Classic Holidays’ Don Pancho Beach Resort Back To Normal

Classic Holidays reports that managed resort, Don Pancho Beach Resort in the Queensland town of Bargara, near Bundaberg, is fully operational and back to normal following the effects of the January 26 storm which impacted the region.

Orlando, Florida – March 29, 2013 – (INTUITION by Perspective Group) – Classic Holidays (http://www.classicholidays.com.au/) reports that managed resort, Don Pancho Beach Resort in the Queensland town of Bargara, near Bundaberg, is fully operational and back to normal following the effects of the January 26 storm which impacted the region.

Due to the dedication of resort managers Kelley and Craig Hutchinson, resort personnel and the efforts of local contractors, the resort is welcoming guests and providing excellent holiday experiences as it looks forward to April and the ANZAC Day holiday.

“We are extremely proud of the work that Kelley and Craig have done to go above and beyond our expectations to ensure that our members enjoy their holiday at Don Pancho,” said Ramy Filo, CEO, Classic Holidays (http://www.classicholidays.com.au/). “While they dealt with the cleanup and restoration work, they also had our guests to look after and, from the reaction of those guests, it appears the resort has successfully overcome the challenge.”

Visitors surveyed who stayed at the resort in February enjoyed their resort experience according to their survey responses:

  • 80 percent said their holiday experience either met or exceeded their expectation
  • 80 percent would recommend the resort to family or friends
  • 90 percent said the maintenance of their unit either met or exceeded their expectation
  • 90 percent approved of the overall cleanliness and housekeeping of the facility
  • 100 percent added that the cleanliness and maintenance of common areas and facilities exceeded their expectations

“The positive reaction we received from our guests is simply amazing and proves that we have the best resort management staff in Australia,” added Filo.

Classic reported that they received 17 cancellations as a result of the storm, all of whom were or will be accommodated with alternative holiday accommodation.

For more information about Classic Holidays, please visit http://www.classicholidays.com.au/.

About Classic Holidays

Established in 1978 with Head Office operations based on the Gold Coast, Classic Holidays is Australia’s largest privately owned timeshare Resort Management Company, representing almost 50,000 member families and responsible for over 650 employees. Built on strong founding principles of honesty, respect and commitment, Classic has a reputation for excellence, providing their resorts with a comprehensive range of support services. For more information about Classic Holidays, please visithttp://www.classicholidays.com.au/. Every day, Classic Holidays welcomes new members to their innovative holiday program, Classic Escapes. To find out more, visit http://www.classicescapes.com.au.

 

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