Paradise Resort Gold Coast is set to undergo a major renovation following a takeover of the resort by the Schwartz Family Group.
The group acquired the 360-room hotel last year, with settlement due to be completed today. It is the company’s second hotel on the Gold Coast, following the acquisition of Hilton Surfers Paradise in 2019.
Immediate renovation plans include a complete fit-out of guest rooms, modernised entrance and lobby, enhanced children’s facilities – including a movie cinema and a full size games room – and the introduction of a brand-new Adults Only Zone which will include an additional swimming pool, bar and dining outlet just for mums and dads to enjoy.
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Schwartz Family Company Director, Dr Jerry Schwartz said that it was important that Paradise Resort should have a renewed vision, as premium family resorts in such prime locations were very rare.
“Paradise Resort has accommodated families from all over Australia and overseas for four decades, providing one of the most enjoyable holiday experiences imaginable,” he said.
“It would have been a terrible loss for Gold Coast and Queensland tourism if the original plans to bulldoze the resort had gone ahead.
“Certainly, the resort is in need of an injection of funds to upgrade rooms, restaurants and public areas, and I am very pleased to announce that we will invest over $12 million in the first two years alone to ensure Paradise Resort remains Australia’s favourite family resort.”