Mantra Group Resorts Open for Business in North Queensland
Mantra Group is pleased to confirm that Peppers, Mantra and BreakFree resorts in Port Douglas, Palm Cove and Cairns have emerged relatively unscathed from the weekend's Cyclone Ita.
All resorts are fully operational and, most importantly, deemed safe for guests with only minor damage to gardens. The extreme weather conditions have now subsided allowing our staff to join in community clean ups to ensure the region is back to normal as soon as possible, ready for the busy Easter holidays.
Peppers resorts on Magnetic Island and in Airlie Beach have also reported minimal damage and will be fully operational for Easter guests. Flights and ferry services have resumed and all roads are now open in both regions.
Any guests with forward bookings have no cause for concern, however any queries can be answered by the Mantra Group Reservations team on 1800 080878.
Mantra Group CEO, Bob East, said: “Recovery plans were in place leading up to the event, which ensured properties were ready to handle the cyclone and its aftermath.
Thanks to the excellent coordination and teamwork by the operations and central services, all properties will resume to normal trade in readiness for Easter.”
Thoughts are with communities in and around Cooktown. Mantra Group is a national humanity partner with the Australian Red Cross and will support recovery efforts wherever required.