The entire complex is scheduled to be completed by 2022. Dubbed ‘the Ruby experience’ the apartments will provide views of the Pacific Ocean or Gold Coast hinterland.
The first structure will feature 230 apartments and 13 ground floor villas, all equipped to cater to the modern family. Upon completion, the complex plans to offer more than 2,990 bedrooms.
The traditional roles of customer service staff will be replaced with multi-faceted ‘Ruby Ambassadors’, who can be contacted at any hour of the day.
Popular features of Paradise Resort Gold Coast, currently situated on stages three and four of the Ruby’s plans, will be revamped. Family-friendly areas will include the water park, the kids club, movie nights and magic shows.
“Across the four towers we will create a place that is aimed at children of all ages; offering world-class entertainment and activities enhanced with boutique bars and quality retail stores.
“Our focus is to provide a product that will rekindle the precious family time so that everyone can escape the realities and time constraints of the everyday and enjoy a memorable holiday together.”
Connecting the four towers will be a village green offering space for events, innovative public art, world-class entertainment, signature chef restaurants, boutique bars and cafes, and quality retail stores.
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