Pre flight delight: Sheraton Fiji’s new in-resort check-in

Fiji Airways has introduced a new Resort Verify-in services at the Sheraton Fiji Golfing and Beach Resort, which allows travellers to enjoy extra of the assets before flying out.

The next of its sort in Fiji, along with the test-in desk at the Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa up the road on Denarau Island, the complimentary guest company features distant examine-in capability for passengers and their luggage.

“We are delighted to companion with the Sheraton Fiji Golfing and Beach Vacation resort in still a further purchaser expertise improvement for our company,” explained Fiji Airways Handling Director and CEO, Andre Viljoen.

“We’ve established this Vacation resort Test-in experience so company simply just get to the resort lobby and check out themselves and their luggage in for their Fiji Airways flights. We situation the boarding passes, tag and take bags off visitors, leaving them free to delight in the Sheraton for quite a few much more hours.”

The new Resort Test-in is accessible to friends of Sheraton Fiji Golfing and Seaside Resort and Sheraton Denarau Villas and the service presents complete flight test-in abilities which include challenge of boarding passes, seat allocations and acquire of upgrades, excess baggage obtain and Airport Lounge accessibility at specific fees.

“We are delighted to give this new modern Resort Verify-in for guest comfort,” stated Marriott International’s Multi Property Vice President – Fiji & Samoa and Normal Manager of Westin & Sheraton Resorts, Fiji Intricate, Neeraj Chadha.

“Developed in partnership with Fiji’s National airline carrier, Fiji Airways, we have created a lounge experience, the place visitors can test-in properly ahead of their flight departure and immerse them selves in the elevated visitor ordeals provided at our resorts.

“Sheraton Fiji Golf & Beach front Vacation resort is continually on the lookout at techniques we can enrich the visitor encounter and the Resort Verify-in aspect is groundbreaking for the Pacific area,” he said.