The Sub Penthouse at Hilton Surfers Paradise

 Hilton Surfers Paradise has unveiled its new AUD $4.5 million Sub Penthouse Suite that comes complete with a personal valet for the AUD $6,500 a night price tag.

Located on the 53rd floor of the hotel, the four bedroom, five bathroom suite includes separate living and dining areas, a fully equipped laundry, kitchen with De’Longhi appliances and views of the Pacific Ocean.

Designed by The Buchan Group, and featuring a AUD $150,000 furniture package from the boutique Gold Coast based specialists, Robertson’s Furniture, it is also fitted with a range of high end designer art pieces.

Hilton Surfers Paradise General Manager David Kelly said the Sub Penthouse Suite is an extension of the superior level of service and accommodation that was introduced when the hotel opened.

“We are coming up to the first birthday of the hotel in September 2012, and the introduction of the Suite is a solid demonstration that Hilton has certainly arrived on the Gold Coast and will continue to make its mark,” he said.

“Every detail has been designed and built to the very highest quality, offering guests pure comfort and indulgence, and we are pleased to go the extra mile with the introduction of a dedicated Personal Valet service for guests of the Suite.

“For the very first time, guests will be able to enjoy the hospitality of the Sub Penthouse Suite this week, and we have already had interest from several high profile Australian and international guests.

“This is not only one of the most indulgent accommodation offerings in South East Queensland, but also in the whole of Queensland and Australia.”

Hilton Surfers Paradise officially opened its doors in September 2011 making it the newest leisure property for Hilton Hotels and Resorts in Australia, and the first Hilton property in the country to offer a combination of guest rooms and holiday residences.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management

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