The new premium resort will have 277 rooms, including interconnecting rooms, suites and special access rooms.
“Our deluxe rooms offer the perfect sanctuary for over 50s guests, with large east-facing terraces, king bed, lounge and coffee tables, they are a gorgeous retreat post a day in the sun,” Mr Heron says. The pool
Daydream Island also has more than 40 sets of interconnecting rooms and suites for families, making it a great resort for multi-generation getaways.
These rooms will be poolside on the ground floor or on level one with pool or ocean views.
“The majority are Superior King Room & Twin (2 Queen Beds) combined, but the resort also has options for three, four and even five rooms to be connected together for larger families, groups of friends or multi-generational families,” Mr Heron says.
When it opens, Daydream Island Resort will have a revitalised pool landscape which winds through tropical gardens and under bridges.
From the sun lounges, you can expect to have unparalleled views over the Whitsundays.
The poolside bar will serve gourmet burgers, sliders, pork ribs and chicken wings as well as smooth tropical cocktails, draught beer or wine.
Want to indulge?
Try a scoop of ice-cream from the Movenpick Ice Cream Bar.