InterContinental Hayman Island Resort is launching an adults-only lodging experience in September with the addition of 12 new ultra-luxury beachfront lodges.
The self-contained lodges feature a spacious deluxe bedroom, separate living room, covered outdoor balcony, as well as a private heated plunge pool.
InterContinental Hayman Island Resort general manager Arpad Romandy said the resort has seen increased demand for upscale suites and elevated luxury experiences.
“We expect the lodges to be very popular with couples and guests seeking privacy in a more secluded area of the resort,” Romandy 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.”
Pavilion guests will have access to a personal concierge service, as well as the hotel’s spa, gym and leisure facilities, which include a golf simulator, two swimming pools, restaurants and bars, as well as activities on and off the island.
The property, which is owned by Mulpha Australia and managed by IHG, underwent a 135 million Australian dollar refurbishment in 2019 and has since raised its luxury accommodation options to a new standard.
Mulpha Australia CEO Greg Shaw said the latest investment demonstrates the company’s confidence in the iconic private island destination.
“While the past two years have had their challenges, this has underscored the value of quality offerings in iconic locations, and it doesn’t get any better than this,” Shaw said.
“With international borders open, we are delighted to welcome international guests back and have seen pent-up demand drive strong forward bookings for the remainder of 2022 and into 2023.”