Owned by Well Smart Group and operated under Accor’s Mantra brand, the resort’s new interior design reflects its beachfront locale with coastal-inspired decor.
“The transformation of all 160 guestrooms, coupled with upcoming upgrades to other areas of the resort, solidifies Mantra Club Croc as a premier holiday destination, seamlessly blending historical charm with modern coastal flair,” says Accor Pacific’s chief operating officer PME, Adrian Williams.
“It has raised the bar on hotel accommodation and elevated the guest experience in the holiday hotspot of Airlie Beach.
“Accor and Well Smart Group have a long and successful relationship, and we are thrilled for the opportunity to partner with them again on this landmark refurbishment. Their incredible vision is evident in every detail of this project.”
Situated close to the Coral Sea Marina, Mantra Club Croc is housed in a traditional Queenslander-style building.
“Our commitment to continuous improvement underscores our dedication to providing a world-class tourism offering,” says Well Smart Group’s group director, Jack Jia.
“The resort has been tailored to savvy leisure and business travellers who value immersive spaces, modern dining and leading-edge design.
“It offers a seamless and intuitive experience, while providing access to the Whitsundays’ famed blue waters, white sands and rugged green-clad islands.”
Mantra Club Croc’s refurbished guestrooms include local photographers’ artworks, pendant lighting, coastal-style wall panelling, a freestanding minibar, a robe with an open hanging rail and shelves, custom bedheads, and a storage banquette with an upholstered seat pad.
Mantra Club Croc also boasts a large lagoon pool with adjoining spa and lush tropical gardens – and poolside cocktail service – and a conference centre that accommodates events for 20 to 200 delegates.