Hotels

Hayman Island by InterContinental presents exclusive incentive

Sponsored by InterContinental Hotels Group

Hayman Island by InterContinental represents a new era of immersive luxury in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef.

And to celebrate, Hayman Island by InterContinental is offering agents the chance to win a three-night stay for two in one of Australia’s most iconic private island resorts with an exclusive trade incentive.

Among Australia’s most iconic private atoll resorts, Hayman Island – which opened in July – is one of only four of the Whitsundays to offer resort accommodation, and the nearest of the islands to the outer reef.

From the moment travellers step off their seaplane, helicopter or luxury yacht, they will discover a tranquil destination of privacy and pampering. Furthermore, whether diving the Great Barrier Reef, basking in a private pool, or sailing the Coral Sea, guests are spoiled for further outdoor choices on Hayman Island.

Hayman Island by InterContinental - exterior - low res (1)

As well as commanding magnificent views – as standard throughout the Whitsundays – south across the Coral Sea, Hayman Island by InterContinental also enjoys an ideal climate year-round, with average temperatures between 25°C and 31°C all-year round.

The 294-hectare (726 acre) island, at eight kilometres (five miles) in circumference, also hosts stunning, white beaches on a two-kilometre crescent-shaped stretch of sand.

Inland, the island boasts 168 beautifully appointed rooms, suites, villas and the halo residence: the Three-Bedroom Hayman Beach House. From sophisticated sea-facing escapes to lush garden sanctuaries, each world-class residence is a magnificent blend of intuitive design and taste.

To learn more about Hayman Island by InterContinental’s rooms and villas, click here.

Discover images

Beyond InterContinental’s luxury accommodation, a collection of meeting, event and wedding venues also provide an ideal setting for world-class meetings, incentives and special events.

With a selection of indoor and outdoor spaces set, the resort can host small meetings of up to 10 to large groups of 300 delegates. A further array of five new restaurants and bars present an array of culinary delights and local flavours for guests – and delegates – to explore.

To be blown away by InterContinental’s all new, all delicious cuisine, click here.

While on island, guests can explore an array of adrenaline-packed adventures, with underwater scooters, diving tours and guided snorkelling tours showcasing the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef. Adding to that are open-door helicopter and seaplane excursions, which offer unmatched views of the Heart Reef from above.

Guests can also allow for magnificent sailing regattas and jet ski tours – showcasing some of the best of Hayman Island by InterContinental’s on-water experiences – while personalised charters explore Hill Inlet and the pristine sands of Whitehaven Beach.

Discover images

For families, the all-new InterContinental Planet Trekkers Kids’ Club and babysitting service ensures explorers of all ages are entertained on Hayman Island by InterContinental with activities such as fish feeding, sand flat tours and snorkelling lessons.

Meanwhile, adults are invited to relax in the all-new Hayman Spa, which boasts regionally inspired traditional and contemporary Sodashi treatments.

It’s time to explore some of the very best in island resort luxury, courtesy of Hayman Island by InterContinental.

Hayman Island by InterContinental is offering agent the chance to win a three-night stay for two in Australia’s most iconic private island resort with an exclusive trade incentive.

To find out more, click here.

To discover all you need to know about Hayman Island by InterContinental, click here.

SEE WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

Leave a Reply

Wholesalers

Abercrombie & Kent unveils remote Flinders Island adventure

The luxury travel connoisseur is bringing remote and unusual parts of Australia into the spotlight with the launch of this new active adventure off the Tasmanian coast.

Share

CommentComments

Tourism

“There’s a fair bit of work to still go there”: ScoMo plays down hype around ‘vaccine passports’

by Ali Coulton

When the PM talks about international travel, the whole of Australia listens. However, in this instance, you’re going to have to switch your eyes on rather than your ears.

Share

CommentComments

Travel Agents

Flight Centre posts $234m loss, but grows its share in “large and important” Aussie leisure market

by Huntley Mitchell

If you ignore that big negative number in the headline, it’s all very positive news here from FCTG.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Qantas suffers $1bn half-yearly loss, pushes back international flight plans

by Huntley Mitchell

The flying kangaroo won’t be hopping overseas as soon as originally hoped, after posting a “stark, but not surprising” loss.

Share

CommentComments

Destinations

Brisvegas tapped as preferred host for 2032 Olympic Games

Crack a tinnie of XXXX Gold, because it looks like the Olympics might be coming to Queensland 32 years after Sydney’s hosting efforts.

Share

CommentComments

Cruise

Carnival Cruise Line extends US pause, as Canadian port closures spark Seabourn, Princess and HAL cancellations

Canada’s obnoxiously handsome PM, Justin Trudeau, has chucked a spanner in the works for cruise fanatics over on that side of the globe.

Share

CommentComments

Technology

Intrepid co-founder backs the Pinterest of travel apps

The social media platform claims to be the first to let users share travel-specific content to create real-world itineraries.

Share

CommentComments

Destinations

Why your clients will be drawn to Japan’s heartland once international travel restarts

by Sponsored by Gifu Prefecture Tourism Federation

With your clients no doubt itching to get back overseas, here’s a destination that’s a realistic chance of reopening to Aussies before many others.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

“I thought we were going down”: What we know about the United Airlines engine explosion

The flight was forced to make an emergency landing in Denver when one of its engines blew apart, raining debris on suburban neighbourhoods below.

Share

CommentComments

Cruise

Royal Caribbean cops further punishment for detaining Aussie cruiser over threesome

The man had already been paid almost $100,000 by the cruise line after being detained by crew members on Explorer of the Seas for six days over false rape allegations.

Share

CommentComments

Travel Agents

Helloworld bears $15.1m loss, but retail networks still “largely intact”

by Huntley Mitchell

Helloworld swung to a loss in the first six months of FY21, but it wasn’t all bad news for the ASX-listed group.

Share

CommentComments

Destinations

Traditional owners threaten closure of key Kakadu tourism sites over “mismanagement” by Parks Australia

Traditional owners of Kakadu National Park have warned they will close parts of the tourism hotspot after claims it has fallen into “disrepair”.

Share

CommentComments