From the Resene News – issue 3/2004
Beach bunny - The Beach Hotel
Once the Pacific Coast Hotel and now The Beach Hotel, 2663 Gold Coast Highway is the perfect place to refuel the mind and body when a Surfer's Paradise retreat is on the to do list.
The recent rebranding of the restaurant and bar included an extensive interior refurbishment, surrounding guests in well located style. The dated painted interior including an array of wood surfaces was swiftly transformed to modern with coats of Resene Zylone 20 flat acrylic, selected for its luxurious suede like finish and low odour, and Resene Zylone SpaceCote, selected for its durability and all round good looks, throughout the interior envelope. The very popular Resene Akaroa (pale pebble grey) was used as the primary colour punctuated by features of Resene Flash Point (fire red) complemented by Resene Rice Cake (yellow white) and Resene Makara (mid tone neutral).
Careful balancing of the neutral backdrop with placements of bold feature means no matter whether guests are high energy or ready to relax, they will feel in sync with their surroundings.
Designer: Jenni Parsons, Design
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