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Announcement From One&Only Hayman Island

By Ray White Whitsunday

Following the damage incurred to One&Only Hayman Island by Cyclone Debbie and subsequent closure of the Resort until mid-2018, One&Only and Mulpha have agreed to transition the management of the resort as of 5th June 2017. Mulpha Australia will be rebranding the Resort upon re-opening following their extensive reconstruction and redevelopment works.

It is important to know that this news has no impact on our existing or planned One&Only Resorts. We are continuing to build on the success of Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley and have recently launched the expansion of the One&Only portfolio with the addition of One&Only Nature Resorts, One&Only Urban Resorts and One&Only Private Homes.

We are also excited to be introducing this year One&Only Nyungwe House in Rwanda. In addition, we will be welcoming back the legendary One&Only Le Saint Geran in December of this year following the significant rebirth of the resort, including our first residential experience.

We are excited about this next phase for One&Only and continuing to introduce new experiences and innovate at our resorts. On behalf of the entire One&Only Team, we look forward to welcoming you back to One&Only soon.

Warm regards,
PHILIPPE ZUBER
President and Chief Operating Officer

Source: Email from One&Only Hayman Island

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