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  1. Barbados


    Serviced Apartment

    Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia


    Very good (200 reviews)

    Free WiFi

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  2. Outrigger Burleigh

    Outrigger Burleigh

    Burleigh Heads, Queensland, Australia


    (770 reviews)

    Free WiFi

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  3. NRMA Treasure Island Holiday Park

    NRMA Treasure Island Holiday Park

    Home / Apartment

    Biggera Waters, Queensland, Australia


    Very good (339 reviews)

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  4. Beachcomber Resort Surfers Paradise

    Beachcomber Resort Surfers Paradise


    Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia


    (1434 reviews)

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  5. Maldives Resort Gold Coast

    Maldives Resort Gold Coast

    Serviced Apartment

    Main Beach, Queensland, Australia


    Excellent (386 reviews)

    Free WiFi

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  6. Oaks Calypso Plaza

    Oaks Calypso Plaza

    Serviced Apartment

    Coolangatta, Queensland, Australia


    Good (901 reviews)

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Hotels in Gold Coast

Gold Coast, An Australian Vacationer’s Paradise

Choose among one of the pristine beaches situated along 57 sprawling kilometres of shoreline. Bring the whole family for an unforgettable adventure at one of the area’s best theme parks, or head to the hinterland where you can explore mountains and waterfalls. Or, enjoy all that the region has to offer from the comfort of your five-star hotel. With exquisite dining options and no shortage of activities, there are plenty of ways to eat and play like a superstar when you’re visiting Australia’s favourite vacation spot.

Beaches Galore

As the second-largest city in Queensland, Gold Coast has a massive expanse of coastline. The area’s most visited beach, Surfers Paradise, sees up to 20,000 visitors per day, so if you want to be where all the action takes place, book your hotel there. If you have yet to master the art of surfing, you can book a lesson at Get Wet Surf School. A popular beach choice among families is Coolangatta, the southernmost suburb of Gold Coast, which is known for its high concentration of family-friendly hotels and proximity to the airport. You’ll also find a stretch of the Great Barrier Reef there. Surfers can catch waves at Burleigh Heads or Main Beach, and divers and snorkelers alike can find plenty to discover at nearby Wave Break Island.

Theme Parks for All

From nature lovers to thrill-seeking adventurers, travellers will find many exciting ways to spend their days at the region’s famous theme parks. The country’s biggest theme park, Dreamworld, has rides that will daunt even the most passionate roller coaster enthusiasts, but with animal shows and kid-friendly rides, there are ample attractions for visitors of all ages to enjoy. If you’re seeking a cool, refreshing way to enjoy the region’s best rides, head on over to Wet ‘n’ Wild or WhiteWater World, two of Gold Coast’s premier waterparks. Don’t forget to stop by Movie World, which brings Hollywood fun to the Australian coast, and Sea World, known for its fantastic displays of aquatic life. Animal lovers will also enjoy Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, where koalas, wallabies, crocodiles, and other Australian animals dwell in their natural habitats. For convenience, many hotels in the Gold Coast offer transportation options to and from the area’s theme parks.

Luxury Accommodations

If luxury is what you’re after, there are plenty of hotel options in the Gold Coast that will surpass your grandest expectations. Many of the area’s resorts offer much more than accommodations alone, and options range from world-class restaurants onsite to deluxe spas and well-equipped exercise facilities. Whether you’re seeking chic sophistication, 5-star luxury, or both, there’s a hotel in the region that will surely meet all of your expectations. With lavish swimming pools, private beach access, and a range of exceptional restaurants to dine in on the property, many of the area’s resorts have everything you could want onsite so that you won’t even have to leave during your stay. Of course, if you’d prefer a different type of experience, there are plenty of accommodations to choose from in the Gold Coast. From bed and breakfasts to holiday parks, you’ll find options for every budget and set of preferences throughout the city.

The Finest Sports & Dining

You may have guessed that water sports are popular among the city’s coastline, but another sport that the area is well-known for is golf. The Australian PGA Championships take place in Gold Coast, and there are both private and public courses for golf enthusiasts to enjoy. Many of the city’s courses attract golfers from around the world, so if you’ve packed your clubs, you should have no trouble finding at least one spot to tee off during your stay. After a long day of hitting the city’s fairways, you can fuel up by enjoying some of the area’s best cuisine. Gold Coast is known for its waterfront restaurants, many of which serve locally-caught seafood. You can also go dancing or sit back and enjoy the music after dinner or with drinks, as many of the local restaurants and pubs provide live entertainment.

Unspoiled Hinterland

Known as the “green side” of the Gold Coast, the hinterland sweeps you away from luxury hotels and restaurants and into the raw beauty of nature. From epic mountaintop views to the magnificent trees spread throughout the subtropical rainforest, the natural environment will leave you breathless. The city is home to five national parks, including Burleigh Head National Park, Lamington National Park, Springbook National Park, Tamborine National Park, and David Fleay Wildlfe Park. For the ultimate immersion into the area’s natural surroundings, embark on the three-day Gold Coast Hinterland Great Walk, which will take you past an ancient volcano and through the unforgettable Gondwana Rainforest. If you’d prefer to enjoy the view without tiring your legs, consider the 4WD Rainforest Eco Safari, which take you past five remarkable waterfalls in the comfort of a 4WD coach.

Price range

from ‎AU$54to ‎AU$749

Top hotels

    Hotel Hilton Surfers Paradise Surfers Paradise
    The Hilton Surfers Paradise is located in the heart of Surfers Paradise on Australia’s famous Gold Coast, a street from the beach. Two towers, the Boulevard and the Orchid offer a range of rooms which all feature ocean, mountain or city views and include floor to ceiling windows, air-conditioning, work desk, flat-screen TV with on demand cable and access to Wi-Fi. The hotel has four heated swimming pools, sauna, two gyms and an on-site spa to facilitate a relaxing stay. Business travellers can also take advantage of the premium business centre. Dine at Salt Grill which is operated by one of Australia’s most celebrated chefs Luke Mangan, or sample modern Australian cuisine at one of the other three onsite restaurants, bars and cafes. The Hilton Surfers Paradise is 30 minutes by car to the Gold Coast's renowned adventure parks including Sea World,, Warner Bros. Movie World, Dreamworld and the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
    Hotel Artique Surfers Paradise Surfers Paradise
    Artique Surfers Paradise offers luxury accommodations close to the beach. Located in the heart of Surfers Paradise, this hotel features self-contained, luxury apartments with panoramic views. An outdoor pool and fitness centre are available on-site. Each apartment includes a full kitchen complete with refrigerator, microwave, stovetop and dishwasher. Air conditioning, blackout curtains, and TV with premium cable channels also come standard. Artique Surfers Paradise has a spa, sauna and steam room, as well as a fully equipped gym. A private movie theatre and virtual golf simulation are also available on site. There isn’t a restaurant on-site at this property. However, the centre of Surfers Paradise is close by and offers a variety of dining options. Cavill Avenue is 0.5 miles away from the hotel, and Surfers Paradise Beach is 0.6 miles away. Jupiters Casino is 1.7 miles away from the hotel.
    Hotel Vibe Hotel Gold Coast Surfers Paradise
    This super-trendy hotel overlooks the Nerang River in the heart of Surfer’s Paradise. Along with killer views, Vibe Gold Coast offers an outdoor pool and easy access to many of the resort’s key attractions. Airy rooms with balconies feature flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, as well as minibars and tea/coffee-making facilities. Superior rooms offer kitchenettes; suites boast kitchens and separate lounges with sofabeds. Most rooms afford beach or river views. Along with the outdoor pool, guests can make use of a gym and a spa. Limited Wi-Fi is available (charges may apply) and parking is provided on-site for a fee. Room service is offered 24/7. Breakfast is served in the über-hip Curve Cafe. Drinks and snacks are available from a poolside bar/cafe. Numerous restaurants, bars and clubs are located close by. Vibe Gold Coast is five minutes’ walk from the beach and the nearest tram stop. This accommodation is also known as Gold Coast Vibe Hotel, Vibe Gold Coast, Vibe Gold Coast Surfers Paradise, and Vibe Hotel Gold.
    Hotel The Shore Surfers Paradise
    The The Shore is located right across the street from the beach in Surfers Paradise and around the corner from a trolley station that provides access to all of the area's major attractions. Each room at this property is a one bedroom apartment that comes with a separate living area with a sofa bed and a full kitchen. Rooms also feature a ceiling fan, views of the ocean, ironing facilities, and a private bathroom. Amenities available at this property include free Wi-Fi, an outdoor courtyard, a heated swimming pool, luggage storage, laundry machines, and a safety deposit box. There is a tour desk and an underground parking lot, as well. There is an in-house bar and restaurant at the The Shore and a convenience store next door. Neighbourhood restaurants include Koastal Kitchen and Bazaar Gold Coast. This property is 1.7 kilometres from the SkyPoint Observation Deck, 3.4 kilometres from the Southport Racecourse, and 4.5 kilometres from the Kurrawa Surf Club.
    Hotel Surf Regency Surfers Paradise
    Located just steps from a patrolled beach, Surf Regency is a luxurious aparthotel that features an outdoor pool and offers guests free parking. Each apartment at this property has its own kitchen with washing machine and clothes dryer. There is a flat-screen TV in the living area while guests can relax on the private balcony. Wi-Fi access is paid per day’s usage while there is an internet lounge station at the front desk. Further amenities include a tour desk, barbecue facilities, sauna, and a heated spa pool alongside the children’s wading pool. The complex is a short walk from the many restaurants and cafés of the neighbourhood which include Seduction Restaurant and Bar, Ben’s Fish and Chips, and Hungry Jacks. Surf Regency is a six-minute walk from Ripley’s Believe It or Not and Timezone Surfers Paradise and eleven minutes from Infinity Attraction.
    Hotel Novotel Surfers Paradise Surfers Paradise
    Courtyard by Marriott Surfers Paradise Resort is superbly located in the heart of Surfers Paradise, just a short stroll through Cavill Mall to Australia's most famous stretch of beach. The resort adjoins the Centro shopping complex and offers convenient access to the shopping, restaurant, entertainment and nightlife for which Surfers Paradise is famous. All 404 guest rooms boast spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, the ever-changing Gold Coast skyline the picturesque Nerang River and surrounding hinterland or the resort's recreational level. The resort also offers a variety of suites options ranging from junior and spa suites to a grand three-level penthouse apartment.