The recent redevelopment of the Sheraton Mirage, Port Douglas has been recognised for construction excellence by the Master Builders Association Queensland.
The revitalisation of the resort’s Central Complex, Country Club and VIP Rooms were on Saturday 11 August awarded Far North Queensland’s, Project of the Year for Refurbishment or Renovation over $2 million.
Originally opening its doors in 1987 by Australian developer Christopher and Pixie Skase, the Sheraton Mirage Port Douglas exuded all things excessive of the decade that was the 1980’s, but it is the hotel’s recent redevelopment that has put the beach front resort back on the bucket list of luxury holiday makers.
Leading Interior Design Magazine Belle Australia describes the new look hotels as “no mirage- just a tropical paradise at its five-star finest .”
The workmanship across the redevelopment, including the main lobby, restaurants, bars, cafes, lounges, conference centres and VIP luxury suites is of exceptionally high quality.
The layering of multiple materials and finishes including glass, stone, brass, timber and fabric, often all included into a single joinery unit, has created an interior which Belle Australia defines as “both gentle and bold.”
Vaughan Construction’s Managing Director, Andrew Noble said “with no two items the same, a quick and repetitive install process was not possible. Innovative construction techniques were employed to ensure the highest quality outcomes, for 5-star luxury appeal.”