BreakFree adds Whitsundays resort to portfolio

BreakFree adds Whitsundays resort to portfolio
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Long Island Resort in the Whitsundays will join Mantra's BreakFree portfolio next month, taking the brand network to 27 properties across Australia and New Zealand. 

The signing of the 140-room property, owned by Oean Hotels and Resorts, follows the announcement of BreakFree's Asian debut with the BreakFree Sing Ken Ken in Legian, Bali.

The property "embodies" the BreakFree brand promise, according to Mantra chief executive Bob East.

"BreakFree prides itself on being a quality, cost-effective accommodation option for travellers in exceptional locations and Long Island is an excellent representation of this that I'm sure will be well received by our guests," he said.

Meanwhile, Ocean Hotels & Tourism was confident the new management deal would increase its exposure in the "competitive" Australian marketplace.

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