The Star Gold Coast has unveiled its new luxury pool club and events space, set to open 17 December on the level six ‘Leisure Deck’ of its 53-storey hotel and apartments tower on Broadbeach Island.
It comes as bookings open for The Star Residences; the first apartment accommodation offering from The Star, just in time for the 2022 return of interstate and international visitors.
Housed in the top levels of the 178-metre tower, the new one- and two-bedroom apartments are available for short and long stays and come complete with fully functioning kitchens and modern amenities. Guests will have access to additional resort facilities including spa, gym, sauna, and private dining rooms.
Isoletto Pool Club will be exclusive to all hotel guests within The Star’s resort, including The Star Grand, The Darling, and Dorsett Gold Coast, while Isoletto Privé will be available for private and corporate occasions, events and celebrations.
The dedicated events space offers a refined coastal-inspired venue which has an expansive lawn, deck and terrace, allowing for seamless indoor or outdoor events. It offers sweeping views of the seascape and hinterland and is a versatile space that can comfortably host any type of event catering up to 400 people, from casual cocktails to corporate events.
Inspired by the Gold Coast’s beach lifestyle, the pool club features a large pool with a 12-metre-long viewing wall overlooking Broadbeach, day beds and cabanas, and a restaurant and lounge with offers indoor and outdoor seating.
The Star Gold Coast chief operating officer Jessica Mellor said that the development marks another phase of The Star’s $2 billion extended masterplan.
“Our masterplan for The Star Gold Coast allows for a total of five towers with additional apartment living and resort facilities,” Mellor said.
“This is the biggest expansion of our iconic Gold Coast resort since The Darling opened in 2018 and it also further sets up the Gold Coast to play its part hosting visitors for the 2032 Olympics.
“Visitors to our expanding property will be spoilt for choice, and that includes for those who are looking for a unique rooftop space for weddings, corporate functions and other events.”
Destination Gold Coast chief executive officer Patricia O’Callaghan said The Star’s new pool club and Isoletto Privé events space will help bolster the business events market.
“Business events contributed $570 million dollars annually to the Gold Coast economy prior to the pandemic,” O’Callaghan said.“The Gold Coast’s convention and events footprint plays a crucial role in boosting our local economy and helps drive visitation from Monday to Friday as well as traditional off-peak periods.”