Classic Holidays Making Guests Feel Like Stars!
Australia’s largest privately owned timeshare resort and club management company, Classic Holidays, has announced several new enhancements to guest activity programs at Classic managed resorts around the country.
“Classic Holidays is enhancing the experience for guests staying at our managed resorts thanks to the introduction of new, exclusive activities that will make their holiday really sparkle,” said Classic Holidays’ Chief Operating Officer, Carole Smith.
Pacific Palms Resort on the New South Wales Mid North Coast is taking the guest experience sky high – literally – through a brand new activity program this year.
Holiday makers are treated to an astronomy night like no other to kick off the week – hosted by resident manager Nick Trew, a passionate amateur astronomer.
“Our resort has purchased a fabulous telescope which is set up on the tennis court, and with minimal lighting in the National Park, the night sky comes alive,” Mr Trew said. “It’s just one of the many new activities we offer at our award-winning resort.”
Gold Coast guests staying at Classic managed resorts will also be able to enjoy a night with the stars, with the introduction of a weekly Stargaze astronomy tour.
“This activity will offer a fun and interactive astronomy session from the comfort of the guests’ resort. At present these are hosted by Cedar Lake, Beachcomber, Tiki Village and Surfers Royale, with plans to launch at other resorts in the future,” Ms Smith said.
But that’s not all. “Classic has partnered with Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to offer The Classic Currumbin VIP tour – a behind the scenes VIP guided tour, exclusive to Classic Holidays guests, showcasing the best Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has to offer.
“This special weekly tour is offered to guests at our 7 managed resorts on the Gold coast.
“It’s Classic Holidays’ way to go above and beyond for our guests. Now we are going way, way above, setting a higher standard that guests can expect when staying with us at any Classic managed resort.”