The beachfront resort has spent more than 300000

first_imgThe beachfront resort has spent more than $300,000 revamping its restaurant, bar, kitchen and reception areas, as well as introducing a new luxury spa, and is preparing for the arrival of a new $100,000 purpose-built boat for guest transfers, and diving and fishing expeditions to Vanuatu’s world class wrecks and secret coral gardens. Hot on the heels of Air Vanuatu’s agent and companion fare sale, Aore Island Resort on Espiritu Santo in Vanuatu is also offering travel agents a great deal, to celebrate the completion of a major refurb at the resort that has elevated it to 4-star status.Agents can stay in a Studio Beachfront Bungalow for $150 per night, and a One Bedroom Beachfront Bungalow for $200 per night. agentsAore Island ResortEspiritu Santoindustry discountVanuatucenter_img Aore Island Resort owners Lisa and Brad Gray, who took control of the property just over a year ago, say the upgrade program will continue, with plans for a major renovation of its beachfront bungalows now in development.“The resort’s authentic culture and spectacular setting have always resonated with Australian families, couples and adventure seekers looking for an island escape,” says Brad Gray.“That appeal is now being enhanced through an ongoing investment in new guest experiences and the unveiling of a fresh and contemporary look and feel designed to meet the specific needs of the Australian market.”Find out more herelast_img

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