The Gold Coast’s newest luxury hotel, the $700million Hilton Surfers Paradise rolled out the red carpet last night (November 16) to celebrate their grand opening with over 250 VIP guests including star performer, Australian songstress Delta Goodrem.
Celebrity supporters including hotel ambassador and Channel Seven personality Liz Cantor, former Miss Universe Australia and Celebrity Apprentice star Jesinta Campbell, radio presenter Lizzie Lovette, Australia’s Next Top Model’s Charlotte Dawson and the boys from Bondi Rescue joined other VIPs as they celebrated around the hotel’s spectacular 1500sqm outdoor pool deck.
The hotel opened with numerous special guests including (l-r) Ashley Spencer, musician Delta Goodrem, David Kelly and George Kostas.
Hilton and Brookfield Multiplex dignitaries Vice President operations Hilton Worldwide Australasia, Ashley Spencer and managing director construction and development Brookfield Multiplex, George Kostas joined high profile business and industry leaders and tourism figureheads including Tourism Queensland CEO Anthony Hayes and Gold Coast Tourism CEO Martin Winter joined
The Hilton Surfers paradise officially opened last evening at an event for 250 VIP guests.
Australian singer songwriter Delta Goodrem returned to Australia from Los Angeles to headline the grand opening event, with guests also entertained by the real-life mermaids adorning the Pool Deck.
Guests of the event were treated to a menu created by Luke Mangan as well as cocktails by the hotel’s FIX bar master mixologist Grant Collins, where the official after party was held.