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Mice Net : February 2009
sunshine coast venue news the sunshine Coast has been growing in leaps and bounds, particularly in the venue space. story By johanna mc kinnon Novotel Twin Waters. New Quay West Resort The new Quay West Resort is due to open in July 2009 and promises to provide a 200-delegate conference centre and spacious apartment-style accommodation. The Quay West Resort site is located two minutes from Noosa’s iconic Hastings Street and overlooks the water of Noosa Sound and a protected conservation sanctuary. Resort Corp has partnered with Mirvac Hotels & Resorts on the Quay West Noosa project which includes lagoon apartments, villas, enclave homes and facilities such as a day spa, restaurant, bar, gym and conference centre. Mirvac Hotels & Resort’s CEO Andrew Turner said the Quay West brand is a perfect fit for Noosa. “We are particularly excited about this opportunity to manage such a high-quality resort with exceptional accommodation, conference space and other leisure activities,” he said. New Outrigger Resort Due for completion in early 2010, the Outrigger Little Hastings Street Resort & Spa Noosa will offer conference facilities for up to 500 delegates. The property will feature views over Laguna Bay and will include 197 luxurious suites and villas, penthouses, and one of the largest conference facilities in the region. With an intelligent environmentally sustainable design, the resort will provide many drawcards for corporate groups. Some of the Outrigger’s facilities will include a day spa, two pools, gym, restaurants, licensed bar, theatrette, games room and conference spaces with break-out areas. Novotel Twin Waters refurbishment The Novotel Twin Waters has completed a two-year, eight million- dollar refurbishment that has transformed the resort’s meeting facilities and accommodation. The renovation has included updating all eight conference rooms, which can cater for up to 1000 delegates. The 365 guest rooms have been refreshed to now include LCD flat screen televisions, broadband, and new beds with triple-sheet linen. The rooms also feature natural wood tones and soft colours that complement the resort’s natural coastal surrounds. The property is in an ideal location for conference groups, and is situated just five kilometres from the Sunshine Coast Airport at Maroochydore and one hours’ drive north of Brisbane. 142 mice.net