Have just returned from 5 nights on Mana and was pleased to find it still has the magic island feel it had some 25yrs ago.
Yes, some of the resort is tired, however they are working on updating the older buildings and building new facilities. We stayed in an island bure and found it to be clean and comfortable and was serviced daily.The only time we were in the bure was after the evening entertainment. Our six grandkids aged from 10 down to 3 found the kids club ,the pool and south beach filled in their whole day ,everyday and they all crashed at the end of each day.
The food overall was adequate ,the egg nest at breakfast is great, but it was nice to have an evening meal at the south beach restaurant for a change from the buffet. Staff were excellent , friendly and helpful at all times.
We were advised of the renovations by our agent who sent us a map outlining where they were working and given the option to change our bure or upgrade, which we declined.
As for outdoor showers this is always being mentioned in the forum along with the food situation where people are advised to buy up on snacks.Not once have I seen anyone mention cooking facilitie are available.
Another great holiday and we will return again.
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