Mulpha Australia to offer homes for sale on Hayman Island as InterContinental arrives

Mulpha Australia to offer homes for sale on Hayman Island as InterContinental arrives
Mulpha Australia to offer homes for sale on Hayman Island as InterContinental arrives

The Whitsunday Islands will see IHG take over management of Hayman Island, rebranding it as Hayman Island, by InterContinental.

Hayman Island, by InterContinental will be an oasis at the northernmost point in the Whitsunday Islands.

It opens in 2019, following significant investment to refurbish the product. 

The 166-room hotel is on the 400-hectare island where Mulpha Australia Limited will offer a bespoke collection of homes for sale to those who want to own a piece of heaven on Hayman Island. 

Malaysia’s Mulpha Group told The Australian last month it was spending more than $100 million redeveloping its cyclone-ravaged Hayman Island, one of the poshest resorts.

Mulpha plans to redevelop the 400ha island as one of the most luxurious lifestyle resorts in Australia, introducing an exclusive private beach house, a range of new penthouse suites and four ­exclusive townhouse-style private residences for sale or rent.

Hayman Island’s houses have been designed by award-winning, Singapore-based architect Kerry Hill and fitted out by ­­Blainey North.

Mulpha can ­develop 21 houses on Hayman ­Island, and has completed four with butler’s pantries, private pools, four bedrooms and four ensuite bathrooms priced at about $10 million each.

The houses, to be completed next March, are about two minutes’ on a golf buggy from the resort.

The landmark agreement with Mulpha Australia Limited also sees IHG continue with a long-term agreement to manage both InterContinental Sydney and InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort. 

InterContinental Sanctuary Cove was the first InterContinental Resort to open in Australia.

Under the new agreement, InterContinental Sanctuary Cove will enjoy a refurbishment that will see it continue its legacy as one of Queensland’s most prestigious hotels.

IHG currently has 47 hotels operating under four brands across Australasia: InterContinental, Crowne Plaza, Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express with a further 19 in the pipeline including Hotel Indigo and EVEN Hotels.

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