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Mana Island Resort & Spa

Mana Island Resort & Spa

4 Stars

Lautoka Mana Island Mamanuca Islands


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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 3
Facilities 4
Service 4
Location 5
Pricing 3
Overall 3.8
Experience the magic of Fiji with all its tropical charm and beauty and discover its friendly people, whose nurturing qualities makes the most gracious of hosts at the Mana Island Resort & Spa can be your dream of an enchanting island paradise.

Location
Sprawling over 300 acres, the resort is cocooned in magical isolation where time stands still amidst the bloom of the island's fun and bliss. Blessed with pristine waters, this property is the ideal setting for aquatic activities like snorkeling, kayaking, windsurfing, diving and swimming.

Rooms
This property offers a range of accommodation, each room with its own ambience features to suit different needs and you get some idea of the extensive range of modern amenities available at the resort.

Restaurant
The Mana Island Resort & Spa fine dining restaurant serves a variety of seafood and Fijian specialty dishes for dinner.

General
The wide range of land and water activities ensure there is fun for everyone. The other added features include the gymnasium, sauna and the swimming pool.

Hotel Facilities

  • Baby Sitting Service
  • Business Centre
  • Children's Playground
  • Currency Exchange Services
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Reception
  • Spa / Wellness Centre
  • Tennis Court
  • Banquet Facilities
  • Cafe
  • Children's Playroom
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Internet Access - Wireless
  • Laundry Services
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Child Care
  • Concierge
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
  • Lobby
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Table Tennis

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
  • Telephone
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Hairdryer
  • Refrigerator

Mana Island Resort & Spa Guest Reviews (14)


Mana Island Resort & Spa
4 out of 5

Staff are very friendly and relaxed, accomodation was nice but getting a bit tired and need refurbish. Plenty of food but average quality and table service was slow. Location, pools, and beaches were great, very relaxing location. Loved Fijian people on the island. Plenty of activities enjoyable time. Might try other island next time though.

Therese wrote on August 24, 2012


Mana Island Resort & Spa
3 out of 5

WARNING! Mana was once a lovely peaceful paradise at around 50% occupancy outside the school holidays but times have changed. There are now noisy little primary and pre-school kids running all around the resort like ants at a picnic and it is fully booked throughout the entire winter season. There were a hand full couples on the island and every one of them vowed never to return. Now that you know what to expect at Mana, here is my useful list of DOs and DONTs. DON’T go to Mana if you are a couple or honeymooners seeking piece and quiet DO go to Mana if you have little kids because kids under 12 stay and eat free! DON’T expect your reservation to be exactly what you arranged. DO take copies of all receipts and correspondence to confirm what you have paid for and particularly any resort credit or bonuses that have been included. DON’T drink the tap water or eat any shellfish if you want to avoid diarrhoea and stomach problems. DO drink bottled water or boiled tap water and definitely bring Lomotil diarrhoea tablets because someone in your group will need them! DON’T bring any jeans, winter jackets or smart clothing as you won’t need them DO bring your swimmers, rash shirts, thongs, singlets, T-shirts, shorts, hats, sunglasses and sunscreen because you will use them every day. DON’T bring your beach and bath towels, insect repellent, fly spray, umbrellas, snorkelling gear, soaps or shampoos as these are all supplied by the resort. DO buy your beer, wine and chips in Nadi as the resort drinks and snacks are relatively expensive. DON’T commit to the rather expensive full or half board meal plans every day as you will get sick of them very quickly. (You can purchase any buffet meal as required) DO treat yourself to the wonderful full buffet breakfast daily and if you get hungry later eat lunch or dinner at the back packers instead for cheaper, better meals. DON’T expect to enjoy a quiet swim or relax by the pool during the day because the pool area is totally overrun by screaming kids. DO swim, snorkel and relax at Mana’s beautiful beaches instead DON’T expect to swim or snorkel during low tide at North Beach as there is no water over the reef. (You can swim and snorkel at South Beach instead) DO plan your holiday during a week when high tide occurs during the middle of the day if you want good snorkelling every day. DON’T do the same old thing every day. There is so much to do at Mana. DO take a daily walk to one of the lookouts, Sunset Beach or the local village and take advantage of the adult and children’s activities program every day. DON’T expect the adult entertainment/activities program to be restricted to just adults as kids rule here 24/7. DO take advantage of the Mana Kid’s Club program and child minding service if you have young kids and enjoy some time to yourself. DON’T pay an exotic F$150 at the Mana Spa for an ordinary 1 hour full body massage. DO go to the local village instead and get a 1 hour massage for just F$40 or under F$30 on the mainland.

cassim wrote on August 8, 2012


Mana Island Resort & Spa
4.4 out of 5

The snorkelling is excellent along the drop-offs at North Beach and Sunset Beach. As well as thousands of small fish we saw reef sharks, spotted eagle rays, a school of 1m long barracuda and a turtle.

Maeve Stephenson wrote on July 23, 2011


Mana Island Resort & Spa
3.8 out of 5

Staff pleasant only stayed 2 nights. Only problem was the one a la carte restaurant needed to be booked at least 2 days ahead. the other alternative was the buffet which are not always really hot in Fiji. Overall Island good but some facilities needed maintance.

Anonymous wrote on October 17, 2009


Mana Island Resort & Spa
2.8 out of 5

the bure we stayed in was really nice - the island was very beautiful - but the resort was really tired and lacked any atmosphere. the dinner at the restaurant was possibly the smallest portion i have ever been presented with...$30 for two small mouthfuls! the beautiful beach was not used to its full potential as a location to overlook from pool bar deck..bad lighting...and the fact that most people were interestd in playing bingo than sipping a cool drink and taking in the view - was very dissapointing atmosphere

Catherine Hanson wrote on December 28, 2008


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall3.8 out of 5
Cleanliness3 out of 5
Facilities4 out of 5
Service4 out of 5
Location5 out of 5
Pricing3 out of 5

Mana Island Resort & Spa Guest Reviews

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4 out of 5

Staff are very friendly and relaxed, accomodation was nice but getting a bit tired and need refurbish. Plenty of food but average quality and table service was slow. Location, pools, and beaches were great, very relaxing location. Loved Fijian people on the island. Plenty of activities enjoyable time. Might try other island next time though.

Review by: Therese
Date stayed August 24, 2012

3 out of 5

WARNING! Mana was once a lovely peaceful paradise at around 50% occupancy outside the school holidays but times have changed. There are now noisy little primary and pre-school kids running all around the resort like ants at a picnic and it is fully booked throughout the entire winter season. There were a hand full couples on the island and every one of them vowed never to return. Now that you know what to expect at Mana, here is my useful list of DOs and DONTs. DON’T go to Mana if you are a couple or honeymooners seeking piece and quiet DO go to Mana if you have little kids because kids under 12 stay and eat free! DON’T expect your reservation to be exactly what you arranged. DO take copies of all receipts and correspondence to confirm what you have paid for and particularly any resort credit or bonuses that have been included. DON’T drink the tap water or eat any shellfish if you want to avoid diarrhoea and stomach problems. DO drink bottled water or boiled tap water and definitely bring Lomotil diarrhoea tablets because someone in your group will need them! DON’T bring any jeans, winter jackets or smart clothing as you won’t need them DO bring your swimmers, rash shirts, thongs, singlets, T-shirts, shorts, hats, sunglasses and sunscreen because you will use them every day. DON’T bring your beach and bath towels, insect repellent, fly spray, umbrellas, snorkelling gear, soaps or shampoos as these are all supplied by the resort. DO buy your beer, wine and chips in Nadi as the resort drinks and snacks are relatively expensive. DON’T commit to the rather expensive full or half board meal plans every day as you will get sick of them very quickly. (You can purchase any buffet meal as required) DO treat yourself to the wonderful full buffet breakfast daily and if you get hungry later eat lunch or dinner at the back packers instead for cheaper, better meals. DON’T expect to enjoy a quiet swim or relax by the pool during the day because the pool area is totally overrun by screaming kids. DO swim, snorkel and relax at Mana’s beautiful beaches instead DON’T expect to swim or snorkel during low tide at North Beach as there is no water over the reef. (You can swim and snorkel at South Beach instead) DO plan your holiday during a week when high tide occurs during the middle of the day if you want good snorkelling every day. DON’T do the same old thing every day. There is so much to do at Mana. DO take a daily walk to one of the lookouts, Sunset Beach or the local village and take advantage of the adult and children’s activities program every day. DON’T expect the adult entertainment/activities program to be restricted to just adults as kids rule here 24/7. DO take advantage of the Mana Kid’s Club program and child minding service if you have young kids and enjoy some time to yourself. DON’T pay an exotic F$150 at the Mana Spa for an ordinary 1 hour full body massage. DO go to the local village instead and get a 1 hour massage for just F$40 or under F$30 on the mainland.

Review by: cassim
Date stayed August 8, 2012

4.4 out of 5

The snorkelling is excellent along the drop-offs at North Beach and Sunset Beach. As well as thousands of small fish we saw reef sharks, spotted eagle rays, a school of 1m long barracuda and a turtle.

Review by: Maeve Stephenson
Date stayed July 23, 2011

3.8 out of 5

Staff pleasant only stayed 2 nights. Only problem was the one a la carte restaurant needed to be booked at least 2 days ahead. the other alternative was the buffet which are not always really hot in Fiji. Overall Island good but some facilities needed maintance.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed October 17, 2009

2.8 out of 5

the bure we stayed in was really nice - the island was very beautiful - but the resort was really tired and lacked any atmosphere. the dinner at the restaurant was possibly the smallest portion i have ever been presented with...$30 for two small mouthfuls! the beautiful beach was not used to its full potential as a location to overlook from pool bar deck..bad lighting...and the fact that most people were interestd in playing bingo than sipping a cool drink and taking in the view - was very dissapointing atmosphere

Review by: Catherine Hanson
Date stayed December 28, 2008

5 out of 5

Staff were fantastic, always friendly and willing to help, also great with children. The ocean was crystal clear great for snorkelling. Highly recommended family holiday.

Review by: Stephen Pettitt
Date stayed October 28, 2008

3.6 out of 5

Great location, excellent snorkelling but let down by poor service and indifferent food.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed October 21, 2008

3.6 out of 5

Units require upgrade. Minor repairs not done. Meals very good. Drinks expensive. Gardens poor.

Review by: carol madigan
Date stayed August 31, 2008

4.6 out of 5

Fantastic Island resort. Lovely simple bures. Food isn't spectacular as on some other more expensive island resorts, but was still quite nice.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed August 28, 2008

4.8 out of 5

We just had 2 relaxing weeks here. All staff were very friendly and helpful except 2 of the boys in non-motorized water sports. Miki Night by the staff was a highlight. Take your duty free wine, and buy drinks at Happy Hour. Food was fresh and plentiful, especially at Lovo Buffet Night where the food is cooked traditionally underground.Worth watching. We thought the South Beach Restaurant was too expensive as the same food was available cheaper at the al-a-carte restaurant. There were blocked water pipes, apparently, which caused them to turn off the water to the rooms from 1-5am.Also occasionally a whiff of sewerage outside our bure room shower,(which is outside) Our bure was very quiet, even though it was near a path. I would definitely go there again.Seems good value for money.

Review by: Alison Halliday
Date stayed August 27, 2008

4.4 out of 5

Best holidays (and showers) of my life.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed July 10, 2008

4.2 out of 5

Great location and very friendly and helpful staff. Snorkelling is fabulous as you can do it any time directly off the beach. Food is average.

Review by: Vladislav Iourtchenko
Date stayed May 4, 2008

3.4 out of 5

Forget the four stars, the bungalows are 2 stars at the most. Very primitive, but cosy. Everything is Fiji-time so don't expect the room to be cleaned until late afternoon. The staff is very friendly and the beaches good. It's a family feel to it all.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed January 4, 2008

4 out of 5

First time to a Pacific Island Resort. Great setting and staff were excellent. Food was below par in quality but certainly was plentiful. Drinks were expensive and not a lot to select from. Overall would go again now knowing what to expect. 6.5

Review by: Anthony Cooper
Date stayed October 30, 2007

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