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SOFITEL has a range of king and queen rooms, family rooms and suites.

Every room faces towards the ocean and features a balcony or terrace within easy distance to facilities.

Prices range from FJ$369 (including tax) for a resort view room and from FJ$519 for a studio suite. Right now, the Australian dollar is worth around $FJ1.60, making this a great, economical destination.

■ To book and experience Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa contact 1300 65 65 65 or email reservations@sofitelfiji.com.fj.

GETTING THERE:

Pacific Blue, the international airline of Virgin Blue, has direct daily flights from Brisbane to Nadi, starting from $269 per person, one way on the net.

Daily flights from Sydney one way on the net are from $289.

For extra leg room, book the Blue Zone seating option for an additional $45.

■ Check out www.flypacificblue.com for current specials.

Sofitel has teamed with Blue Holidays to offer a five-night holiday package including flights and accommodation to deluxe Denaru Island in Fiji.

The package is priced per person and includes:

■ Five-nights in a classic room at the Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa (twin share)

■ Return flights to Nadi airport in Fiji with Pacific Blue

Prices are per person and start from Brisbane for $1130; Sydney for $1185; and Cairns, Townsville, Mackay and Rockhampton from $1280.

The package is on sale until July 31, 2009, for travel from now until September 30, 2009.

■ For bookings see www.virginblue.com.au/holidays or call 13 15 16.

■ For further information on Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa visit www.sofitelfiji.com.fj



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