JW Marriott Makes the Announcement for Australian Debut Through Surfers Paradise Rebrand.
 
JW Marriott, the International flagship of the Marriott, announces its first beginning in Australia with an ambitious rebranding of Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort and Spa, Queensland, worth 35 million dollar. With promises of setting new standards of luxury for travelers with a distinguished taste and seeking an extravagant tropical retreat near Brisbane’s Gold Coast Beach, the 35 million dollar worth rebranding of Queensland’s unique Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort and Spa will witness the launch into JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa in December 2020, upon its completion.

Shaun Hunt, the area president for New Zealand, Australia, and Pacific of Marriott International, excitedly announced the launch of their flagship brand of JW Marriott with the launch of JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa, in Australia. In quest for the strong luxurious demands of the travelers, the opening is the continuation of the expansion of the magnificent luxurious philosophies of the brand. The Brand looks forward to crafting services for its guests to enhance their experience in the hospitality segment.

The award-winning Australian design studio DBI, which was the original designer of the Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort and Spa is redesigning the tropical resort. The 223 key property redesign will focus on capturing the natural scenic beauty of the surroundings and lending a new look to the guestrooms. The inspiration for the re-design and re-imaging is from the local landscapes, with views of the ocean and the hinterlands from each room. The use of natural local raw material will elevate the concept of the re-imaging while rising to the brand’s demands for modern luxury.

The theme of the guestrooms which capture the natural scenic beauty of the local landscapes, continue to run throughout the entire hotel, to the lobby lounge, the two restaurants, the in-house provedore JW Marketplace, and the new Japan-based Whisky Bar with an outer terrace & café. The re-imaging and re-designing plans also include an indoor cum outdoor lounge and bar that connects to the external swimming pool with the resort. The Poolside Bar will continue to offer poolside dining options, just like it was. Citrique, the main restaurant of the hotel is all gearing up to feature a new interactive show ‘kitchen’, which places the fresh local produce as the core of its menu.  To enhance the Japanese dining experience, the teppa nyaki restaurant in the resort is also undergoing an expansion.

The property also has a state of the art functioning space with ten scalable meeting rooms, spread over an area of more than 2000 sq mt. The property space also includes a 715 sq mt JW Ballroom, and a junior ballroom of 276 sq mt with a pool view. The junior ballroom is perfect for corporate events,  weddings and receptions, alike. The General Manager of JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa, Ravinder Deshi is also delighted to be embarking on transforming of the tropical oasis paradise to meet the luxurious experiences of their guests on the golden beaches of the Gold Coast.

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