same high standard as The Radisson. We had 'Nannies' that looked after the children and it took us a few 'Nannies' to get the right one, that is a nice way to put it I hope.
I should have re-read my last review of the Sheraton Denarau Villas as that suggested staying at The Radisson, and The Radisson will be our hotel for our next stay in Nadi. It is not just the blackout curtain issue or the Kids Club issue, it is just that The Radisson felt much nicer, the rooms were newer and the staff friendlier.
We stayed in the 2 bedroom - sea front villa for 8 nights.
The room was HUGE and was very well kept.
Breakfast was provided with our accommodation which we split between the Sheraton and the Westin. The breakfast was everything you’d expect from a buffet breakfast. The hardest part was deciding what to have.
We visited the Wet Edge which is part of the Villas for dinner most nights (6 dinners over our 8 nights). The food was delicious, the staff were great and it was very well priced.
We would definitely recommend staying at the Sheraton Villas and if we visit Denarau in the future we will definitely be staying at the Sheraton Villas again.