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Sea Breeze Hotel
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Reviewed February 21, 2017

This quiet motel is right on the waterfront,(though no water access), which is probably why is was relatively quiet even though it's just a block from the bus station and market. Very convenient. The staff are welcoming and friendly. Large pool and courtyard are clean and agreat place to relax. For just $100(Fijian) it seemed like a good deal, though it seemed a bit old. The only complaint was a bathroom that hadn't been cleaned. I've no doubt we'd of been given another room if we'd mentioned the uncleaned bathroom, but we let it go. It was really convenient to be so close to the large Lautoka market.

  • Stayed: February 2017, traveled as a couple
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Thank MtRainierDave
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Reviewed April 25, 2016 via mobile

Stayed at this hotel for a night. Cheap room @85$. The first room was a disaster. After check-in we went out for a late lunch. On return we found a strong stench in the room. Reason the WC has started leaking. At the reception there was just one person (a lady) who was really very helpful and immediately changed our room.
Would recommend this only if there is no other option available.

Do not upgrade to a sea facing room. The view is not worth it.
Do not buy any snacks from the restaurant/hotel shop... it is really overpriced.

Stayed: April 2016, traveled with family
Thank PahadiSauju
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Reviewed October 22, 2015 via mobile

Hotel was clean, quiet and located close to bus station. Bed was nice and air conditioning was working well and quiet. Swimming pool is nice but when I was there water was very dirty. We found one huge cockroach in closet. Shower was good and clean. No internet in the hotel and hard to find it anywhere in Lautoka. We checked other budget accomodation in Lautoka and this was way nicer than others.

Stayed: October 2015
Thank maticko5
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Reviewed September 14, 2015 via mobile

Stayed for a Friday and Saturday night and enjoyed our stay. Sea front room on the upper level was perfect for with a view to the sea. We paid $80 FJD which was worthwhile as other rooms face the road. With renovations completed only a month ago everything was modern and clean. We also had a lovely breakfast of coffee, toast, eggs and juice ($10 FJD)- the breakfast room faced the sea. Staff were very friendly and welcoming.

Very close to everything in town. Staff kept our bags for us until we caught the afternoon bus.

For light sleepers the proximity to the pool might be something to consider when choosing a room. On the contrary we found the young Fijian children in the pool early on Sunday morning a delight to listen to. I'm sure it's quiet during the week.

Stayed: September 2015, traveled as a couple
Thank KerryH7
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Reviewed May 24, 2015

We had a sea view room, also overlooking a well appointed pool, with A/C and free parking. Our room was very basic and quite small but on the surface was made up well. The staff were very friendly and checked we had received our complimentary tea, creamer and soap shortly after we checked in. There is an option to purchase breakfast but no information was readily available about how much it cost or when it was offered from.

It was our first time to Fiji so I'm taking that into account. And, the rate at the Seabreeze was about half that of a nearby resort's king room so it's obvious to expect different levels of amenities and quality.

The Seabreeze is located at the end of a short narrow laneway. We had a heck of a time finding it. The best feature at this hotel is its pool.

The room itself was very small and basic. There were two double beds, a suitcase shelf and an aged, scarred table. The A/C worked well but was far from quiet, we didn't leave the windows open as fly screens were damaged and mosquitos love me for a buffet. There was one power point that we could use and it was not near a mirror so doing my hair in the morning was interesting. The bedding was stained, ripped and burnt.

The bathroom had a toilet, shower and shelf/mirror. Ours showed evidence of mould and water damage. The shower flow could best be described as random as water went in any old direction but hot and cold water both worked.

I didn't see any cockroaches anywhere in the hotel. The comment about roaches made in another review isn't entirely fair as roaches are part of the environment in subtropical areas including those in Australia so you will always have some about even in the tidiest of establishments.

We had a short stay at the Seabreeze...it wasn't really was we had expected. I think there may be a different interpretation of "budget" between how this hotel markets itself and how I think of it. To me, the Seabreeze is a self contained backpacker lodge, providing secure four walls, a roof and an ensuite and is budget accommodation as in costs less than staying in a resort. But I think they may be genuinely trying to target travellers wanting a value for money experience.

All in all, we had a relatively decent night sleep, didn't have any problems with street noise and didn't have any problems checking out with cutting our stay short. The staff were all exceptionally pleasant and this accommodation block would be a huge challenge to run as a hotel anywhere, never mind in Fiji where it is expensive to make improvements because everything is shipped in.

  • Stayed: May 2015, traveled as a couple
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