Mana Island Resort & Spa in Fiji’s picturesque Mamanuca Islands has confirmed it will be ready to welcome guests in a few weeks time following a long-term buyout.
It’s understood American free-to-air TV network CBS has been filming its long-running reality program Survivor off-site for a number of seasons, with crew using the resort as its base-camp for production.
The resort, a magnet for brides and grooms seeking a romantic setting with white sandy beaches and calm azure waters, will reopen on July 8, 2018.
While the majority of Mana Island Resort & Spa’s outlets will be fully operational by this date, some soft refurbishments will be required over coming weeks.
“The resort assures that no services will be disrupted as product delivery will continue from substitute venues,” the property said in a statement.
Those alternate arrangements include:
- the relocation of South Beach Restaurant’s Beachside BBQ offered at Vonu Bar & Grill until 22 July.
- Mana Island Resort & Spa’s Chapel will open on 16 July.
- Access to Sunset Beach will also be available from 16 July.
- Mana Island’s airstrip will be closed until further notice.
When Mana Island Resort & Spa reopens next month it will be repositioned as a three meal per day inclusive resort. It will be compulsory for guests to pre-pay Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner prior to arriving at the resort. For guidelines as to which restaurants and dining venues are included and the conditions, click buy generic viagra with paypal.