(Hospitality Net) Marriott International, Inc., today announced the signing of an agreement with Australian property developers Pelligra Group and Giannarelli Group to bring Australia’s third Ritz-Carlton hotel to the Gold Coast by 2026.
The Ritz-Carlton, Gold Coast,, will serve as an integral component of a $480 million new waterfront development at Mariner’s Cove, set to reinvigorate Australia’s sixth largest city as a luxury travel destination.
Situated in the heart of Mariner’s Cove at the prestigious northern end of the Gold Coast, The Ritz-Carlton, Gold Coast, will be a gateway to some of the city’s most popular tourist attractions including a host of waterfront restaurants and bars, the Broadwater, and famed white sand beaches.
Expected to feature 150 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites, including a planned 275-square-meter Ritz-Carlton Suite, the hotel anticipates offering 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 center 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.