Base Airlie Beach Resort

Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Area

Indicative Rate * AU$26 to AU$115

Base Airlie Beach Resort is rapidly gaining the reputation for their stylish rooms, friendly local crew and a fun social atmosphere all in one great location in Airlie Beach. Only 50 metres to the lagoon and the cafes, bars and shops are on the doorstep along with their own Down Under Bar and Grill you can pick yourself up their famous AUD10 Meal and Pint deal!

The hostel accommodation is set amongst six acres of tropical gardens with an outdoor swimming pool right in the heart of Airlie Beach. At Base Airlie Beach Resort you can have the luxuries of a resort at backpacker prices!

They have beds for all budgets, meet other travellers in their clean, comfortable multi-share rooms, all with ensuite and air-conditioning, or treat yourself to a private room with your own spa bath, fridge, air-conditioning, kitchenette and complimentary tea and coffee in the room.

Exclusive to Base is The Sanctuary (girls only dorms), with safety and home comforts including free Shampoo, Conditioner, Soap and Fluffy towel and hair dryers plus VIP entitlements in their Famous Down Under Bar, Airlie Beach (DUB).

Our Rooms

Private Rooms

Private Budget Ensuite. These rooms include queen bed, air conditioning, fresh linen, towels, room serviced daily, fresh linen, tea and coffee.

Private Queen Ensuite. These rooms include queen bed and bunk, fridge, air conditioning, fresh linen, corner bath, television, tea and coffee, fresh towel and linen.

Private King Ensuite. These rooms include king bed or twin singles, fridge, toaster, air conditioning, fresh linen, corner bath, television and DVD, tea and coffee, fresh towel and toiletries.

Shared Dorms

Four or six bed (ensuite) clean, comfortable ensuite room with essentials: air conditioning, fresh linen, power points, fantastic price, awesome location!

Female only room - clean, comfortable ensuite room for girls only: fridge, air conditioning, fresh linen, power points and get a Sanctuary Pack.

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