Iconic Townsville resort reveals fresh new makeover

In Travel News by The H4C Team

Headed for North Queensland? An established part the Townsville cityscape, The Ville Resort-Casino has just completed a $44-million redevelopment, offering couples a stylish escape. Now featuring new dining outlets and updated rooms and suites, the ocean-view resort has plenty to entice those dreaming of a tropical getaway.

The resort’s accommodation offerings are inspired by the traditional ‘Queenslander’ home

Designed by leading architects Woods Bagot, the new-look Ville Resort-Casino is built around a raised infinity pool with swim-up Splash Bar – perfect for sunset cocktails.

Embracing its location and a retro-meets-tropical-inspired look, the resort’s updated rooms and suites take design cues from the traditional ‘Queenslander’ home. With painted timber panelled walls, striking leaf-print carpets and velvet cushions, and beautiful water views, The Ville’s accommodation offerings lend themselves to summery escapes. 

The Quarterdeck overlooks the scenic Breakwater Marina

Foodies will also be impressed by the resort’s new dining outlets. A new local social hotspot, The Quarterdeck on the Breakwater Marina keeps complements its breezy setting with casual fare and chilled drinks. Also perfect for a romantic meal, the new Miss Songs serves Asian-influenced cuisine with modern flare, while the light and airy Palm House keeps things relaxed with al fresco dining and live cooking stations.

Palm House offers al fresco dining in an airy setting

To find out more about the new-look Ville Resort-Casino or to make a booking, visit the resort’s website here