Hotels in Gold Coast, Queensland
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- Surfers Paradise Beach
- Cavill Avenue
- Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
- Lamington National Park
- Jupiters Casino
- SkyPoint Observation Deck
- Sea World
- Warner Bros. Movie World
- Wet'n'Wild Water World
- Gold Coast University Hospital
- Sanctuary Cove
- Australian Outback Spectacular
- Arts Centre Gold Coast
- Pacific Fair Shopping Centre
- Burleigh Beach
- Gold Coast Aquatic Centre
- Robina Town Centre
- Gold Coast Hospital
- Infinity Gold Coast
Best hotels in Gold Coast
Queensland's Gold Coast has long been a high-profile holiday destination for locals and overseas tourists, and Surfer's Paradise is where all the action is. There are plenty of Gold Coast hotels around this leisure hotspot, and elsewhere around Queensland's second most populous city, to suit all budgets, including some major international hotel chains. Booking Gold Coast accommodation with Hotels.com is easy, because of the many real guest reviews, ratings and authentic photos of the properties offered by the reputable hotel booking website. You can browse through a map marking the exact locations of all the hotels, and identify the one that is best suited for your travel plans. Hotels.com also offers useful practical information such as WiFi availability, parking, restaurants at the hotel and other such information. You can make informed choices, filter options based on a number of criteria, and find the perfect hotel easily.
What is Gold Coast Like?
Gold Coast is truly a surfer's paradise, but it also has a host of other attractions, including its energetic nightlife, designer boutiques to shop at, international theme parks, lush green hinterlands like the Gondwanan rainforest, and the Coolangatta Ocean Swim contest to get your adrenaline rushing. The 300 days of sunshine helps to make a fun holiday whenever you go. Whether you enjoy diving, swimming, snorkeling or surfing, or are looking for a spa retreat or national park hike, there is something for you here. An explorations of the mountainous Woonoongoora is a must and also learning a little about the ancient stories and customs of the indigenous Yugambeh people. Finding a centrally located place to stay in this Gold Coast south of Brisbane is easy.
Fitting in while in Gold Coast
If you are outdoorsy, you will blend in very easily at the Gold Coast. Beach volleyball is a great favorite with visitors on Surfer's Paradise, so it helps to fit in if you play. Join the locals and tourists in their regular revelry, as well as at occasions like the music festival Big Day Out (held in January) or the Gold Coast 600 race carnival held with Australian V8 supercars. Go prepared to prevent sunburns, with wide-brimmed hats and sunscreen. Also, don't make the mistake of taking Surfer's Paradise as a tourist trap. Many of the high-rises near the beach are residential, and a number of locals commute to Brisbane, 94 kilometers away, for work. Tourism is not the only industry of the city. When surfing, no matter how adventurous you are, be sure to follow beach and surf safety rules. Book your Gold Coast hotels with Hotels.com and plan your sunny holiday.
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