Valentine’s Day: 10 Gold Coast apartments with bedrooms you could stay all day in

Urban takes a look at ten luxury Gold Coast apartments with the most inviting bedrooms for your Valentine’s

Valentine’s Day: 10 Gold Coast apartments with bedrooms you could stay all day in
Sea, Burleigh Heads. Image supplied

Make every day Valentine’s Day for your partner with a luxury bedroom in an off-the-plan development.

Arguably, the most important room in the house, the bedroom is where residents spend most of their time and effectively has a big impact on their life.

Urban takes a look at 10 luxury Gold Coast apartments with the most inviting bedrooms for your Valentine’s.

1. Yves, Mermaid Beach
Developer: Hirsch & Faigen Property

Situated in the sleepy Gold Coast village of Mermaid Beach, residents at Yves can relish their humble urban lifestyle from the confines of their bedroom.

The third project from Hirsch & Faigen, the new three-tower development will deliver 145 apartments on Mermaid Avenue, steps from the sought-after millionaire’s row, Hedges Avenue.

Designed by Rothelowman, the one, two and three-bedroom designs deliver a calm pared-back palette that reinforces connection to the ocean, with open-plan living and dining, pale timbers and pristine white walls.

2. 123OBR, Broadbeach
Developer: Bottega Property Group

Delivered by the Brisbane-based developer, Bottega Group, the $52 million residential development, 123OBR, is a grand, new Broadbeach offering.

Described as vertically-stacked, verdant Queensland beach houses, each whole-floor apartment, designed by Woods Bagot, provides the ideal Valentine’s Day setting.

Named after its location of 123 Old Burleigh Road, one row back from Broadbeach, the 14-residence home includes a whole-floor resort deck.

3. Sea, Burleigh Heads
Developer: Forme

Sea offers a sophisticated collection of homes in Burleigh Heads at a high-end lifestyle development and beachfront address.

Designed in collaboration between Koichi Takada and interior curator Mim Design, the project will feature 240sqm half-floor apartments with three bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Whether in your bedroom or enjoying your private walk-in wine display bar, alfresco dining terrace or large lifestyle space, couples at Sea will savour every moment at home.  

4. The AU, Surfers Paradise
Developer: ASF Group

Delivered by ASF Group, The AU is a collection of just 12 exclusive full-floor ocean-view ‘sky homes’ and two opulent three-level penthouses.

Sitting on the sought-after Esplanade in Surfers Paradise, the 19-storey tower features natural stone benchtops, and gold fixtures and finishes throughout.

With a façade made almost entirely of golden glass, each apartment offers clear panoramic views of the Surfers Paradise beach, the ideal outlook on your special day-in.

5. Chevron One, Surfers Paradise
Developer: Bensons Property Group

Set to reign as Chevron Island's only luxury high-rise apartment tower, Bensons Property Group’s Chevron One tower delivers ultra-luxury to the Gold Coast.

Designed by Marchese Partners, the development is also home to nearly 2000sqm of resort-style amenities, including a residents’ lounge, floating cinema, dining facilities and sculpted garden.

Master bedrooms front the apartment’s balcony that delivers spectacular views and includes a large walk-in robe and ensuite.

6. Emerson Kirra, Coolangatta
Developer: Hirsch & Faigen Property

Delivered by Hirsch & Faigen, Emerson at Kirra Beach is a boutique size development with just 27 three and four-bedroom residences.

As well as enjoying a residents’ lounge, recreation deck, resort-style pool and sun lounge, residents will also revel in the experience of living in a Rothelowman-designed bedroom.

Bedrooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows that offer unrivalled views across the ocean and distant Gold Coast skyline.

7. Mirador, Chevron Island
Developer: Citimark Properties

With a coastal setting on the island oasis of Chevron Island, it is no surprise that the bedrooms at Mirador are exception.

The unique development features 71 two, three and four-bedroom apartments, terraces and sky homes, complemented by resort-style amenity.

Master bedroom suites feature extensive walk-in robes and, where possible, spectacular views of the landscape from freestanding baths.

8. Niña, Chevron Island
Developer: Macquarie York

Rising 23 levels at Parnerno Street, Niña is the latest Chevron Island development to hit the small Gold Coast island.

Designed by Plus Architecture, the development boasts 73 apartments, with master suites in each residence featuring a walk-in robe and ensuite.

At the sub-penthouses at Niña, discerning buyers will enjoy three-bedroom residences that connect to an outdoor terrace with its own private plunge pool – the ideal Valentine’s Day experience.

9. Pearl Main Beach
Developer: Raptis

Expected to reach completion this year, Pearl Main Beach will deliver 80 residences in two and three-bedroom configurations at its prime Main Beach Parade location.

The apartment tower has been designed to take advantage of great outlooks to the beach, with an extensive shoreline on offer from apartments or the rooftop.

For couples seeking to enjoy Valentine’s at home, bedrooms are set away from the living space and feature full-height glass to enjoy both the sunrise and sunset.

10. The Glasshouse, Burleigh Heads
Developer: Spyre Group

South East Queensland developer Spyre Group is set to create one of the Gold Coast's most expensive boutique apartment projects.

Glasshouse, a collection of just three house-sized apartments, will be crowned with a multi-level penthouse, featuring its own private rooftop with a swimming pool.

With a spa and outdoor entertaining area, it may not be the bedroom that you’ll want to spend the day in at this residence.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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