Each luxury pavilion spills out to a private heated plunge pool overlooking Hayman Bay. Photo: Supplied
One of Australia’s most iconic island resorts hopes to capitalise on pent-up demand from luxury travellers here and overseas with the unveiling of 12 luxury new adults-only beachfront pavilions just steps from the Coral Sea.
The much-loved Intercontinental Hayman Island Resort with its instantly recognisable pool unveiled the luxury pavilions on September 1, offering guests 24-hour concierge service, in-room dining, on demand buggy transfers and access to all the 168-room five-star resort has to offer.
Offering true barefoot luxury, the 45-square-metre freestanding pavilions are away from the main resort, while the Hayman Residences, built in 2017 and designed by the late and lauded architect Kerry Hill, sit discreetly above on a private hilltop.
The new pavilions are expected to meet increased demand for the resort’s premium suites and luxury experiences. Photo: Supplied
Each pavilion offers a king-size bed dressed in soft grey linen, freestanding bath, crisp blue and white interiors and alfresco balcony spilling out to a private heated plunge pool overlooking Hayman Bay.
Expected to meet increased demand for the resort’s premium suites and luxury experiences, resort general manager Arpad Romandy anticipates the Daarc Studio- designed pavilions to be popular with guests yearning for privacy and seclusion.
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The pavilions are the latest addition to the private island at the northernmost tip of Queensland’s Whitsundays. Hayman unveiled a $135 million refurbishment in 2019 that included eight, 120-square-metre adults-only beach villas, also designed by Kerry Hill, housing open-air private pools, outdoor terraces and superb sea vistas.
Pavilions from $2750 a night and include breakfast and concierge service. See haymanisland.intercontinental.com