The Star Gold Coast has unveiled Isoletto its luxury pool club and skyline party and events space on level six of the new 400 million dollar, 53 story hotel and apartments tower on the Broadbeach Island.
Another sign of confidence in the state’s economic future and hopeful of an expected summer tourism surge, The Star is supercharging their offerings with the launch of the Pool Club and its new private events space.
Isoletto is located on the luxury leisure deck with stunning panoramas of the Gold Coast shoreline and hinterland; the new Pool Club will be exclusive to all hotel guests within The Star’s multiple resorts on the island.
Isoletto Privé is a stunning new offering to corporate and private functions and the ideal place for events and celebrations of all kinds, including Weddings. We hear maybe a sneaky Border Opening Party and End of 2021 New Year’s Eve Party.
This all comes after the announcement bookings are now live for The Star Residences, the first apartment accommodation offered by The Star, and the Boxing Day opening of the Dorsett Hotel.
“This is an exciting time and a first for The Star, with another phase of our $2 billion extended masterplans about to come to life,” The Star Gold Coast Chief Operating Officer, Jessica Mellor said.
“It’s the biggest expansion of our iconic Gold Coast resort since The Darling opened in 2018,” she said.
“We are delighted to debut our brand new one- and two-bedroom apartments in the top levels of the 178m tower for short and long stays, alongside the 594 rooms we have at The Star Grand and the 56 opulent suites at The Darling.
“Visitors to our expanding property will be spoilt for choice, and that includes for those who are looking for a unique rooftop space for weddings, corporate functions and other events,” she said.
“We want to ensure the Gold Coast remains Australia’s leading tourism and entertainment destination, and a significant driver of jobs and other economic benefits for Queensland.”
The expansion milestones have been welcomed by tourism industry leaders.
“The Star’s world-class Isoletto Pool Club and Isoletto Privé will help bolster the business events market, which contributed $570 million dollars annually to the Gold Coast economy prior to the pandemic,” Patricia O’Callagahan, CEO Destination Gold Coast said.
“The Gold Coast’s convention and events footprint plays a crucial role in boosting our local economy and helps drive visitation from Monday to Friday as well as traditional off-peak periods.