Sheraton Noosa Resort & Spa has unveiled a $10 million renovation of its 176 guestrooms, suites, villas and eight conference spaces.
Redesigned by global architecture and design firm, Woods Bagot, the refurbishment includes new carpets, interior and exterior paint, soft furnishings and a three metre screen with high definition projector in the Noosa Ballroom.
Refurbished guest rooms at Sheraton Noosa
Celebrity Chef Peter Kuruvita has refreshed all of the in-house dining and Noosa Beach House by Peter Kuruvita has replaced the original Cato’s Restaurant & Bar.
The new Noosa Beach House by Peter Kuruvita
“Sheraton Noosa Resort & Spa has enjoyed ‘iconic’ status for almost 23 years and was the first high-end, upscale hotel to welcome guests to Noosa. Over the past year, the resort has been completely updated and while it still retains its distinctive features and status as a feature of Hastings Street, it now offers guests a contemporary and fresh place to stay and visit. This relaunch marks a whole new era for us as well as for Noosa and we look forward to sharing it with both regular and new guests,” General Manager Stephen Ferrigno told SPICE.