The Star Gold Coast (previously Jupiters Gold Coast)

Broadbeach, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$254 to AU$858

The Star Gold Coast is your premier entertainment destination set in the heart of Australia's stunning Gold Coast. Combining the luxury and sophistication of a world-class hotel with the excitement of award-winning restaurants, lively bars, spectacular stage shows and concerts, plus the non-stop action of a 24-hour casino. Located moments from the bustling Broadbeach precinct, The Star Gold Coast (formerly Jupiters Hotel and Casino) has been part of the local Gold Coast community for over 30 years.

Only 30 minutes from the Gold Coat airport and one hour from Brisbane airport. Discover some of the world’s best beaches, only a short stroll away or revel in the nearby Pacific Fair/Oasis shopping centres. Alternatively relax in luxury in The Stars stunning new swimming pool, or for a touch of indulgence, a massage at Touch Therapy.

The Pavilion Convention Centre located within the Hotel, is the ideal venue for conferences and conventions alike.

The property is also linked to the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre via an undercover walkway making it the perfect place to mix business with pleasure.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • 24 hour Reception
  • Automatic Teller Machine
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Foreign Currency Exchange
  • Gymnasium
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Jupiters Casino Road
Broadbeach, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Club Suite

Their lavishly appointed Club Suites are located on floors 14 to 17 and feature open plan living, complete with a bar and private balcony.

Guests staying in their Club Suites also receive exclusive Executive Floor privileges which include VIP express check-in, pressing of two garments upon arrival, complimentary buffet breakfast, refreshments, drinks and canapés*, use of the business centre facilities, evening turn down and room refresh and valet parking.

Must be over 18 years to enter the Executive Lounge. Drinks and canapés served daily between 5pm and 7pm. The Star Gold Coast practises the responsible service of alcohol.

Superior Deluxe Room

Experience a new level of luxury with a night in one of our newly-refurbished Superior Deluxe Rooms.

The state-of-the-art rooms offer guests an unprecedented level of personalisation. Make yourself at home with the click of a button, then sit back and relax while your room transforms into your own private oasis.

Executive Deluxe Room

​Experience a new level of luxury with a night in one of their newly-refurbished Executive Deluxe Rooms, complete with Executive Lounge privileges. Located on Levels 18 and above, with breathtaking views of the Gold Coast skyline, the state-of-the-art rooms offer guests an unprecedented level of personalisation. Make yourself at home with the click of a button, then sit back and relax while your room transforms into your own private oasis.

Guests staying in an Executive Deluxe Room receive exclusive Executive Floor privileges which include VIP express check-in, pressing of two garments upon arrival, complimentary buffet breakfast, refreshments, drinks and canapés*, use of the business centre facilities, evening turn down and room refresh, valet parking and access to The Star Fitness.

​*Must be over 18 years to enter the Executive Lounge. Drinks and canapés served daily between 5pm and 7pm. The Star Gold Coast practises the responsible service of alcohol.

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