Momi bay

Project Overview

Fiji’s newest five-star Marriot-branded resort will wow visitors when it opens in early 2017.

Monkey Toe have had a long association with  Fletcher Construction who was appointed by the client, Fiji National Provident Fund to undertake remediation works and complete the 250-room hotel on Fiji’s main island Viti Levu in late 2014. It was only natural they should contact Monkey Toe to provide a solution for the overwater bures that needed to stand up to marine conditions.

 

Situated between Fiji’s two most popular resort areas, Denarau and the Coral Coast, Momi Bay will offer luxury hotel style accommodation. The resort will include three restaurants, two swimming pools, fitness and recreation centres, gift shops, tennis courts and a spa with eight treatment rooms, 114 free-standing bures and 136 standard rooms. 22 of the bures are overwater ones – the first man-made lagoon based resort in Fiji.

Monkey Toe provided 22 prefabricated marine-grade aluminium stairs with ladders which allowed for quick installation.

Products used:            Stairs

Stairs into lagoon.
Monkey Toe stairs into the lagoon
Construction prior to the lagoon being filled
Aerial view of the resort
Stairs into lagoon.
Monkey Toe stairs into the lagoon
Construction prior to the lagoon being filled
Aerial view of the resort

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