When the QT Gold Coast took over the previous Gold Coast Worldwide lodge in 2011, it introduced new type and sass to one in every of Australia’s favorite vacation spots.
Within the ensuing decade and a bit, the Goldie’s lodge recreation has continued to return alongside in leaps and bounds, providing all the things from high-rise opulence to funky reimagined motels to tremendous cool tiny homes.
So, to maintain up with – and possibly even outshine – the Joneses, the QT Gold Coast has undergone an enormous redo. And it is simply unveiled a brand new lodging idea that is a bit of bit funky motel, a bit of bit tiny home and greater than a bit of excessive rise, all rolled into one.
Up on one in every of its rooftops, QT Gold Coast now contains qtQT, six luxurious cabins which could be all booked completely or on their very own for as much as two visitors. The cabins are decked out in pure textures and earth tones by QT proprietor EVT’s longstanding collaborator and award-winning designer, Nic Graham and every has a non-public deck surrounded by greenery.
A keep in a qtQT Cabin can include a novel itinerary designed by qtQT’s Curator of Sunshine, a devoted concierge. It would embrace a picnic feast on The Terrace, the adjoining al fresco eating space, or star gazing by the firepit.
Says EVT CEO, Jane Hastings, “When designing the general QT Gold Coast improve, we recognized a beforehand un-used lower-level rooftop. We had been exploring the world of tiny lodging and standing there because the solar set, we knew this may be the right location to trial our interpretation of this expertise, the QT approach.”
The 293 different visitor rooms and suites have had a big makeover and penthouses are resulting from be redone subsequent yr.