Treasure Island Resort

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Set on a coral and sand fringed atoll within a stunning marine sanctuary Treasure Island is one of Fiji's most iconic resorts with over 36 years' experience in providing hospitality and friendship to travellers from across the globe. Treasure Island was established in 1972 and is today owned by a lo...

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Set on a coral and sand fringed atoll within a stunning marine sanctuary Treasure Island is one of Fiji's most iconic resorts with over 36 years' experience in providing hospitality and friendship to travellers from across the globe. Treasure Island was established in 1972 and is today owned by a local Fijian family group. Unlike most other Fijian island resorts we encompass the entire island of almost 6 hectares.We are one of the only resorts in the Mamanuca Islands to offer same day transfers which means that you arrive on our island paradise the same day you arrive in Fiji. Ideally suited t...

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Should not be operating. A run down dump.

Reviewed 18 january, 2022

We never intended to Stay at Treasure as we had booked a private villa on another island but due to government regulations we had to stay 3 nights in an approved resort so Covid tests could be conducted. The only available accomodation was treasure and so we forked out $1400 AUD for 2 villas for 3 nights. We arrived on a small speedboat organised by Treasure (for $500 AUD) in pouring rain to be told there was a Blackout and now power or water but it would be fixed in a couple of hours. The power basically never came on and we spent the whole night in the dark and we were hungry so we walked up to dinner to eat god knows what and wether it had gone off in the heat without refrigeration. We were given Candles but no matches to light them which was a joke. the next morning we went to breakfast again with the most basic food with baked beans some fruit and a few slices of toast available. Coffee was a jar of instant coffee on the table. After breakfast we walked around the island and could not believe how dirty with rubbish piled up on the sand everywhere and everything was broken and overgrown.The pool was murky brown and closed, The tennis court was cracked and unplayable, There were Beer bottles and plastic in piles everywhere and the buildings were old and falling to bits.We spoke to management (Jack) who is the operations manager who was all apologies and had no issues with us leaving and said he would allow Expedia to refund us by writing to him. We organised a boat asap and went to Castaway Island which is fantastic still in shock at what we had encountered. We are now back at home in Sydney and as expected Treasure have been ignoring Expedias requests for a refund as well as ignoring my Emails. Judging by previous replies the manager will blame a cyclone or deny any failings but Treasure island IS AN EMBARRASMENT TO FIJI.


Awesome Time

Reviewed 17 january, 2022

We had an awesome time. So friendly. Sure there is a little bit to do around the place but it’s been shut down for 2yrs. We went diving, snorkelled around the whole island, sailing, kayaking and SUPing. Loved the mini golf for a wager. Gave us 25% discount in the souvenir shop. We had wifi but chose to turn it off. Met 3 other lovely families who we still keep in contact with. It is what it is, we made the most of it. The view from the buree was exceptional. If you like going off grid & a bit troppo it’s perfect. No whinging people - thank god they all left. Kids had a ball and loved kids club. Room was great house cleaning do an amazing job each day. Aircon was cold. Yes there is power off times but it’s short to refill the generator. We had awesome late nights - drinking Kava with the staff. They do happy hour in the afternoons most days. Henry, Coli, Anasa, Izzy, Serena, Ana, Loti & all the other staff go so much out of their way if you get to know them. We all got our hair braided. We embraced the culture put on grass warrior skirts for dinner. Nothing was a problem. I asked if they had lobster - the next day they got lobster from the mainland. My wife had her birthday and didn’t we party! We survived the cyclone was a tick the box moment. Had drinks with the kitchen staff that were so friendly. We made hats & baskets, learnt to play the ukulele, learnt some Fijian songs, sang every night. They let you hook up your music to the bar area. It won’t be everyone’s cup of tea but if you like the idea of being on a real tropical island you might actually enjoy yourself like we did.


Resort is run down!!!!…….AVOID!!!

Reviewed 15 january, 2022

Wow!!….I can’t believe the resort is open for bookings. There communication before arriving was horrible….I had to find a staff members mobile number to make contact the day before checking in to find out if the resort was actually open…. WE STAYED ONE NIGHT AND THEN GOT THR HELL OUT OF THERE….now the resort is trying to charge us for 2 nights at full price……WHAT A JOKE!!! When we arrived we had to walk around the island and find out for ourselves that the resort was completely run down!!! -no power, water or toilets working the majority of the time we stayed and this has been the case for the previous week after talking to other guests on the resort -the only pool was closed and dirty -all restaurants where closed except for basic kitchen food. -the majority of the resort was run down -basic wooden pathways with holes and missing planks -mosquito invested. It’s very disappointing as we have been to treasure island before and have previously had a great stay however the state of the resort is not acceptable and should not be opened yet. The owners have built 10 x new Berau’s on the island but have not invested any money or time into the rest of the resort….complete cash grab if you ask me. I feel sorry for all the staff….beautiful people but they had no chance with the way the owners have set them up for failure! VERY DISAPPOINTING!!!!

Daniel F

Need help

Reviewed 14 january, 2022

The location is awesome, the rooms were upgraded not long ago but they have problems with the generator so power and water were on and off all the time. No Internet neither. Food was not good.. However, the staff is great and try very hard to make your stay pleasant.Hopefully, they’ll solve the power issue, Internet and get a true Cheff. The Manager also try very hard.


Run down and not ready for tourists

Reviewed 10 january, 2022

Whilst the staff did their best, there was no wifi, the whole island was in disrepair, lots of rubbish, no entertainment, pool was unusable, food looked like it came out of cans or the freezer and was too expensive for portion size and quality, the power was consistently turned off and as a result no water, and when the power was off I was asked to pay for water, i also got the worst food poisoning I have ever had from the food. There was also almost impossible to communicate with the resort prior to arriving. There was aircon in the rooms and rooms were spacious. Overall definitely not worth the $500+ a night to stay.