The Ritz-Carlton, Gold Coast will serve as an integral component of a AU$480 million new waterfront development at Mariner’s Cove, set to reinvigorate Australia’s sixth largest city as a luxury travel destination.
“The Ritz-Carlton, Gold Coast will mark the third Marriott International property on the Gold Coast, joining our existing hotels JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort and Spa and Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort Gold Coast,” said Marriott International Area Vice President for Australia, New Zealand, and Pacific, Sean Hunt.
“It is a momentous signing, not only for our growing Gold Coast portfolio but for the expansion of the Ritz-Carlton brand in Australia, first relaunched with The Ritz-Carlton, Perth in 2019, and with The Ritz-Carlton, Melbourne slated to open its doors in early 2023.”
Expected to feature 150 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites, including a planned 275-square-meter Ritz-Carlton Suite, the hotel anticipates to offer the legendary service and experience the global brand is known for.
Guests will also be able to enjoy refined dining establishments with a signature restaurant featuring semi-opened kitchens, a café, and three bars including a Lobby Lounge, destination bar and poolside bar.
An outdoor rooftop pool, fitness centre and signature Ritz-Carlton Spa will deliver innovative and revitalizing wellness experiences to leisure guests.
With plans calling for 587 square meters of function space, including a 512-square-meter ballroom and 261-square-meters of outdoor pre-function space, the hotel is also poised to deliver memorable meetings and events for large corporate gatherings and intimate private groups.