Bula! as ‘world's greatest’ hotel saved

Bula! as ‘world's greatest’ hotel saved
Former NZ co-owned Six Senses Fiji, one of the world's best resorts, has been sold (Image: supplied)
Brent Melville
Sequitur Resorts has taken full ownership of the five-star Six Senses Fiji hotel, buying out its New Zealand partners and pulling it out of receivership.The 24-villa boutique resort, located within the 48.5 hectare marine sanctuary of Vunabaka on the west coast of Malolo Island, Fiji, was put on the auction block in February by receivers, Sydney’s FTI Consulting.The resort only opened its doors in April 2018 after a three-year construction process.Despite initial cost overruns and construction delays, it was rated as one of the world&rsqu...

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