Penthouses, located on Level 4 of the Lagoon Wing, overlook the Lily Lagoon, Lagoon Pool, gardens, Hayman Beach and the Coral Sea and offer butler service and use of the Penthouse Lounge.
Classic Louis XVI and contemporary furnishings blend successfully in the elegant three-bedroom French Penthouse. Its stylish, understated decor depicts clear, sunshine colours, reminiscent of a villa in the south of France. Beautiful pieces include a 19th Century French marble fireplace, a Venetian gilt mirror and a pair of Louis XVI lamps.
Modern Japanese design sits easily among exotic treasures in the one-bedroom Oriental Penthouse. Pure wool Belgian carpets and raw silk wall coverings make a rich backdrop for fascinating antiques. Earthy shades of Jim Thompson silk are used for bedroom upholstery. Chocolate silk scatter cushions to lie on cream velvet settees and armchairs.
The relaxed ease of life in the tropics is reflected in the one-bedroom Queensland Penthouse. Hand-made timber furniture and the vibrant colours of the Great Barrier Reef, provide a rich backdrop for colonial collector pieces and a specially commissioned painting by leading Australian artist, Patrick Hockey.
Designed in the style of a grand English country home, the two-bedroom English Penthouse is filled with the fresh colours of springtime, exquisite furnishings and antiques. The buttercup yellow and primrose blue floral design of the pure wool carpet is echoed in a yellow stripe wallpaper with twist pattern border detail.
The cool, clean lines of a Tuscan villa are recreated in the one-bedroom Italian Penthouse. All rooms share a light, airy feeling and have buff pink sandstone floors, stencil-finished walls and fine antique furnishings. Italian lemon silk is used generously in the bedroom on the bed and furniture coverings.
Reminiscent of a cliff-top villa overlooking the Mediterranean, the one-bedroom Greek Penthouse combines the warmth of terracotta with natural materials and fabrics. Grecian style and elegance predominate in the classic design of the living and dining areas, contrasted by the earthiness of rough-rendered white walls and heavy timber doors.
The one and two-bedroom Lagoon Penthouses reflect a relaxed resort feel, featuring soft, natural textures, cool marbles and rich, warm woods. A large balcony is furnished with an outdoor teakwood setting.
A Moorish influence prevails in the one-bedroom Moroccan Penthouse with the brilliant colours of the sea, a focal point. Against a rich backdrop, rare 19th Century pieces from North Africa inlaid with mother of pearl, ebony, ivory and silver wire, include a writing desk, wall mirror and smokers tables.