Mercure Gold Coast Resort

Mercure Gold Coast Resort is popular with business travellers and conference groups of up to 600 delegates. Guests appreciate the tranquil surrounds within 10 minutes drive of surfing beaches, excitin...

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Summary

Accommodation rooms 292
Meeting rooms 7
Largest capacity (theatre) 600

Mercure Gold Coast Resort is popular with business travellers and conference groups of up to 600 delegates. Guests appreciate the tranquil surrounds within 10 minutes drive of surfing beaches, exciting nightlife, shopping centres and the casino. The recently refurbished resort has 292 guest rooms situated amongst the lush gardens in a low-level style resort. Facilities include a new bar and restaurant, five partner golf courses, fitness centre, day spa, two swimming pools, spa, sauna and four floodlit tennis courts. There are 7 meeting rooms and outdoor event venues with views across the golf course to the Gold Coast Hinterland and Surfers Paradise skyline. Wireless internet extends throughout the property and complimentary parking is on offer. Let our experienced conference and events team look after you.

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64 Palm Meadows Drive, Carrara, QLD 4211

Capacity

Room Name Area m2 Theatre Classroom Cabaret U-Shape Boardroom Cocktail Banquet Banquet (Dance)
Masters Ballroom 595.00 600 300 280 100 50 600 400 350
Augusta Room 230.00 200 90 96 40 50 240 100 100
Doral Room 205.00 160 80 72 40 40 200 90 80
Pinehurst Room 160.00 120 60 56 30 30 160 70 60
Club Room 183.00 140 72 72 40 40 150 80 80
St Andrews Room 90.00 70 32 32 24 24 60 40 -
Gleneagles Room 90.00 70 32 32 24 24 60 40 -
Phoenix Room 160.00 100 32 64 - - 150 80 60

Location

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Mercure Gold Coast Resort

64 Palm Meadows Drive, Carrara, QLD 4211

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

Destination Gold Coast acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. 
 
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout Southeast Queensland.