New Opening In Surfers Paradise From Hilton

Hilton Worldwide has announced the opening of the new Hilton Surfers Paradise Hotel & Residences, its latest property in Australia. Located within 2 spectacular curving towers in the heart of the Gold Coast’s entertainment district, the complex is the city’s first upscale global hotel to be built in over 10 years and is within easy reach of Coolangatta Airport and Brisbane International Airport.


Each of the contemporary guestrooms and suites enjoy views of the Pacific Ocean or the city and is appointed with modern amenities including the signature Hilton Serenity Bed and a stylish bathroom with amenities by Peter Thomas Rothe. In-room entertainment is provided by a 37-inch LCD television, iPod docking station and high-speed internet access, complemented by dual-line telephones, a workstation with ergonomic chair, in-room safe, minibar and coffee-/tea-making facilities.


Celebrated Australian Chef Luke Mangan brings his internationally-acclaimed restaurant, Salt Grill, to the Hilton Surfers Paradise Hotel & Residences, presenting modern Australian cuisine accompanied by an extensive wine selection. The Food Store, a European-style delicatessen, offers a menu of charcuterie, cheeses, coffee, oils and olives, with a focus on fine foods and fresh produce. In the evenings, the cocktail bar FIX comes alive with mixes spun by the DJ as guests enjoy cocktails prepared by the resident mixologist.


A Grand Ballroom and 2 meeting rooms cater to event planners and business travellers. Each venue is equipped with state-of-the-art conferencing technology and supported by the onsite business center. For recreation, the complex offers an eforea: spa at Hilton and a 1,500-square meter area known as The Deck, featuring 4 swimming pools, sauna, private day beds, shaded picnic areas, an outdoor terrace and BBQ pavilions. Bicycles can also be loaned to explore the city or the white sandy beach.


Hilton Surfers Paradise Hotel & Residences joins 7 other Hilton-branded properties in Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.


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