Ramler supplies Fiji Marriott Resort Conference & Meeting Facilities
05 April 2017
For inspirational weddings, special events, conferences and meetings, the Fiji Marriott Grand Salon Ballroom offers 360 square metres of versatile event space with an abundance of natural lighting. Guests can take advantage of the resort’s beachfront location and 1,200 square metres of outdoor pre-function space by extending their event outside. Designed with flexibility in mind, the multipurpose venues feature the latest conference technology, access to gourmet catering and expert event planning services.
Award-winning Connect Chair
Ergonomically designed for comfort and built to last, the Connect Chair was chosen as it fulfils the role of being an all-day long conference chair and all-evening banqueting chair. It was the first banquet chair to receive two prestigious HX ‘Best of Show’ and ‘Best New Product’ awards in New York.
Convenient folding banquet tables
The choice of tables for the meeting rooms was also very important, the range chosen was the Flip-Top which not only looks modern and stylish but has the advantage of being easily rearranged and stored away when not needed making best use of the space.
Silvano Dressino – GM of Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay
Our dedicated meeting and events venues have put this previously unknown area of Fiji on the map and the feedback we’ve received has been overwhelmingly positive.
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