The Darling at The Star Gold Coast – Penthouse Suite, Guest Ensuite[/caption]
The offering begins with 22 base rooms, the Jewel Suites, and 21 larger Stellar Suites, which boast a floor plan of between 78 and 81sqm with an east-facing balcony. Guests will indulge in elegant décor with a distinct local touch, including artwork, high-end finishes and soothing tones to celebrate the Gold Coast’s unique coastal vibe and charm.
Meanwhile, no comfort or detail has been spared in the creation of the hotel’s 14 most lavish suites, which include four Penthouse Suites, three Penthouse Spa Suites and seven Penthouse Deluxe Suites which feature their own private Billiard, Media or Exercise room.
The north-facing Penthouse Suites feature two king bedrooms with ocean or waterway views, with the option of an additional twin room. Each bedroom has its own dedicated bathrooms. The 253sqm Penthouse Suite boasts an impressive living and entertaining space adorned with grand chandeliers, stunning floor to ceiling glass and an impressive 80sqm balcony revealing a spectacular 180-degree vista of the Gold Coast skyline.
The Penthouse Spa Suite is a tranquil refuge. The addition of a large deluxe spa in a beautifully appointed space is specifically designed for those wishing to relax and rejuvenate in style while taking in the coastal beauty.
The south-facing Penthouse Deluxe Suites boast an even larger floor space of 328sqm and offer two large bedrooms with bathrooms, a grand living and kitchen space and the choice of a private Billiard, Media or Exercise room.
With a large custom-made table by Spinster, 2.6 metre lounge and two tall spectator chairs, three Penthouse Deluxe Suites feature the dedicated Billiard room.
A further three Penthouse Deluxe Suites boast a state-of-the-art Media room with integrated Bose surround sound, karaoke system and a six metre 10-seater lounge for the ultimate music experience.
The remaining Penthouse Deluxe Suite boasts a private Exercise room with top of the range Technogym equipment to deliver the perfect blend of health and well-being.
All suites feature luxury bedding exclusive to The Star Entertainment Group, intricately designed bathrooms with high-end freestanding oval bathtubs and showers with rain, waterfall and handheld settings, a dedicated powder room and stunning floor to ceiling glass to optimise the views.
Guests will also enjoy state-of-the-art in-room technology with Samsung Smart TVs, a fully-integrated Bose sound system as well as multiple USB ports, WiFi, Bluetooth connectivity and revolutionary zone control – affording guests the opportunity to customise lighting, drapery, temperature and service preferences.
The arrival to The Darling is another high-end experience with the Porte Cochere and Lobby among other hero elements of the hotel. With its dramatic architecture, stunning custom-made feature artwork, grand chandeliers and breath-taking lighting and water features, check-in is tailored to the six-star guest.
At the top of the hotel, The Darling will take dining and entertainment to new heights with Nineteen at The Star, a world-class rooftop restaurant and bar wrapping around a gravity-defying infinity pool. Nineteen at The Star, which promises to be Queensland’s premier restaurant and night-time destination, was born from the formidable partnership of The Star Gold Coast and acclaimed Gold Coast restaurateur Simon Gloftis and entertainment guru Billy Cross.
The Darling connects to the recently refurbished five-star hotel, The Star Grand, offering guests access to the iconic property’s award-winning restaurants and bars, including Cucina Vivo, Kiyomi and The Garden Kitchen & Bar, as well as The Star Gold Coast’s soon to be unveiled Sports Bar.
It is the second hotel in The Star Entertainment Group to adopt the boutique brand, with The Darling at The Star Sydney already an established and award-winning hotel. It was the first in New South \Wales to be awarded a Forbes Five-Star rating – the most coveted recognition in the global luxury travel sector. The