Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Haute Travel At Palazzo Versace Gold Coast
With an assault on the senses, a stay in a designer-concept hotel boasts the ultimate lifestyle break and with the Gold Coast’s famous and glamorous coastline providing the location, Palazzo Versace Gold Coast offers such an indulgent escapism, whatever your needs.
Making the most of Southern Queensland’s perfect year round climate the hotel is taking poolside lounging culture to a whole new level as a cool oasis has been created within a sizzling beach scene. The Versace Water Salon encompasses the entire outdoor pool area, which includes a man made beach featuring pure white Surfer’s Paradise sand, which complements the stunning crisp white Versace cushions adorning the brand new custom-made Versace Daybeds and Cabanas. To complete the aquatic ambience, the coolest cocktails and sensational seasonal cuisine are all served up to the latest chill-out tunes. Guests can also slide into the cool waters of the lagoon pool and float away the afternoon on one of the hotels Aqua Mats.
In the evening, take advantage of one of Palazzo Versace’s bars before dining in one of three award winning restaurants including the buffet style Il Barocco overlooking the lagoon, or taking in the views at the Vie Bar + Restaurant. If a more intimate affair is called for then the hotel’s signature award-winning dining experience at Vanitas can provide this. Allow yourself the time to watch the sun set from the private marina or one of the many terraces, over the stunning Broadwater.
Guests will be spoilt for choice within the hotel and can enjoy designer touches from the Versace Home ware Collection. The interconnecting rooms provide that ‘home away from home’ feel, particularly useful for families and groups. Being spoilt for choice, the hotel has 200 elegantly styled rooms, suites and 72 condominiums. A trip to Palazzo Versace’s Salus Per Aquum spa will leave you feeling like royalty and a spot of shopping at one of 2 in Australia the Versace Boutique should be high on your list of things to do.
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