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Kia Orana from Muri Beach Club Hotel

Between the hotel’s idyllic spa and local adventures, there’s plenty to keep guests occupied!

March 4, 2019
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Rebecca Murphy

Rebecca Murphy

March 4, 2019

On behalf of Muri Beach Club Hotel, World Resorts of Distinction (WRD), is thrilled to unveil a slate of new developments from the premium adults-only (18 plus) hotel in the Cook Islands, Muri Beach Club Hotel.

Located at the heart of one of Rarotonga’s most outstanding natural features – Muri Lagoon – the boutique hotel has introduced a new, environmentally-friendly toiletries collection called Pina Colada.

This range was selected not only for its delicious scent but also for its biodegradable formulations, recycled packaging and the brand’s no animal testing policy.

WRD Resort Marketing Manager, Narelle Christoffersen-Langton said Muri Beach Club Hotel is conscious of its impact on the stunning local environment and close-knit community, and makes an effort to keep these values at the forefront of all operations.

“Through fundraising initiatives and raising awareness among guests, the hotel supports a range of not-for-profit organisations and local government initiatives dedicated to making a difference to the environment. Some of these groups include The Centre for Cetacean Research, the Esther Honey Foundation, and the Cook Islands Marine Park,” she said.

In an effort to provide guests with an unparalleled in-room experience, the hotel has recently upgraded its beds and bedding, and all Beachfront and Pool View Rooms now have the ability to have superking splitables, making room-sharing even easier for group bookings.

All bedding has been replaced with Sleepy Heads’ plush range, and lodge pillows – both extra-long and regular – are now on offer.

The Muri Beach Club Hotel guest experience is also elevated by the introduction of new Wi-Fi offers in room, and 24/7 access to the hotel’s onsite gift shop, which is convenient for late-night arrivals and early-morning departures.

In terms of experiences, all tours and activities are bookable at the hotel’s reception and the onsite spa has introduced some great daily specials, such as ‘Express Yourself Monday’, ‘Restorative Thursday’ and ‘Glow Down Sunday’.

“Between the hotel’s idyllic spa and local adventures, there’s plenty to keep guests occupied,” Narelle explained. “New tours on the island include an arts and crafts tour, circle island tour, and Ei making tour – all of which can be arranged directly through the hotel.”

For a limited time the hotel is offering up to 25% off accommodation for travel between now and 31 March 2019 and 1 November to 31 December 2019. For more information including full terms and conditions, please contact Narelle on narelle@wrd.com.au

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