Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, will stay in the Royal Suite at the beachfront Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort in the Gold Coast when they visit the city for the Commonwealth Games next month, it has been revealed.

Prince Charles is due to represent his mother, Queen Elizabeth, at the Opening Ceremony of the Gold Coast 2018 at Carrara Stadium on April 4.

The Resort, which has been selected as the official Commonwealth Games Family Hotel, will also accommodate other members of the British Royal Family, including Prince Charles’s youngest brother, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, the Gold Coast Bulletin reported. 

Prince Edward is the vice patron of the Commonwealth Games Federation.

Set among six hectares of lagoons and tropical gardens, Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort 295 guest rooms and luxury suites are completely booked out from March 29 to April 17, the Gold Coast Bulletin reported. 

The hotel has two Royal Suites.

The 185 square metre Suites boast panoramic ocean views, full walls of windows, marble floors, a full-sized bathroom with a deep soaking bath, rainforest shower, bidet and additional powder room and a formal dining and lounge area, it has been reported.

The hotel is a favourite of rock stars playing concerts in Australia.

Among those to have stayed there are the Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Bruce Springsteen and the Foo Fighters.