Surfers Paradise, Australia to Get New Luxury Hotel

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Investment group Aquis Australia has announced plans for a new $AUD440 million luxury beachfront hotel in Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia.

The 48-level complex will include 580 hotel rooms and suites, as well as dining and entertainment facilities. A Development Application has been lodged with local authorities, the company said. 

Billed as a “truly six-star beachfront hotel” by Aquis Australia, the new project will be designed by international architects Woods Bagot. The hotel’s 580 rooms and suites will include a mix of luxury hotel rooms, suites, two-bedroom suites, deluxe, super-deluxe suites and large penthouse suites.


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In terms of public areas, the ground floor lobby atrium will be spread over three levels and include a $2.5 million custom art installation. Entertainment will include five restaurants.

Pending final approvals the project is expected to start construction in 2018.


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