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Novotel announced for Gold Coast

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The Hotel Grand Chancellor in Surfers Paradise is being rebranded to a Novotel marking AccorHotels’ fourth hotel on the Gold Coast.

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Novotel Surfers Paradise to capitalise on growth leading up to the Commonwealth Games

novotelThe announcement of the Novotel Surfers Paradise comes at a time of unprecedented growth in the Gold Coast tourism market in the lead up to the staging of the Commonwealth Games in 2018.

Figures from Gold Coast Airport showed 8.7 per cent growth in the year to May 2016, with new services from China, Malaysia, Japan, New Zealand, and Australian ports, providing a platform for sustained growth.

“Novotel has just celebrated its 25th anniversary in Australia and has established a commanding position in the 4-star market, known for the quality of its facilities and service and its value-for-money proposition,” said chief operating officer Pacific for AccorHotels, Simon McGrath.

“The Novotel brand is prominent in countries across Asia and with the prospect of even more direct flights from Asian destinations, the presence of a well-known international brand such as Novotel can contribute to the region’s ability to attract major conferences, events and groups.

“It is an exciting time to be in the Gold Coast, with major infrastructure projects such as the Light Rail project having such an impact and with the Commonwealth Games just two years away.”

The 409-room Novotel Surfers Paradise will undergo a multimillion renovation project to refresh the guest rooms, public areas and restaurant.

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