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    Default Fiji which resort

    Must be great for kids and great pool

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    I've only stayed at the Sheraton resort, and I would recommend it for families.

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    Subbing for ideas.

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    We went for the first time in November and stayed at Sheraton Denarau Villas.

    You can use the facilities at the Sheraton, Sheraton Villas and Westin.

    DD was too young for kids club without an adult but she did attend when she went with a nanny. We did use the nanny service almost every day for a few hours.

    We mainly used the lagoon pool at the Villas as it was the closest to our Villa and wasn't very busy.

    As was our first overseas family holiday (DD was almost 2) we wanted somewhere nice and close with not much travelling from the airport so we picked Denarau.

    I would definitely stay there again but next time we are trying an Island resort.

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    @Wissa what island?

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    To be honest I haven't really looked much into it as it wouldn't be until November 2017, but we want to try somewhere different as DD will be older. LOL. Sorry I am not much help!

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    We were thinking of going this year and were looking at Octopus Island.

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    The Shangri La was really beautiful and kid friendly!

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    Love the Shangri-la been there twice and was also married there.

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    I've stayed at Shangri la and Raddison Blu. Raddison Blu is much more kid friendly. Pool has shade sales over the top of it, so even if its hot you have sun protection. There is also a waterslide into the pool and a great kids club. We took our kids when they were 7 and 1. Raddison is much closer to the airport, so an easy journey with kids. Fiji is such an amazing holiday with kids.

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