Meriton Serviced Apartments has opened the doors of the company’s newest property in Southport on Queensland’s Gold Coast.

At 55 levels high, Meriton Serviced Apartments on Como Crescent opened as Southport’s tallest building and the Gold Coast’s newest hotel.

“With all 208 suites on level 25 and higher, every guest will be mesmerised by spectacular, unobstructed Pacific Ocean views and the Gold Coast, famous for its shimmering sands and iconic surf,” Meriton says.

“With a choice of 1, 2 or 3 bedroom suites, this luxury hotel caters for everybody. With suites up to three times bigger, delight in uncompromised levels of comfort and space for similar prices to traditional hotels. Savour the fresh ocean breeze from the comfort of your private balcony or indulge in the pools and sundeck located on the podium level.


“All suites include gourmet kitchens, fully self-contained laundries and relaxed living and dining areas. The 2 and 3 bedroom suites have two full bathrooms and additional TVs in each bedroom plus flexible bedding options to cater for any sized family.

“Guests will enjoy the ease of a porte-cochere arrival and will be greeted by helpful porters with the added benefit of onsite undercover car parking. Sitting directly above the Sundale Retail Precinct, another Meriton project that opened earlier this year, guests of the brand’s newest location have easy access to a Woolworths supermarket, pharmacy, an onsite childcare centre as well as a range of culinary options,” the company says.

Meriton says its newest hotels offer additional touches to “ensure guests feel at home, including coffee machines in each kitchen, with complimentary coffee pods and a selection of teas, super comfy king sized beds that each have four king sized plush pillows, an array of Foxtel channels plus an exclusive new skin and haircare range of bathroom amenities”.

“With Southport hosting the upcoming 2018 Commonwealth Games, the addition of Meriton Serviced Apartments on Como Crescent has been a part of the largest urban renewal project conducted around the precinct,” the company says. “This new property ultimately positions travellers with the ideal accommodation option to experience the exciting and vibrant atmosphere the games will bring.”

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management