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One&Only says hello Emirates Wolgan Valley

Luxury resort Emirates Wolgan Valley in the Blue Mountains has announced it is to be rebranded to a One&Only Resort in 2015.

Luxury resort Emirates Wolgan Valley in the Blue Mountains has announced it is to be rebranded to a One&Only Resort in 2015.

This will be South African owned companies second resort in Australia, following the successful rebirth (to the tune of $80 million) of One&Only Hayman Island in July 2014.

From early 2015, One&Only will be able to offer two of the most definitive luxury experiences within Australia, showcasing the range of what the country has to offer. Emirates will continue to retain full ownership of the resort.

“Wolgan Valley is such a special place in Australia. The lists of awards and accolades that the resort has garnered since its opening in 2009 speak to its unique value, and the high quality experience that it offers. We are proud of all that the resort has achieved, but now we feel that it is time to work with a partner to expand the Wolgan experience and take the resort to new heights,”

Sir Tim Clark, President, Emirates Airline

True to the brand’s heritage, Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley will continue to build on the incredible local and seasonal offerings to provide gourmet meals overseen by internationally acclaimed chefs.

At the Spa, the resort will continue to showcase the incredible natural environment by utilising elements that are represented in the surrounding area, making the Spa a destination for guests to enjoy.

As with all One&Only properties, the resort will cater to couples and families alike – preserving privacy and serenity for those who seek it whilst also providing engaging activities for all ages. Innovative offerings for families will include learning about the history of the surrounding environment including the wildlife and flora and fauna.

What do you think of the news? Have you stayed at Emirates Wolgan Valley before?