Malolo Lailai Lagoon Resort

Malolo Lailai Island, Fiji Islands

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Malolo Lailai Island, Fiji Islands


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  • Avatar for jim2024
    By jim2024 Feb 22, 2008

    Don't go. Worst place we have been. Run down ant infested units. Smelly brown water thatis undrinkable and only given two bottles of water per day for drinking and cooking.Better deals on trips and food at Plantation resort and not Musket Cove which is next door and runs the timeshare as well. Great snorkelling trips which are free and a very friendly staff. Resort is coming up to the end of the time period the owners initialy bought so only emergency maintainence has been done. Rattan walls are stained, patched and peeling. Everything is old and dated and the kitchen utensils are rusty.

  • Avatar for elliswb
    By elliswb Jun 1, 2004

    Time Share is part of Musket Cove resort (4.5 stars) and shares all facilities.

    Huts (Bure's) are either beach frontage, or ofset a row back but still with a good view.

    There are NO airconditioners, TVs, radios, or phones in the rooms. However, there are ceiling fans. Some mobile phones do work (Thank Mr Spielberg who wanted service making "Blue Lagoon").

    Rooms are very comfortable, if you don't have to have all the modern conveniences.

    3 small general stores on the island, so most things are available, at a price, suggest you bring fresh fruit, and vegies from the mainland on the cat.

    This is the resport to visit if you want a old style island experience with smiling, very happy people, stunning scuba/snorkelling, all water sports, red sunsets, golden beaches, swaying coconut palms etc.

    At the time of writing (6/04) the scuba diving is about the best value package in the world - unlimited diving for the length of your stay (their equipment) about $US400 - and the reefs are stunning (28 dives in 13 days!).

    We're going back !

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