Aurora bring management of Kangaroo Island's Ozone Hotel back in-house

Aurora will resume day-to-day management of its Aurora Ozone Hotel on Kangaroo Island in South Australia.
Aurora will resume day-to-day management of its Aurora Ozone Hotel on Kangaroo Island in South Australia.

Aurora Resorts is set to bring the daily management of two of its Australian hotels back in-house.

The privately-owned hotel group will resume day-to-day management of its Aurora Ozone Hotel on Kangaroo Island in South Australia from January 1, and its Aurora Alice Springs Hotel in the Northern Territory from February 1.

Management of both hotels is currently outsourced to hotel management group 1834 Hospitality, whose five-year contract is set to conclude at the end of the year.

Aurora executive chairman Ian Drummond said the group was excited to resume management and promotion of both hotels.

"1834 Hospitality has done a good job managing both hotels over the past five years and we thank them enormously for upholding such high quality benchmarks," said Mr Drummond.

"Having increased capacity within our own hotel management team though, we're pleased to be able to bring the day-to-day management of both venues back in-house from next year.

"It will remain business as usual for guests and staff of both hotels, while we're looking forward to continuing the outstanding service quality provided at both the Aurora Ozone and Aurora Alice Springs."

Aurora Resorts has been a leader in the Australian tourism sector for over 25 years. In addition to the Aurora Ozone Hotel and Aurora Alice Springs, it also owns and operates the popular Kakadu Lodge in the Northern Territory.

For more information about Aurora Resorts visit www.auroraresorts.com.au

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