A six-star resort has been forced to close its restaurant and famous buffet after a mass walkout by anti-vaxxer employees in the lead Christmas,
The situation has worsened in recent weeks, with staff leaving, the famous Christmas buffet collapsing and guests complaining about poor service.
Some employees were also accused of refusing to wear face masks around the clock, while others offered unsolicited COVID conspiracies to stunned guests.
A Versace insider said the resort is on its knees, with many workers refusing to be vaccinated.
Palazzo Versace on the Gold Coast, initially touted as Queensland’s first six-star resort, was forced to close its restaurants and famous buffet at Christmas following a mass walkout by leading anti-vaxxer employees Is.
Employees leaving in large numbers, and others offering unsolicited COVID conspiracies to stunned guests (pictured, Famous Buffet)
In recent years many visitors and guests have criticized the Gold Coast Hotel as not being as attractive as it projects.
A former employee claimed morale was lowest at high-end hotels, where some rooms can cost more than $3,000 a night.
The former employee said, ‘It’s running more and more and the employees there are being asked to do more for less. Courier Mail.
‘It is a matter of great shame because everyone worked so hard to bring everything back to high standards after the lockdown and they destroyed the hotel within a few months.’
The famed Vanitas restaurant will not reopen until early 2022, and there are job opportunities at Versace for chefs, banquet staff and other catering roles.
The traditional Christmas Day banquet at the Grand Ballroom, which was fully booked, was also canceled recently.
In response, Palazzo Versace claimed that the departure of some employees was overdue.
“Many hotels are actively hiring, and our recruitment is focused on attracting new talent,” it said.
‘We are committed to providing our guests with world-class service, and look forward to sharing the many exciting changes on the horizon in the new year.’
Past celebrity guests at the Rizzie Hotel have included American rapper Snoop Dogg, actor Johnny Depp and model Tammy Hembro.
Jane Kingston was the latest general manager to resign in May, after four others left the job in 2014.
‘Never in my life have I experienced such toxic and vocal attacks from other human beings where you stop and think, “Is this true?” Ms Kingston previously told Daily Mail Australia.
‘Somebody else who is not strong would go and commit suicide, how bad are such attacks’ [on me] Were. it’s embarrassing.’
The famous Vanitas restaurant Palazzo Versace on the Gold Coast will not reopen until early 2022, and the hotel (pictured) has current openings for chef, banquette and other catering roles.
The traditional Christmas Day banquet, which was fully booked, was also recently canceled by Palazzo Versace
The property doubles as a hotel-resort and a home for condominium owners on the Gold Coast
Palazzo Versace has 200 five-star hotel rooms, but also more than 70 condominiums.
Issues between residents and owner have plagued the hotel-resort since it was bought by the China Xu family from local developers Sunland Group in 2012 through its Dong Run Group.
Earlier this year, a series of Harmful TripAdvisor Reviews The installation was highlighted by Daily Mail Australia, echoing regular complaints by visitors, guests and travel industry experts.
Many felt that the original ‘six-star’ status of Palazzo Versace was no longer appropriate as the upkeep, maintenance and renovation of its facilities were left behind.
One reviewer wrote, ‘While we were trying to enjoy our meal, a bird excreted feces at us that went directly on top of our kebabs and onto us and our food.
Another reviewer said that using the hotel’s pool was ‘like swimming in the Parramatta River’, partly because a family of ducks had taken and left the droppings.
The resort’s expensive-looking grounds are favored by influencers like Tammy Hembro
US rapper Snoop Dogg poses next to a plate of fruit during his stay at Palazzo Versace