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Australia – Star Entertainment to fast-track Gold Coast development

By - 29 April 2019

Australian operator Star Entertainment Group plans to fast-track development of a fourth hotel in the multi-billion-dollar investment transforming The Star Gold Coast at Broadbeach.

A five-star hotel, lagoon pools, a nightlife venue, plus additional restaurants and bars are key attractions of a proposed 215-metre tower to be positioned south of the Dorsett hotel and apartments development currently under construction.

Works on the latest tower could commence in 2020 with pre-sales for apartments within the tower set to launch next month.The new five-star hotel at The Star Gold Coast would complement the existing The Star Grand hotel, The Darling hotel and the first Dorsett hotel in Australia, which is due for completion in 2022.

“We are committed to the Gold Coast, committed to Queensland, committed to driving increased tourism and significant economic benefits for this State,” said Matt Bekier, CEO and Managing Director, The Star Entertainment Group.”Together with our partners, Chow Tai Fook and Far East Consortium, we are delivering a worldclass global tourism and entertainment destination of which this region can be proud.

“This latest hotel tower will further progress the internationally-competitive resort facilities we are offering to domestic and international tourists, along with restaurants, bars, a nightclub, a luxury day spa and wellness centre, and outdoor spaces that the local Gold Coast community as well as visitors to the city can enjoy and frequent.

The announcement of plans to fast-track a new five-star hotel and apartments tower at The Star Gold Coast – beyond the existing construction of the Dorsett hotel tower – is the next step in delivering on the staged, fully-approved masterplan for the property.

“If our masterplan is rolled out in full – and there is so much more we would like to deliver – The Star Gold Coast will be the equal of the finest integrated resorts in the world and complement our $3.6bn project at Queen’s Wharf Brisbane,” said Mr Bekier. “Under the right conditions and circumstances, we will operate both properties in tandem as beacons
for south-east Queensland, drawing interstate and international visitors to turbo-charge the tourism

Mr Bekier said the tourism potential for The Star Gold Coast, while also providing amenities and attractions for locals to enjoy, was considerable and exciting.

“Even with the announcement of this latest planned hotel, there is considerably more on the drawing board for The Star Gold Coast,” he said.

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