Jupiters Hotel and Casino, operated by The Star Entertainment Group, has officially been renamed as The Star Gold Coast.
The five-star facility, located on Broadbeach in Queensland, Australia, will be joined by a new six-star luxury hotel at the front of the property and is aiming to open before the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. Approvals have been received for an additional 200-metre hotel and apartment tower, according to local media.
“The refurbishment of our existing facilities has served as a catalyst in providing the standards of product excellence, and guest services, that The Star brand represents,” Star Entertainment Group’s managing director of Queensland Geoff Hogg, was quoted as saying by Hotel News.
“The Gold Coast’s reputation as a must-visit destination continues to strengthen with both leisure and business travellers, so we are working to create a broad offering that will help to support this well into the future.
“As a group we’ve put significant investment into ensuring we provide a distinctive premium product which will, in turn, become a major driver in attracting vital economic benefits for the Gold Coast and Queensland tourism more generally,” he added.
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