Warwick International Hotels adds fourth property in Fiji Islands

 Warwick International Hotels acquired Tokatoka Resort Hotel in Fiji. The Tokatoka Resort Hotel has 109 rooms, all of which will be completely renovated in the next 18 months. The public areas will also be upgraded.

The Tokatoka Resort is expected to complement other WIH resorts in Fiji and the Pacific: Warwick Fiji Resort & Spa, The Naviti Resort and Warwick Le Lagon Resort & Spa and Tambua Sands Beach Resort.

Jack Stark was appointed as GM for the Tokatoka Resort Hotel.

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