Palm Cove resort rebrands MGallery

After undergoing an impressive refurbishment, Reef House Resort & Spa in Far North Queensland’s Palm Cove is set to join the Accor network on 22 February and become part of its exclusive MGallery Collection of hotels.

Originally built as a family residence in 1958, the 69-room resort which boasts beach frontage overlooking the Coral Sea will be Australia’s sixth MGallery hotel, heralding an exciting time for the boutique brand as it expands its presence in the South Pacific and makes its foray into Queensland.

In becoming part of the MGallery Collection, Reef House Resort & Spa Palm Cove joins The Como Melbourne, The Grand Hotel Melbourne, Hotel Lindrum (Melbourne), Harbour Rocks Hotel in Sydney and the Fairmont Resort in the Blue Mountains in MGallery’s Australian Collection. The boutique network comprises hotels with unique personalities, premier locations and highly distinctive architecture, interior design and services.

Simon McGrath, chief operating officer Accor Pacific said, “Reef House Resort & Spa has long been one of the standout properties in Palm Cove and indeed in Tropical North Queensland. It has such a great history and we’re thrilled to be taking on the management rights to the resort and look forward to seeing Reef House benefit considerably by being part of the Accor network.

The MGallery Collection which is all about boutique, high end hotels with unique stories, resonates particularly well with Reef House Resort & Spa and we are excited to see the hotel flourish under its new, internationally recognised name.

Brett Skinner, who has worked for Accor for nine-years has been appointed general manager of Reef House Resort & Spa Palm Cove as effective 22 February.

Set amongst lush tropical gardens, fragrant frangipanis, three sprawling swimming pools and 300-year-old Melaleucas, Reef House Resort & Spa Palm Cove is located 25 minutes north of Cairns and directly opposite the main swimming beach of Palm Cove. Housed in a romantic, colonial style building with white washed walls, Reef House Resort & Spa truly captures the romance of a bygone era as each of the guestrooms boast plush, king size beds draped with light muslin netting and come with private balconies or patios either overlooking the ocean, garden or pool.

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