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Peppers Coral Coast Resort changes name in the Whitsundays

Peppers Airlie Beach Executive Chef Greg Devine and General Manager Jodi ShambrookPeppers Coral Coast Resort has changed its name to Peppers Airlie Beach to better reflect its desirable Whitsundays location, according to managers Mantra Group.

Peppers Airlie Beach has also been undertaking some substantial renovations to enhance its reputation as of one of Airlie Beach’s most indulgent resorts.

The resort has hit new heights of indulging guests by investing over AUD$200,000 to relocate their onsite endota spa to a new quiet location which also offers an additional relaxation lounge for guest’s to unwind before and after their spa treatments.

A new shaded deck has also been built alongside the resort’s stunning wet-edge pool which boasts magnificent views of Whitsunday Passage and has poolside food and beverage service from neighbouring Tides Restaurant and Bar.

The new poolside area can also be used for private dining experiences, cocktail parties and wedding ceremonies.

Peppers Airlie Beach opened in 2009 and features 102 well appointed one-, two-and three- bedroom apartments with panoramic views of Whitsunday Passage and a range of first-class leisure facilities such as a wet-edge resort pool, Tides Restaurant and Bar and an endota spa.

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