Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort Gold Coast QLD

role Architecture, Interior Design & Project Management value $8 million area 25,000m² completed date October 2004  

In 2003 Colonial First State Property (CFSP) acquired the Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort located on the Gold Coast in Queensland. The Resort was built at the peak of the 1990's property boom and a number of opportunities were identified by peckvonhartel to add value to this landmark resort.

CFSP appointed pvh in July 2003 to develop and deliver a new interior scheme as part of a building refurbishment. The design process involved all co-ordination with Marriott International in Washington USA to maintain the International Marriott brand standard in both look and feel.

The scope of works for the 5 star resort included;

  • new furniture, soft furnishings, paint work and carpet to all 400 guest rooms.
  • new furniture, carpet and paint work to Ballroom and Pre-banquet areas.
  • refurbishment of all soft furnishings to Lobby, Lagoon Restaurant and Port Cochere.
  • refurbishment of Benihana Japanese Teppinyaki Restaurant.

The Interior Design derived from the natural surroundings of the resort. The use of natural and luxurious materials with a distinctive design of all case goods gives this resort a truly unique character and ambience.