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Hilton To Begin Construction In August

The $F170 million Hilton Fiji Beach Resort and Spa will begin construction on Denarau Island in August. Initially 110 hotel rooms and 137 villas will be built but, when completed, the Hilton will offer 423 units.

The resort will also include a stand-alone spa, gymnasium, five restaurants, and a ballroom for 1,000. During construction the project is expected to employ 1,000 workers.

When opened, the Hilton will have a staff of 600.

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