You’re surrounded by swaying palm trees and sparkling water, as you relax on a sunbed with a cold cocktail in hand and watch the sails of nearby superyachts dance in the wind. A balmy seabreeze rolls in as you snack on indulgent delicacies delivered to your sunbed and, somehow, the sun just seems to shine brighter here. No, you’re not on a far-flung holiday to Greece, this is what awaits you at La Luna.
La Luna is Australia’s first luxury beach club and restaurant and if that wasn’t cool enough already, it’s built on floating pontoons. It’s a beach club on the water, literally. La Luna will open its restaurant to the public this week, and the beach club is set to open in April. We're told it's going to be worth the wait...If Mykonos, St Tropez and Tulum had a lovechild, La Luna would be it.
A new addition to Pat Gennari's Gennari Group portfolio (whose venues include Koi Broadbeach, Maggie Choo, Loose Moose and more), La Luna features an indoor fine dining venue, a spacious pool, day beds, private cabanas, expansive bars and elegant poolside dining. The luxurious paradise oozes bohemian vibes and seamlessly combines pure luxury with nature, creating an oasis of comfort, style and rejuvenation. Located at the iconic Marina Mirage, La Luna boasts panoramic views of the Broadwater, which means stunning sunset views and twinkling night skies.
La Luna is something we’ve never seen before. It’s not just a beach club—it’s a multisensory experience. Indulge in a selection of flavours that expertly mix Mediterranean and Asian fusion cuisine, sip on exquisite cocktails inspired by the land and sea and dip your toes into the ocean aboard this luxury haven.
The La Luna restaurant has opened this week and the beach club will open in early April. We’ll drink to the good life here.
If you’re all about relaxation and rejuvenation, you need to check out our roundup of the best day spas on and around the Gold Coast. Go on, get your zen mode on.
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