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Hayman Island expands luxury offering with new ‘adults only’ experience

Pavilions aimed at couples and guests seeking privacy in a more secluded area of the resort

Delivering an exclusive ‘adults-only’ experience in the heart of the Whitsundays, InterContinental Hayman Island Resort has announced its plans to open 12 ultra-luxury Beachfront Pavilion suites next month.

The stand-alone Beachfront Pavilions feature a spacious luxury bedroom with separate living area and covered outdoor balcony spilling out to a private heated plunge pool.

Positioned as an exclusive adults area of the resort with My Concierge service, guests have access to all that InterContinental Hayman Island Resort has to offer.

InterContinental Hayman Island Resort ‘Adults Only’ Pavilion Lounge

This includes including the luxury Hayman Spa, gym and recreation facilities, including a golf simulator, the iconic Hayman Pool and Infinity Pool swimming pools, a diverse range of dining and bar options, and access to a host of on- and off-island activities.

InterContinental Hayman Island Resort General Manager, Arpad Romandy, said the Pavilions are a welcome addition to the resort and cater to the increased demand we have seen for premium suites and elevated luxury experiences.

InterContinental Hayman Island Resort ‘Adults Only’ Pavilion Bedroom

“We expect the Pavilions to be very popular with couples and guests seeking privacy in a more secluded area of the resort,” he said.

“With their absolute beachfront position, private plunge pool and stand-alone design, the Pavilions offer a new style of luxury accommodation for our guests and will further enhance our award-winning resort.”

InterContinental Hayman Island Resort ‘Adults Only’ Pavilion Bathroom

Mulpha Australia CEO, Greg Shaw , whose company owns Hayman Island and Sanctuary Cove, said his organisation was excited that work is nearing completion on the new offering.

“This investment is testament to our confidence and commitment to Australia’s most iconic private island resort destination in the heart of the world-famous Great Barrier Reef,” he said.

“While the last two years have had their challenges, it has underlined the value of quality offerings in iconic locations, and there are none better than this. With international borders open, we are thrilled to be welcoming back international guests and have seen pent-up demand lead to strong forward bookings for the remainder of 2022 and in to 2023.”

InterContinental Hayman Island Resort underwent a $135 million refurbishment in 2019 and has been expanding its luxury accommodation options to create a new standard for luxury resort travel in the region.

 

 

Mike Parker-Brown

Mike Parker-Brown is a UK-trained and qualified journalist and an award-winning travel communicator with more than 30 years experience. Since 2002, Mike has worked as a freelance writer and PR consultant providing his services to major organisations in Australia and internationally in the tourism, aviation, hospitality, recruitment and export marketing sectors.

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