An urban rooftop oasis awaits with QT Hotels & Resorts’ new venture

An urban rooftop oasis awaits with QT Hotels & Resorts’ new venture

Within QT Gold Coast’s designer playground is a new immersive offering curated for modern travellers, group getaways or events, qtQT.

qtQT is a unique open-air sanctuary with six cabins suited up for two guests or solo travellers looking for an escape. Each cabin features a private balcony and is designed with its own personal character in mind, sporting natural textures, earth tones and local linens that suit the Queensland climate.

qtQT Cabins give guests the choice to either unplug, without the distraction of televisions, or book all six cabins exclusively.

Guests can also book individualised Curated Experiences. These experiences are bespoke activities organised by qtQT’s Curator of Sunshine, a dedicated concierge to curate guests’ stays. From elevated feasting on The Terrace, an al fresco dining area, followed by star gazing by the firepit or bespoke local bucket list dreams made a reality.

EVT (the parent company of QT) CEO, Jane Hastings, said: “At EVT, part of our property strategy is to innovate to commercialise under-utilised spaces and we refer to this as ‘maximising our assets’. When designing the overall QT Gold Coast upgrade, we identified a previously un-used lower-level rooftop.

“We had been exploring the world of tiny accommodation and standing there as the sun set, we knew this would be the perfect location to trial our interpretation of this experience, the QT way.

“The cabins are low-key coastal cool, designed for the modern traveller, exclusive group stays or an innovative event option.”

Group general manager of QT Hotels & Resorts, Callum Kennedy commented: “This is a place for our guests to simply be – whether it’s an unplugged solo escape or couples getaway with guests still accessing all of the designer comforts and culinary creations of QT Gold Coast.

“At the core of QT’s success is our people strategy and we create unique roles to be able to deliver the recognised QT experience. Our Directors of Chaos have always made an impact, for this experience we have created the ‘Curator of Sunshine’ role to collaborate with the best local partners to truly personalise each experience.”

“This new space can also be booked exclusively for groups. We have created lush landscapes for weddings full of wonder, to off-beat corporate retreats. Meditate, celebrate, and everything in between.

“Checking into qtQT means you can delight in disconnecting from the world or lean into all the Coast has to offer. The combination of the new qtQT cabins alongside our recently completed QT Gold Coast upgrade takes the entire experience to a new level.”

qtQT Cabins

qtQT Cabins are packed with a carefully curated collection of luxe neighbourhood amenities:

  • Robes from I Love Linen (Burleigh)
  • QT Dream Bed with I Love Linen bedding (Burleigh)
  • Saya Skincare amenities (Noosa)
  • Harvest Clay ceramics (Gold Coast)
  • Drift Candles (Currumbin)

In addition to:

  • Board games and coffee table books
  • QT Tablets (for Room Service and information on your stay)
  • Dyson Supersonic hair dryer
  • Dyson Corrale straightener (available on request)
  • Homemade treats (courtesy of QT Chefs with a selection of biscuits and bliss balls complimentary)

Group Retreats on The Terrace and The Landing

qtQT Cabins are the perfect spaces for groups retreats.

  • The Terrace is where a whole suite of culinary experiences meets al fresco dining; bespoke feasts and central communal dining table.
  • The Landing is a lawn overlooking blue ocean hues for picnics, wedding parties or play – visitors won’t know where to look. Explore a new side of wellness with a wellbeing retreat the qtQT way.

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