New vi­sion for Beach Plaza

Whitsunday Times - - WHITSUNDAY BUSINESS -

BEACH Plaza on the Air­lie Es­planade is cur­rently un­der­go­ing a re­vi­tal­i­sa­tion in or­der to be­come the next clos­est in-town venue to the Port of Air­lie.

The own­ers see the Air­lie Es­planade as the ‘Champs El­y­sees of Air­lie Beach’ and want to take that vi­sion and build on it.

They say when you stroll down the es­planade you are trans­formed to some­thing you’d see in Paris but with pris­tine views of beaches and sun­sets.

Beach Plaza cur­rently prides it­self on each restau­rant of­fer­ing warm, friendly and re­spectable ser­vice with al­fresco din­ing.

This is achieved by as­sur­ing the restau­rant’s man­age­ment is con­stantly in­volved and in­ter­ac­tive, not buried away in an of­fice.

The own­ers be­lieve Beach Plaza of­fers the largest menu un­der one roof.

Cur­rently host­ing over five dif­fer­ent restau­rants, cafes and bars, part of the re­vi­tal­i­sa­tion will be to bring in even more di­verse din­ing op­tions. Ex­tended culi­nary is just one small part of this ma­jor re­vamp with Beach Plaza set to get a con­fer­ence and busi­ness cen­tre with many other sur­prises in store.

The idea is for the plaza to be a multi-pur­pose venue just a stone’s throw away from the Main Street and Port of Air­lie.

With en­suite ho­tel-style ac­com­mo­da­tion at bud­get prices, the own­ers would also like to steer peo­ple away from the as­sump­tion that Air­lie Water­front, which op­er­ates within Beach Plaza, is just a back­pack­ers.

They be­lieve that whether you’re pay­ing $200 a night or $25, they want ev­ery­one to feel wel­comed to the Whit­sun­days with qual­ity ac­com­mo­da­tion.

EX­CITED: Chevez Keys and Leni Fries from La Ta­bella look for­ward to the future of Beach Plaza.

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