AccorHotel’s recent Gold Coast acquisition, Novotel Surfers Paradise, is open for business after undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation in the lead up to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Sine joining the AccorHotels network in October 2016, the hotel has undergone a multi-million dollar refurbishment of its guest rooms, events and conference spaces.
The rooms have been given a modern face-lift with local design references, bringing a new level of comfort and quality to the property.
Designed for ease of use, the light open spaces draw on textures and colours from Surfers Paradise and the surrounding natural environment.
Every guest room has been updated with modern tech and ease of connection, with in room WIFI and bedside USB ports, perfect for that late night facebook scroll.
The Property boasts 408 guest rooms, each with a private balcony overlooking spectacular ocean or hinterland views. The large outdoor swimming pool, full-size tennis court and well equipped fitness centre will ensure active guests have plenty to do what not watching the Games.
In addition to room upgrades, Novotel Surfers Paradise now offers six conference rooms including the Grand Ballroom which can comfortably cater for up to 500 delegates. The spaces offer natural light and removable walls allowing for all sorts of different capabilities.
For foodies, Hanlan’s restaurant located on level one, offers a succulent seafood buffet featuring fresh prawns, oysters and international cuisines. The extensive a-la-carte menu is constantly changing to give locals and travellers a unique experience every time they visit.
The stand out features of the property is its location only steps from the beach, and G-Link running alongside the hotel, you’re in the perfect spot to get to any of the events across our great city.
The Novotel joins Sofitel Gold Coast and Mercure Gold Coast in their portfolio and will bring a new level of contemporary comfort and quality.