JUPITERS Gold Coast will roll out the next phase of its multimillion-dollar transformation and commence the refurbishment of the atrium area and sail.
Two new food and beverage outlets will be added as part of the redevelopment, as well as a new-look Atrium Bar and replacement atrium sail.
The Star Entertainment Group Queensland managing director Geoff Hogg says the investment will take shape over coming months.
"The atrium area has long been known as the heart of Jupiters," Hogg says.
"The lobby area, the hotel, the theatre and food and beverage experiences all pivot around this central point - it's one of the first things guests see when arriving on property and it influences the entire look and feel of its surroundings.
"The multifaceted project is therefore a key stage in the transformation of our existing facilities ahead of our rebrand to The Star Gold Coast later this year, and one which will create even more fantastic offerings for our guests."
Managed by CPB Contractors, the project will see the temporary closure of Atrium Bar for about four weeks.
The property's temporary burger pop-up, which resides in the former Spinners area, will also close on July 16 to make way for the new restaurants.
"With the refurbishment of our almost 600 rooms already underway, and construction of the new six-star tower beginning to make headway at the front of the property, we're well on our way to creating a world-class integrated resort," Hogg says.
The remaining restaurants, hotel, theatre and casino will continue to operate as usual.
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