Fiji’s first island beach club set to launch mid-2017

Malamala 300As the world celebrates the international day of love, South Sea Cruises has announced the launch of a romantic new island day retreat Ð Malamala Beach Club. Scheduled to welcome the first guests in mid-2017, Fiji’s first island beach club offers a brand new contemporary style, fine cuisine and bar offerings, exceptional service and secluded tropical ambience.

Accessible by private jetty, guests will be able to move easily from the boat to the club via jetty without even getting their feet wet.

ÒMalamala Beach Club will be an exceptional addition to our portfolio being the first island beach club experience in Fiji and we look forward to welcoming guests later this year,Ó said South Sea Cruises CEO Brad Rutherford.

Guests at Malamala Beach Club will enjoy the large infinity-edge pool looking out onto the crystal-clear waters and coral reefs. With exceptional snorkeling in the surrounding reef, plus complimentary non-motorised water sports there is plenty to do. Or guests can kick back and relax in one of the private cabanas, sharing something fresh and delicious from our selection of fine cuisine and beverages, and soak up the sun listening to our smooth tunes.

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Just 30 minutes Denarau Marina, Fiji’s primary transport hub and the gateway to Fiji’s beautiful Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands, Malamala Beach Club is also the perfect venue for a wedding. With a chapel on site this is the perfect place for a bespoke celebration.

From corporates events to intimate gatherings for smaller groups, Malamala Beach Club’ s experienced team can cater for all aspects of event requirements.

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