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f r o m t h e g enera l mana g er ’ s d e s k 2007 ended on a high for Palazzo Versace with the hotel receiving the 2008 Gold List Award for Australia’s Best Hotel. We were naturally delighted to receive such a highly coveted award that was determined by readers of Luxury Travel Magazine. Our aim for 2008 is to maintain this reputation, and exceed guest expectations in all aspects of their stay with us. Phase 1 of our upgrade program for rooms has been completed with the installation of LCD screens in all suite bedrooms. Our regular guests are also enjoying the new luxurious top-of-the-range mattresses and we thank you for your positive feedback. Phase 2, which is scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2008, will include new telephones and streamlined armoires which, once complete, will house a slightly larger, and much quieter minibar fridge. An exciting state of the art Media Hub (a digital in-room entertainment system) and LCD screens in the remaining rooms will also be installed with a new easy to use remote control system. Beautiful Versace-designed bedspreads and sheer curtains will complete the upgrade to guest rooms. New compact, state of the art equipment has been ordered for the gymnasium in Salus per Aquum. The equipment will have a low profile, enhancing the overall ambience of the work-out area. In addition to this, a host of exciting dining events are currently being finalized. Guests will enjoy the diverse range of activities that include a Grant Burge Dinner in March, a special dining event in June, an exclusive Iron Chef dinner in July, and much more in the lead up to our birthday celebration in September. La Vita Italiana proved to be enormously popular with patrons in 2007, so the challenge has been set for this year’s event to be even more spectacular. We wish you a prosperous and safe year ahead, and look forward to welcoming you to Palazzo Versace Gold Coast in 2008. Sandra Tikal General Manager


f r o m t h e g enera l mana g er ’ s d e s k 2007 ended on a high for Palazzo Versace with the hotel receiving the 2008 Gold List Award for Australia’s Best Hotel. We were naturally delighted to receive such a highly coveted award that was determined by readers of Luxury Travel Magazine. Our aim for 2008 is to maintain this reputation, and exceed guest expectations in all aspects of their stay with us. Phase 1 of our upgrade program for rooms has been completed with the installation of LCD screens in all suite bedrooms. Our regular guests are also enjoying the new luxurious top-of-the-range mattresses and we thank you for your positive feedback. Phase 2, which is scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2008, will include new telephones and streamlined armoires which, once complete, will house a slightly larger, and much quieter minibar fridge. An exciting state of the art Media Hub (a digital in-room entertainment system) and LCD screens in the remaining rooms will also be installed with a new easy to use remote control system. Beautiful Versace-designed bedspreads and sheer curtains will complete the upgrade to guest rooms. New compact, state of the art equipment has been ordered for the gymnasium in Salus per Aquum. The equipment will have a low profile, enhancing the overall ambience of the work-out area. In addition to this, a host of exciting dining events are currently being finalized. Guests will enjoy the diverse range of activities that include a Grant Burge Dinner in March, a special dining event in June, an exclusive Iron Chef dinner in July, and much more in the lead up to our birthday celebration in September. La Vita Italiana proved to be enormously popular with patrons in 2007, so the challenge has been set for this year’s event to be even more spectacular. We wish you a prosperous and safe year ahead, and look forward to welcoming you to Palazzo Versace Gold Coast in 2008. Sandra Tikal General Manager


Rise and Shine A R E WA R D I N G E X P E R I E N C E Although there is no doubting Palazzo Versace’s reputation as a ‘special occasion hotel’, not so widely known is the range of programs available to conference delegates and incentive groups at our day spa – Salus per Aquum. The corporate world is well aware of the impact on their bottom line of staff sick leave. Stress-related illnesses are increasing at an alarming rate, and the challenge to reduce such absences is being faced globally. The answer is simple – a reward for a job well done, or an incentive to perform above and beyond, have produced astounding results, for both morale and productivity. Salus per Aquum offers the ideal environment for employees to recharge, catering for groups from 7 to 70 with a variety of treatment and facility options. Extended opening hours offer flexibility for pampering and relaxation to suit a conference or incentive program. Following a relaxing massage or a rejuvenating skin-care treatment, the soothing waters of the mosaic pool are a nurturing finale to time at the spa, whether an hour or an entire day. Guests leave feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and ready to conquer the world!

Some mornings, the reluctance to stir can be very strong, but on the first Thursday of each month, 300 guests suffer no such problems arriving at Palazzo Versace for the 7am start of The Early Risers’ Breakfast. As Australia’s largest women’s networking breakfast event, The Early Risers Club has become the most high-profile ‘must do’ event in Queensland’s social calendar for business women. The monthly event, held in La Medusa Ballroom, features Australia’s leading personalities and speakers and has raised more than $70,000 for women’s cancer research since launching at Palazzo Versace in 2004. The event, which has been likened to a live ‘Oprah’ show, sees up to 300 guests entertained and motivated prior to heading off to their day at the office. The monthly breakfasts feature an action-packed one and half hours of entertainment which includes nationally and internationally acclaimed keynote speakers. Those who have graced the La Medusa stage include author Susan Jeffers and celebrity Jane Fonda, popular TV traveller Andrew Daddo, Australian Women’s Weekly Food Director Lyndey Milan, renowned author Tara Moss and swimming great Petria Thomas. The breakfasts, proudly supported by Palazzo Versace, are held on the first Thursday of the month.


Rise and Shine A R E WA R D I N G E X P E R I E N C E Although there is no doubting Palazzo Versace’s reputation as a ‘special occasion hotel’, not so widely known is the range of programs available to conference delegates and incentive groups at our day spa – Salus per Aquum. The corporate world is well aware of the impact on their bottom line of staff sick leave. Stress-related illnesses are increasing at an alarming rate, and the challenge to reduce such absences is being faced globally. The answer is simple – a reward for a job well done, or an incentive to perform above and beyond, have produced astounding results, for both morale and productivity. Salus per Aquum offers the ideal environment for employees to recharge, catering for groups from 7 to 70 with a variety of treatment and facility options. Extended opening hours offer flexibility for pampering and relaxation to suit a conference or incentive program. Following a relaxing massage or a rejuvenating skin-care treatment, the soothing waters of the mosaic pool are a nurturing finale to time at the spa, whether an hour or an entire day. Guests leave feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and ready to conquer the world!

Some mornings, the reluctance to stir can be very strong, but on the first Thursday of each month, 300 guests suffer no such problems arriving at Palazzo Versace for the 7am start of The Early Risers’ Breakfast. As Australia’s largest women’s networking breakfast event, The Early Risers Club has become the most high-profile ‘must do’ event in Queensland’s social calendar for business women. The monthly event, held in La Medusa Ballroom, features Australia’s leading personalities and speakers and has raised more than $70,000 for women’s cancer research since launching at Palazzo Versace in 2004. The event, which has been likened to a live ‘Oprah’ show, sees up to 300 guests entertained and motivated prior to heading off to their day at the office. The monthly breakfasts feature an action-packed one and half hours of entertainment which includes nationally and internationally acclaimed keynote speakers. Those who have graced the La Medusa stage include author Susan Jeffers and celebrity Jane Fonda, popular TV traveller Andrew Daddo, Australian Women’s Weekly Food Director Lyndey Milan, renowned author Tara Moss and swimming great Petria Thomas. The breakfasts, proudly supported by Palazzo Versace, are held on the first Thursday of the month.


A F A M I LY A FF A I R “Today’s parents refuse to give up on luxury stays when they have a family, so their children show a level of travel sophistication that previous generations didn’t have.” Luxury Travel & Style Magazine, whose readers voted Palazzo Versace Gold Coast ‘Australia’s Best Hotel’, recently asked both parents and their children which of the Gold Coast’s hotels really do cater for the small fry. This was the response from Alex (Aged 8) about his stay at Palazzo Versace: “The hotel has a really big pool and sand. I’ve never seen a beach by a hotel pool before. The rooms look really good. I like the patterns on the cushions ... They’ve got Playstation, and great hot chocolate, and you can eat fish and chips and see the boats (at Vie restaurant). Everyone was really friendly and the lady at the desk gave me a special colouring book (a Versace kids pack), and a present when I answered all the questions about the hotel – I found out the chandelier weighs 750 kilograms! Parents Check: As a general rule you’d think that Versace and the very young don’t mix. How could the ultimate designer hotel cope with sticky-fingered children? The answer is: surprisingly well. The staff is incredibly child-tolerant ... In fact the hotel offers some of the best service I’ve come across anywhere – and that includes some of the major capital cities of the world.” Our sincere thanks to Luxury Travel for allowing us to reproduce the above which appeared as part of a report in the Summer 07/08 issue of Luxury Travel & Style Magazine (www.luxurytravelmag.com.au)


A F A M I LY A FF A I R “Today’s parents refuse to give up on luxury stays when they have a family, so their children show a level of travel sophistication that previous generations didn’t have.” Luxury Travel & Style Magazine, whose readers voted Palazzo Versace Gold Coast ‘Australia’s Best Hotel’, recently asked both parents and their children which of the Gold Coast’s hotels really do cater for the small fry. This was the response from Alex (Aged 8) about his stay at Palazzo Versace: “The hotel has a really big pool and sand. I’ve never seen a beach by a hotel pool before. The rooms look really good. I like the patterns on the cushions ... They’ve got Playstation, and great hot chocolate, and you can eat fish and chips and see the boats (at Vie restaurant). Everyone was really friendly and the lady at the desk gave me a special colouring book (a Versace kids pack), and a present when I answered all the questions about the hotel – I found out the chandelier weighs 750 kilograms! Parents Check: As a general rule you’d think that Versace and the very young don’t mix. How could the ultimate designer hotel cope with sticky-fingered children? The answer is: surprisingly well. The staff is incredibly child-tolerant ... In fact the hotel offers some of the best service I’ve come across anywhere – and that includes some of the major capital cities of the world.” Our sincere thanks to Luxury Travel for allowing us to reproduce the above which appeared as part of a report in the Summer 07/08 issue of Luxury Travel & Style Magazine (www.luxurytravelmag.com.au)


A N I GH T T O R E M E M B E R Palazzo Versace is delighted to welcome the culinary genius of Television’s Iron Chef French Sakai which will be showcased in this superb dining event. Over three nights in July, guests will be granted a rare opportunity, an insider’s view of the kitchen. Cameras will capture every moment as Sakai, and Executive Chef Steve Szabo, create dishes reflecting their passion for Japanese cuisine and traditional French cooking techniques. In the lavish surrounds of the award-winning Vanitas Restaurant, large screens will display each moment live from the kitchen, from preparation to presentation, as both chefs combine to produce eight exquisite courses with specially selected wines to complement each dish. Iron Chef Details 4th, 5th and 6th July 2008 $500 per person per night 7pm for 7.30pm Bookings are essential as seating is limited – please phone Tamara Flood on 07 5509 8021 or email adm1@palazzoversace.com Please join us for one, two or all three nights of this truly unique experience!

Bon appetit!


A N I GH T T O R E M E M B E R Palazzo Versace is delighted to welcome the culinary genius of Television’s Iron Chef French Sakai which will be showcased in this superb dining event. Over three nights in July, guests will be granted a rare opportunity, an insider’s view of the kitchen. Cameras will capture every moment as Sakai, and Executive Chef Steve Szabo, create dishes reflecting their passion for Japanese cuisine and traditional French cooking techniques. In the lavish surrounds of the award-winning Vanitas Restaurant, large screens will display each moment live from the kitchen, from preparation to presentation, as both chefs combine to produce eight exquisite courses with specially selected wines to complement each dish. Iron Chef Details 4th, 5th and 6th July 2008 $500 per person per night 7pm for 7.30pm Bookings are essential as seating is limited – please phone Tamara Flood on 07 5509 8021 or email adm1@palazzoversace.com Please join us for one, two or all three nights of this truly unique experience!

Bon appetit!


March

Average Temperature 27.6° - Sunrise 5.50am Sunset 6.05pm

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June

1 2 March Gold Coast Triathlon - Luke Harrop Memorial

GCBazaar Throughout the month of June, Palazzo Versace will celebrate GCBazaar. To contribute to the month long festival of fashion, food and fun, we will offer special dining options and have designed an exclusive GCBazaar cocktail GCB! One lucky guest who stays at Palazzo Versace during the month of June will win the ultimate luxury indulgence A night in the magnificent Imperial Suite!

12 March Grant Burge Dinner Passionate fifth generation Australian winemaker, Grant Burge, will join Palazzo Versace for an exclusive evening in Vanitas Restaurant. Indulge in a superb five course menu including coffee and petit fours, and let Grant tantalize your palate with the delicate flavours of some of his finest Australian wines. $275pp - 7pm for 7.30pm. 17 March Women in Racing Magic Millions Luncheon Join in the fun of the Magic Millions Carnival in La Medusa Ballroom - guests will enjoy an arrival glass of sparkling wine, a 2 course menu plus tea and coffee, entertainment by Peter George who will perform a tribute to Frank Sinatra, and a fashion parade with a difference - antique clothing from The Fishbowl Factory.

9 June Queen’s Birthday

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13 14 June Craggy Range Trans Tasman Plate The return challenge between our Executive Chef and Sommelier and the team at Craggy Range - to be held in Vanitas Restaurant.

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21 24 March Easter Long Weekend 23 March Easter Sunday at Palazzo Versace Palazzo Versace makes Easter Sunday the perfect occasion to bring friends and family together to celebrate this timeless tradition. Indulge in Il Barocco Restaurant’s succulent seafood buffet or dine in Vie Bar + Restaurant overlooking the Broadwater. A special visit from the Easter Bunny will entertain the kids and treat them to tasty chocolate eggs.

July

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28 29 March Simon Johnson Cheese and Olive Oil Tasting Join renowned foodie Simon Johnson for these two exclusive classes – Vanitas Restaurant Cheese tasting Fri 28th March - Olive Oil Cooking Demonstration Sat 29th March $55 per class, 10am – 12pm each day. Average Temperature 25.9° - Sunrise 6.20am Sunset 5.30pm

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14 20 April Brothers Nielsen Pro Junior Surfing

May

Average Temperature 23.3° - Sunrise 6.20am Sunset 5.05pm

11 May Mother’s Day Show Mum how much you love her by treating her to an unforgettable day of gifts and fine food. Indulge in the mouth-watering seafood buffet at Il Barocco Restaurant. As a treat, ladies will be given a special gift and a complimentary glass of sparkling to mark the occasion. Diners in both Vie Bar + Restaurant and Il Barocco will be eligible to win ‘Lucky Door’ prizes.

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22 25 May Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show

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29 May 1 June Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival

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6 July Gold Coast Airport Marathon

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25 27 July Gold Coast Home Show & Outdoor Adventure Expo

August

Average Temperature 21.4° - Sunrise 6.20am Sunset 5.25pm

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22 July 9 August Tastes of Gold Coast festival

20 April Kokoda Memorial Walk - Canungra to Broadbeach 25 April Anzac Day

Average Temperature 20.6° - Sunrise 6.35am Sunset 5.10pm

4 6 July Iron Chef Event Television’s Iron Chef and culinary extraordinaire Hiroyuki Sakai will delight guests over three exclusive nights in Vanitas Restaurant with eight exquisite courses, each complemented with specially selected wines. $500pp per evening.

24 March Conrad Jupiters Magic Millions Carnival commences

April

Average Temperature 21.2° - Sunrise 6.35am Sunset 5pm

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28 30 August Gold Coast Show

September

Average Temperature 20.5° - Sunrise 5.50am Sunset 5.40pm

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1 30 September La Vita Italiana Join us for a month long celebration that will include cooking demonstrations, a musical extravaganza and special dining events. A guest chef, Italian flavours reflected in both food and wine throughout the hotel and a host of magnificent prizes will complete a sensational September. 6 September Fathers’ Day Turn this special occasion into a day to remember by treating Dad to the delicious seafood buffet in Il Barocco Restaurant.

30 May 9 June Wintersun Festival - Coolangatta

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30 31 May Craggy Range Trans Tasman Plate The first of 2 dining challenges between our Executive Chef and Sommelier and the team at Craggy Range - to be held in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand.

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March

Average Temperature 27.6° - Sunrise 5.50am Sunset 6.05pm

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June

1 2 March Gold Coast Triathlon - Luke Harrop Memorial

GCBazaar Throughout the month of June, Palazzo Versace will celebrate GCBazaar. To contribute to the month long festival of fashion, food and fun, we will offer special dining options and have designed an exclusive GCBazaar cocktail GCB! One lucky guest who stays at Palazzo Versace during the month of June will win the ultimate luxury indulgence A night in the magnificent Imperial Suite!

12 March Grant Burge Dinner Passionate fifth generation Australian winemaker, Grant Burge, will join Palazzo Versace for an exclusive evening in Vanitas Restaurant. Indulge in a superb five course menu including coffee and petit fours, and let Grant tantalize your palate with the delicate flavours of some of his finest Australian wines. $275pp - 7pm for 7.30pm. 17 March Women in Racing Magic Millions Luncheon Join in the fun of the Magic Millions Carnival in La Medusa Ballroom - guests will enjoy an arrival glass of sparkling wine, a 2 course menu plus tea and coffee, entertainment by Peter George who will perform a tribute to Frank Sinatra, and a fashion parade with a difference - antique clothing from The Fishbowl Factory.

9 June Queen’s Birthday

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13 14 June Craggy Range Trans Tasman Plate The return challenge between our Executive Chef and Sommelier and the team at Craggy Range - to be held in Vanitas Restaurant.

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21 24 March Easter Long Weekend 23 March Easter Sunday at Palazzo Versace Palazzo Versace makes Easter Sunday the perfect occasion to bring friends and family together to celebrate this timeless tradition. Indulge in Il Barocco Restaurant’s succulent seafood buffet or dine in Vie Bar + Restaurant overlooking the Broadwater. A special visit from the Easter Bunny will entertain the kids and treat them to tasty chocolate eggs.

July

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28 29 March Simon Johnson Cheese and Olive Oil Tasting Join renowned foodie Simon Johnson for these two exclusive classes – Vanitas Restaurant Cheese tasting Fri 28th March - Olive Oil Cooking Demonstration Sat 29th March $55 per class, 10am – 12pm each day. Average Temperature 25.9° - Sunrise 6.20am Sunset 5.30pm

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14 20 April Brothers Nielsen Pro Junior Surfing

May

Average Temperature 23.3° - Sunrise 6.20am Sunset 5.05pm

11 May Mother’s Day Show Mum how much you love her by treating her to an unforgettable day of gifts and fine food. Indulge in the mouth-watering seafood buffet at Il Barocco Restaurant. As a treat, ladies will be given a special gift and a complimentary glass of sparkling to mark the occasion. Diners in both Vie Bar + Restaurant and Il Barocco will be eligible to win ‘Lucky Door’ prizes.

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22 25 May Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show

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29 May 1 June Blues on Broadbeach Music Festival

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6 July Gold Coast Airport Marathon

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25 27 July Gold Coast Home Show & Outdoor Adventure Expo

August

Average Temperature 21.4° - Sunrise 6.20am Sunset 5.25pm

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22 July 9 August Tastes of Gold Coast festival

20 April Kokoda Memorial Walk - Canungra to Broadbeach 25 April Anzac Day

Average Temperature 20.6° - Sunrise 6.35am Sunset 5.10pm

4 6 July Iron Chef Event Television’s Iron Chef and culinary extraordinaire Hiroyuki Sakai will delight guests over three exclusive nights in Vanitas Restaurant with eight exquisite courses, each complemented with specially selected wines. $500pp per evening.

24 March Conrad Jupiters Magic Millions Carnival commences

April

Average Temperature 21.2° - Sunrise 6.35am Sunset 5pm

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28 30 August Gold Coast Show

September

Average Temperature 20.5° - Sunrise 5.50am Sunset 5.40pm

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1 30 September La Vita Italiana Join us for a month long celebration that will include cooking demonstrations, a musical extravaganza and special dining events. A guest chef, Italian flavours reflected in both food and wine throughout the hotel and a host of magnificent prizes will complete a sensational September. 6 September Fathers’ Day Turn this special occasion into a day to remember by treating Dad to the delicious seafood buffet in Il Barocco Restaurant.

30 May 9 June Wintersun Festival - Coolangatta

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30 31 May Craggy Range Trans Tasman Plate The first of 2 dining challenges between our Executive Chef and Sommelier and the team at Craggy Range - to be held in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand.

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P a l a z z o Ver s ace Dubai The luxury designer resort is positioned within Culture Village on the Dubai Creek, and will offer 169 luxury condominiums ranging from one to six bedrooms, day spa, restaurant and 213 hotel rooms and suites furnished with an exclusive line of products from the Versace Home collection.


P a l a z z o Ver s ace Dubai The luxury designer resort is positioned within Culture Village on the Dubai Creek, and will offer 169 luxury condominiums ranging from one to six bedrooms, day spa, restaurant and 213 hotel rooms and suites furnished with an exclusive line of products from the Versace Home collection.


VERSACE WOMEN’S ACCESSORIES Spring/Summer 2008 The 2008 Spring/Summer Versace womenswear accessories’ collection is striking and bold, placing emphasis on the finest of craftsmanship. This is a collection dedicated to modern women who are strong and self confident enough to indulge their softer side. Versace bags swing with new designs, bigger volumes and fabulous materials. Soft and even softer, large and even larger… these models come in a selection of unusual holdall shapes. Precious materials are combined to create unexpected yet truly luxurious effects. Colours are strong and include: khaki, military, leaf and jade green, electric blue, rich orange and fuchsia pink, as well as chocolate brown which constitutes the Medusa’s new black. Featuring vivid contrasts of colour and shape, the Versace Spring/Summer 2008 women’s shoe collection delivers cool summer sophistication. On offer is a wide selection of newly interpreted wedges and stiletto sandals in spicy seasonal colours: khaki, leaf and jade green, blonde or gilded gold, electric blue, fuchsia pink, strong orange, and chocolate brown, often with an eye-catching contrast colour for the sole of the shoe. Materials have never been more beautiful for both the bags and shoes: the finest nappa, patent leather, ostrich, raffia and crocodile are used throughout. Other highlights include newly shaped heels often in unique curved forms, special plissé bridge leatherwork and wider strappy “T” décolleté detailing. Please visit a Versace Boutique to discover the latest season’s treasures. Melbourne Shop 2/8 Whiteman Street Southbank Melbourne 3006 Australia Telephone +613 9686 8800 Sydney 128 Castlereagh Street Sydney 2000 Australia Telephone +612 9267 3232 Gold Coast 94 Seaworld Drive Main Beach 4217 Australia Telephone +617 5591 8080


VERSACE WOMEN’S ACCESSORIES Spring/Summer 2008 The 2008 Spring/Summer Versace womenswear accessories’ collection is striking and bold, placing emphasis on the finest of craftsmanship. This is a collection dedicated to modern women who are strong and self confident enough to indulge their softer side. Versace bags swing with new designs, bigger volumes and fabulous materials. Soft and even softer, large and even larger… these models come in a selection of unusual holdall shapes. Precious materials are combined to create unexpected yet truly luxurious effects. Colours are strong and include: khaki, military, leaf and jade green, electric blue, rich orange and fuchsia pink, as well as chocolate brown which constitutes the Medusa’s new black. Featuring vivid contrasts of colour and shape, the Versace Spring/Summer 2008 women’s shoe collection delivers cool summer sophistication. On offer is a wide selection of newly interpreted wedges and stiletto sandals in spicy seasonal colours: khaki, leaf and jade green, blonde or gilded gold, electric blue, fuchsia pink, strong orange, and chocolate brown, often with an eye-catching contrast colour for the sole of the shoe. Materials have never been more beautiful for both the bags and shoes: the finest nappa, patent leather, ostrich, raffia and crocodile are used throughout. Other highlights include newly shaped heels often in unique curved forms, special plissé bridge leatherwork and wider strappy “T” décolleté detailing. Please visit a Versace Boutique to discover the latest season’s treasures. Melbourne Shop 2/8 Whiteman Street Southbank Melbourne 3006 Australia Telephone +613 9686 8800 Sydney 128 Castlereagh Street Sydney 2000 Australia Telephone +612 9267 3232 Gold Coast 94 Seaworld Drive Main Beach 4217 Australia Telephone +617 5591 8080


A W I NTER’ S EM B R ACE Enjoy the lovely sunny days and gloriously mild nights for which the Gold Coast is renowned – all year round! Two nights’ accommodation in a Superior Room Daily buffet breakfast for 2 in Il Barocco Two luxurious Palazzo Versace bath robes and an indulgent bath bliss treatment Access to Salus per Aquum day spa (adults only) Valet parking and daily morning newspaper $1150 per room for a 2 night stay Based on single or twin share Valid for 2 night stays until 30 September 08 Subject to availability Prices shown in Australian dollars inclusive of tax

For further information please contact our Reservations Team on +61 7 5509 8000 or Toll Free (Australia) 1800 098 000 Email reservations@palazzoversace.com Sea World Drive, Main Beach 4217 QLD, Australia www.palazzoversace.com

Information contained within this newsletter is correct at time of printing and subject to change without notice.


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