Warwick International Hotels has announced plans to significantly expand its portfolio in the Pacific region. The company, which currently operates three hotels and properties in the South Pacific, plans to add a further four properties in the coming years.
Speaking to Travel Daily at ITB Asia, Clare Chiu (pictured), Warwick’s Director of Development & Distribution, said that the expansion would start in Fiji, where the company already operates two hotels.
“We’re rebuilding a villa-style resort on the beach front in Viti Levu, which will be a very high-end, adult-only property,” Ms Chiu revealed. “We are also developing a new ecolodge-style property in Fiji, which will be solar powered, use locally-sourced materials, and will feature its own vegetable garden, eventually supplying organic produce to Warwick’s entire Fijian portfolio.” Ms Chiu added that a third new Fiji property would be added in Nadi, the country’s second largest city.
In Vanuatu, the company is planning to add its second hotel – a smaller boutique-style property – to complement the existing Warwick La Lagon Resort & Spa, which is the island nation’s largest property. The La Lagon resort meanwhile, will be expanded further with the addition of a new 1,000m