65/94 Seaworld Drive, Versace penthouse, Main Beach. Image supplied. Source: Supplied

EVERYWHERE the eye looks must see a feature.

This was the brief versed by Santo Versace when the Milan fashion house he presides over built the worlds first fully fashion-branded hotel Palazzo Versace, at Main Beach, in 2000.

And the quote sums up everything and more about the avant-garde hotels dual-level penthouse and its $5.89 million price tag.

For the past eight years it has been an escape for Canberra couple Maureen and Richard Tindale but they have reluctantly decided to sell.


The wow factor technically starts at the driveway, which lays claim to the second-largest pebble mosaic in the world. It continues past the magnificent 750kg chandelier in the hotel lobby, beyond a 65m lagoon and man-made beach, to one of just two dual-level rooftop penthouses in the world-famous six-star hotel.

This penthouse, along with 200 luxury hotel suites and 71 condominiums, encompasses the hotels design features that fuse the opulence of European palaces and classical architecture from Rome with Versaces logo.

It is wow from the front door but not from the rich parquetry flooring, Persian rugs or marble imported from Carrara and the Benedictine monks in Italy, but from the stunning views of the Gold Coast.

65/94 Seaworld Drive, Main Beach. Image supplied. Source: Supplied

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