A jointventure agreement with KSL Capital Partner

first_imgA joint-venture agreement with KSL Capital Partners (KSL) has seen Baillie Lodges add Silky Oaks Lodge to its portfolio of luxury lodges, with the Tropical North Queensland property officially on deck from April 2019.The move comes just weeks after Baillie Lodges announced its partnership with KSL, reaffirming a commitment to grow its portfolio of luxury lodges in Australia’s most extraordinary destinations. The new company will invest in property enhancements and product developments at Silky Oaks Lodge in the coming months, aligning it with the trademark Baillie Lodges’ guest experience. Already a member of the Luxury Lodges of Australia collection, Silky Oaks Lodge was considered a perfect fit with the existing Baillie Lodges properties, offering guests a broader range of multi-lodge itineraries and leveraging Baillie Lodges’ distribution network and operations expertise.As a destination experience, the discovery of the Daintree at Silky Oaks Lodge is an ideal complement to Baillie Lodges’ existing lodges including the outback encounter offered at Longitude 131° at Uluru-Kata Tjuta, the remote coastal wilderness at Southern Ocean Lodge on Kangaroo Island and the barefoot luxury at Capella Lodge on Lord Howe Island. Silky Oaks Lodge’s recognition among Australia’s best luxury lodges is a tribute to owner managers Paul and Barbara Van Min, who have led the property’s direction and welcomed thousands of domestic and international guests over the past nine years. The Lodge’s dedicated staff will join the broader Baillie Lodges team, with future opportunities now open to them to work at other lodges in the portfolio. Recruitment will also commence for a new senior management team at the property. Baillie Lodgeshotels & resortsSilky Oaks LodgeTropical North Queenslandlast_img

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