Atrium Bar to undergo a stylish makeover


For the last thirty years, the Star’s Atrium Bar has been the backdrop for countless memorable moments, from twenty-first birthdays, first dates, and even a few proposals all made on a special night out on the Gold Coast. 

The current Atrium Bar, which has been a cherished part of The Star Gold Coast property since originally opening as a piano bar in 1986, will close in mid-July and undergo an epic makeover before opening in its brand new location at the end of August. 

The new design brings bright, bold and colourful accents with comfy lounge booths perfect for long evenings spent sipping cocktails and taking over the dancefloor; the new look Atrium Bar is set to be a great place to spend those long summer nights. 

The Star Gold Coast Chief Operating Officer, Jess Mellor, says after 35 incredible, memorable years in its current location, The Star is once again turning the page on an exciting new chapter that will honour the fun, playful energy synonymous with the Atrium Bar brand.  

“The Atrium Bar has been much-loved – people are always sharing their stories about meeting their husband or wife there, or times their dinner ‘kicked on’ and they woke up with sore feet, but a big smile on their face. I promise all those loyal revellers the new Atrium Bar will deliver the same warm welcome and lively, carefree party vibes they remember,” Ms Mellor said.  

The new bar will offer a dedicated live music venue that promises to have partygoers feeling celebrated and alive whatever the occasion, with live DJs Thursday through Sunday playing everyone’s favourite top 100, classic anthems and epic mashups.

Atrium Bar will reopen in its new location at the end of August from 4pm to late 7 nights a week with live entertainment from Thursday – Sunday. 

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