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Hayman Island by InterContinental presents stunning guest room and suite collection

Sponsored by InterContinental Hotels Group

Envisioned by leaders in design and architecture, the recently opened Hayman Island by InterContinental’s guest room and suite collection redefines luxury.

Hayman Island by InterContinental’s stay collection redefines luxury island living with state-of-the-art suite control, contemporary features and stunning new furnishings. Envisioned by the likes of DBI Designs, DAARC and KY Design, the resort’s 168 guest rooms, suites and villas are artful.

Furthermore, intertwining the resort’s stay collection are spectacular pools, panoramic seascapes and tropical gardens spreading across three wings: lagoon, pool and beach.

Lagoon Wing

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Featuring 95 rooms and suites with interconnecting and accessible options available, the Lagoon Wing embraces Hayman Island by InterContinental’s natural beauty and contemporary feel. Located on the eastern side of the resort, the wing overlooks the tranquil Infinity Pool, lily lagoon, tropical gardens and out to Hayman Beach and the Coral Sea.

Ideal for families or groups, a collection of one, two- and three-bedroom Hayman Suites enjoy a privileged position on the top floor of the Lagoon Wing. And each of them boasts a double balcony, open-plan living room and luxury amenities.

Pool Wing

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The Pool Wing offers an iconic Hayman Island by InterContinental experience, presenting 46 one- and two-bedroom suites perched over Hayman® Pool, with views across the Coral Sea from private balconies.  The Pool Wing also features a collection of direct pool access suites, where guests can swim-out into Hayman® Pool through their private double balcony.

Beach Wing

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The exclusive Beach Wing offers beachfront and private retreats, and welcomes 16 stunning Retreat Rooms – each with a private terrace, garden and outdoor shower.

Moreover, the Beach Wing features a coveted collection of eight Beach Villas, complete with unrivalled beachfront location, an open-air private pool, super-king bedroom and outdoor terrace.

The Beach Wing is also the home of the newly built ‘Three Bedroom Hayman Beach House’ – presenting the pinnacle of luxury on Hayman Island by InterContinental – which boasts unobstructed views of the Coral Sea.

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The residence (pictured) also consists of modern design-led interiors with airy, light-drenched open-living; private dining and a living room; and an outdoor alfresco entertaining area overlooking the beachfront infinity pool.

Three bedrooms each offer a distinct sense of place: the master suite featuring a dramatic entry with floor-to-ceiling curtains bordering your opulent king bed with direct access to the infinity pool. While all rooms feature superior design, master ensuites with over-sized bathtubs and a private pool. Designed to flow effortlessly from the indoors to outdoors, this residence also features sun lounges with each pool, manicured gardens and bamboo walls, and timber stepping platforms leading to direct beach access.

Hayman’s iconic suite collection is further accented by two Hayman Residences atop the island’s exclusive hillside.

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Designed by Australian architect Kerry Hill, the two double-storey residences enjoy panoramic views across the Whitsunday Islands, four bedrooms with ensuites, entertainment areas, a dining room, fully equipped kitchen and stunning infinity pool.

Each residence comes with access to exclusive MyConcierge benefits and two private buggies for easy access to the resort’s restaurants, bars, pools and facilities, along with the opportunity to add private chef moments and more.

To celebrate the opening of Hayman Island by InterContinental, agents are invited to enter an exclusive trade incentive for the chance to win a three-night stay for two in one of Australia’s most iconic private island resorts.

To find out more, click here.

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