The Atrium Bar at Jupiters Gold Coast has long-been an institution and it’s about to become even more appealing, with the iconic venue set to premiere a new look this festive season.
Drawing inspiration from the Gold Coast’s diverse natural environment and laidback lifestyle, Brand + Slater Architects have chosen a sophisticated colour palette of rose gold, pink, turquoise and aqua.
The new-look bar will feature an eye-catching canopy of feature lights, which will be suspended above new banquette pod seating. All carpets, lighting and furniture will also be replaced to reflect a more refined coastal feel, while the installation of timber and bronze accents serve to create a sense of warmth throughout the new-look design.
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Brand + Slater Architects Director Luis Nheu said the enhancements would offer a more lavish experience, adding to and complementing the refurbished aesthetic of the property.
“The Atrium Bar is one of the first venues visitors and guests see when they arrive at Jupiters so it needed to be representative of the local area,” said Mr Nheu. “By incorporating a range of luxurious furniture and finishes, including locally sourced bespoke furniture throughout, we’ve created a light and airy design reflective of the Gold Coast lifestyle.”
The upgraded bar is an integral part of the transformation of Jupiters’ atrium area which, when complete, will also include the addition of new food and beverage offerings Mei Wei Dumplings and M&G Café and Bar, and the replacement of the iconic 2,612 square metre atrium sail roof.
The Star Entertainment Group’s Managing Director Queensland Geoff Hogg said the new-look Atrium Bar and accompanying atrium area projects would enhance the overall guest experience with the lobby area, the hotel, the theatre and food & beverage experiences all pivoting around this central point. “The atrium area is the heart of our property, so its transformation is integral to the overall redevelopment project,” said Mr Hogg.
The Atrium Bar will close temporarily on weekdays to undergo refurbishment, and is expected to unveil its new-look ahead of the festive season. The remaining restaurants, hotel, theatre and casino will continue to operate as usual while the redevelopment is underway, though some facilities or entry points may be temporarily located in a different area.
For more information on Jupiters’ current $345 million transformation, visit jupiterstransformation.com.au