The Gold Coast is a mecca for Aussie families itching to escape the daily grind and soak up a dose of vitamin sea. From the sparkling beaches to the thrill-a-minute theme parks, it’s the place every kid wants to go for the holidays. And a shiny new gem is set to open right in the heart of this family holiday hotspot, just in time for this year’s summer school break.
The billion-dollar Ruby Collection Gold Coast development is opening its doors in November and the first sneak peek of completed two-bedroom apartments has just been released.
Tower 1 is the first of four towers in The Ruby Apartments development, with an impressive 230 apartments and 13 ground floor villas. The development is being billed as a new era in family accommodation on the Gold Coast – a combination of five-star facilities and family fun.
“With an emphasis on space and design, each apartment exudes a luxurious feel that complements our Gold Coast surrounds. The use of teal and earthy tones brings together the ocean and hinterland and our bedspreads form a ripple like the ocean. The rose gold accents throughout each apartment are modern yet timeless touches and drawn from the inspiration of our namesake Ruby,” explained Ruby CEO David Brook.
The apartments and villas have ocean or hinterland views, full kitchens, lounge and dining areas, ensuites and Smart TVs. The development is the perfect base for families as they explore Queensland’s family hub.
Like any gem, The Ruby Collection Gold Coast is beautiful inside and out. The kids can splash to their heart’s content in the 21-metre saltwater lap pool or head to the kid’s club, which has just been added to the list of attractions at the complex.
Located opposite the main entrance to the Ruby Apartments The Ruby Collection Kids Club will be the ultimate destination for little ones between three and 12 years old. Space-themed play areas, a 3D theatre, rocket science lab, galaxy sports court and the Rocket Club will keep the kids busy and let mum and dad take a little break.
The Ruby Collection Kid’s Club will open early next year and until its official opening, Ruby Apartment guests will be able to access the adjacent Paradise Resort Kid’s Club.
The Ruby Apartments are owned by the same parent company as Paradise Resort, however when the first Ruby Apartments tower opens they will operate independently. Eventually, Paradise Resort will be retired to make way for The Ruby Collection’s second and fourth towers.
Bookings for stage one are now available at The Ruby Collection.
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