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Radisson Blu Fiji Imports NZ Outdoor Furniture

Radisson Blu Fiji Imports NZ Outdoor Furniture

Radisson Blu Resort Fiji has recently renovated their property with new outdoor furniture imported from New Zealand. Boasting 5-stars, Radisson Blu is no stranger to luxury with its outstanding views and amenities including four lagoon pools. The decision to import from Auckland based luxury rattan outdoor furniture supplier OceanWeave was only fitting.

OceanWeave were selected out of a number of leading outdoor furniture suppliers from New Zealand, Singapore, China and Europe. Located on 10 acres of beachfront property on Denerau Island, it was important for Radisson Blu to select furniture that could withstand their demanding coastal environment.

OceanWeave were ultimately chosen for their high quality rattan outdoor furniture, excellent level of service and great value for money. Their furniture has been specifically designed to withstand hot temperatures, rain and frequent use in commercial settings such as a busy family resort. They have now proudly supplied Radisson Blu with outdoor sun loungers, outdoor bar stools and oceanfront outdoor daybeds for guests to enjoy.

OceanWeave Managing Director Michael Pearce says “With such a stunning resort as Radisson Blu it seems only natural that they house luxury furniture such as OceanWeave. Our furniture has been made to withstand tropical climates like Fiji and we are excited to be exporting more of our outdoor furniture into the Pacific Islands”.

Radisson Blu Resort Fiji Denarau Island is part of the Rezidor Hotel Group, which currently operate more than 430 hotels around the world. OceanWeave Furniture is owned by Shade7, a New Zealand based umbrella shade specialist.Visit OceanWeave Furniture to view their collectionends

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