A new world-class beachfront resort is taking shape on Belongil Beach in Byron Bay, New South Wales. The $100 million property, to be named ‘Elements of Byron’, is being constructed on a site that encompasses rainforest, lakes and two kilometres of beach frontage. Approval is for 193 individual one- and two-bedroom villas of which 94 are due for completion this Christmas, along with the central resort and leisure facilities.
Guests will be greeted by water and fire elements leading into a contoured main pavilion with a curved roof, symbolising the sand dunes along the beach. Three separate pavilions make up the central resort and leisure facilities, boasting a signature restaurant and lobby bar, poolside bar and kiosk, gymnasium and five-suite garden spa. Weaving throughout the resort is a large lagoon pool, numerous additional water features and sunken fire pit.
Elements of Byron will also have state-of-the-art facilities throughout a dedicated conference wing. Four flexible spaces will cater for up to 400 delegates separately or in one room, supported by adjacent break-out garden courtyards and poolside and beachfront locations offering views across the Bay to Cape Byron Lighthouse.
“This landmark beachfront resort in Byron Bay will be a major boost for the NSW tourist economy,” said Simon McGrath, Accor Pacific Chief Operating Officer. “We congratulate the owners on their amazing vision which is evident in the resort’s thoughtful design.”
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