Upgrade for Gold Coast’s Paradise Resort

When Melbourne mum, Sharon, stayed at Paradise Resort in October last year, in her review for Family Friendly Accommodation, she said she loved the resort, but commented that her room could do with an update.

Well, the resort owners knew this as well and plans were already underway. And this month, a $2 million refurbishment of 100 rooms has been unveiled.

According to Paradise Resort, a high demand for accommodating larger families, combined with the chance to further the holiday experience at the Resort, was behind the upgrade.

Resort General Manager, David Brook, said the refurbishment was only stage one of the Resort’s upgrade.

“The 100 rooms are made up of 78 Superior Resort Rooms, 9 Superior Junior Bunkhouse Rooms and 12 Superior Family Rooms, and 1 Family Spa Suite” said Mr Brook.

The refurbished family suite at Paradise Resort
The refurbished family suite at Paradise Resort

“Our Family Rooms and King Bunkhouses traditionally sleep five people, so for families of six or more, the only option has been to purchase two resort rooms.  We have now added bunk beds to our Superior Family Rooms allowing the room to sleep up to six people.”

Resort owner Robert Zagame, who has a background in design with his own fashion label Robb & Lulu, was instrumental in making sure the rooms are modern and vibrant, but family-friendly and practical.

“We have a firm ‘kids first‘ philosophy at the Resort, catering for babies and toddlers right through to 12 year olds. By focusing our attention on keeping kids happy and entertained, we ensure that our parents’ stay is that much more enjoyable,” Mr Brook said.

In addition to design enhancements the stage one refurbishment includes the installation of microwaves to all of the Superior Resort Rooms for added convenience and all rooms will be fitted with HDMI and USB ports for direct plug in access.

“All rooms have received a total refit including all furnishings and a total bathroom fit out and guests can upgrade to one of these newly renovated rooms for only $30 more than their original version,” he said, adding that the remaining rooms were planned to be renovated next year.

Learn more about staying at Paradise Resort. And if you stay in one of the newly refurbished rooms, why not write a review to let others know about them.

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