JW Marriott makes a splash in Gold Coast
The new 223-key JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa boasts a stunning tropical aquatic area, complete with its very own saltwater lagoon and freshwater pool.
Incorporating a chic design aesthetic, personalised wellness programming and outstanding service, JW Marriott’s latest outpost is already turning plenty of heads. We find out more.
Beachside bliss for JW Marriott in Australia
Style, sophistication and sun-kissed dreams await guests of the most exciting new hospitality venture in Gold Coast for quite some time.
Jennie Toh, vice president of brand marketing and brand management for Asia Pacific at Marriott International, said: “This is an exciting opening for the JW Marriott brand, marking its debut in the Pacific region. With its warm and welcoming approach to luxury, and experiences centered around mindfulness and togetherness, we believe the brand is particularly suited to the Australian traveller.
“JW Marriott’s enriching and thoughtfully curated programming will enable guests to embark on a journey of discovery and renewal, with a transformative experience taking place the minute they walk through the door.”
Convenience and coastal delights
This 223-key property is conveniently located near Surfers’ Paradise Beach, Sea World, Dream World and Pacific Fair Shopping Centre.
Inside, guests will find a serene aesthetic that mirrors the colours of the natural world. As such, rooms are executed in a calming palette that features muted greys and splashes of aquamarine and blue, referencing the vast ocean beyond.
What else is in store at JW Marriott Gold Coast
The hotel boasts a number of unique amenities, the most notable being the aquatic area, which features a freshwater pool and saltwater lagoon, as well as a cascading waterfall and tropical gardens. The property also incorporates six exciting F&B venues, offering everything from elevated Japanese cuisine and farm-to-table dining to handcrafted cocktails and hot drinks.
In addition, visitors can take their time discovering the hotel’s Secret Spots, charming nooks and crannies that invite moments of reflection and calm. And the property has 2,000 sq m of flexible function space, including ten adjustable spaces and a 715 sq m ballroom.
“We are excited to continue the growth of our luxury footprint and expand our brand portfolio in Australia with the opening of JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa,” said Sean Hunt, area vice president for Australia, New Zealand and Pacific at Marriott International.
“Despite the challenges from ongoing international air travel restrictions, we have nevertheless seen strong demand within the luxury hospitality segment this year. We are greatly encouraged by this, and look forward to welcoming back local and international guests to experience the outstanding luxury and service of our newest property here in the beautiful Gold Coast.”