The Gold Coast is set to welcome a new luxury hotel as the globally renowned brand announces its much-anticipated opening for The Langham Gold Coast and Jewel Residences.
The stunning 339 room luxury hotel stands in the centre of the three gorgeous Jewel Towers situated on the spectacular Surfers Paradise beachfront, as the first hotel or development to offer beachfront access in over thirty years.
The property is set to open on the 23rd of June. It is a long-awaited celebration of the prestigious property after a few years of renovations to meet Langham’s level of quality and luxury.
“Opening our first beachfront property in one of the world’s most desirable travel destinations is an incredible milestone, giving Australians and international travellers a new luxury resort experience through The Langham lens,” said Jeffrey van Vorsselen, Regional Vice President, Operations – Pacific & South East Asia.
“The Gold Coast is a rich and diverse landscape that offers everything from rainforest adventure and golden beaches to vineyards and farmers markets. We want to introduce to our guests travelling for leisure or business.”
The property boasts seventeen different room types and suites, all with stunning design and breathtaking ocean and hinterland views; the Langham promises to offer a new level of luxury accommodations to locals and domestic and international travellers.
John O’Shea, General Manager of The Langham, Gold Coast said the hotel is excited to welcome its first guests after months of planning and much global and local anticipation for the group’s first beachfront resort experience.
“Since first opening in London in 1865, The Langham has built an unmatched, global reputation for timeless elegance and a true 5-star experience and we are beyond thrilled to soon bring this legendary legacy to life in the heart of the Gold Coast with local Australian characteristics,” Mr O’Shea said.
The hotel’s luxury experience will extend into grandeur facilities including a pool bar and a range of exquisite food and beverage venues, including Palm Court, which is home to the world’s first-afternoon tea in a Grand Hotel and celebrated with the famous Langham Afternoon Tea, 26 & Sunny and stunning all-day dining experience, Akoya. The Australian Spring will see the introduction of T’ang Court – sister venue to the internationally renowned Michelin-starred restaurants, as well as Coral Moon the open-air destination bar and Chuan Spa, a holistic wellness concept which embraces the centuries-old healing philosophies of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).