Pelican Sands Beach Resort

Tugun, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$220 to AU$400

This stunning absolute beachfront location at Tugun is just a three minute drive from the Coolangatta International airport. Just a short stroll from the many cafes, restaurants, grocery stores and more in the Tugun Village. Visit Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, or simply enjoy the magnificent white sandy beach only steps from your back door! Or hop on the bus and head up to the many theme parks only 45 minutes away!

Their spacious two bedroom apartments with ensuites, accommodate up to five people; one queen bed and two single beds plus a second bathroom. All have absolute beachfront views from your own large private balconies. Watch the whales go by when in season, or simply listen to the rolling surf.

They are fully self contained with kitchen and laundry facilities. Air conditioning in most apartments, ceiling fans, Foxtel television and wi-fi for a small fee.

They have two pools (one indoor, one large outdoor beachfront), spa, sauna, games room, gym and small library.

They're located halfway between Tugun and Bilinga Surf Lifesaving clubs with their patrolled beaches a mere 10 minute walk up or down the beach from Pelican Sands-enjoy a meal from their bistro with beachfront views at club prices.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
337 Golden Four Drive
Pelican Sands Beach Resort
Tugun, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Standard Ocean View Apartments

Spacious two bedroom (one queen, two single beds) with ensuite and second bathroom with full laundry facilities. Three private balconies to enjoy your full, unobstructed, beachfront views as well as hinterland views. Free foxtel, WiFi for a small surcharge. Fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities

Deluxe Apartment

Large living, dining area with main balcony direct over the beachfront! Two bedrooms, two bath apartment features one queen bedroom, ensuite and your own private balcony unobstructed, overlooking the beach Second bedroom also has private balcony with two single beds. Full laundry facilities in second bath. Free Foxtel, WiFi for a small fee.

Rooftop Apartment

Two bedroom fully renovated apartment with spectacular 270 degree views from Coolangatta to Surfers Paradise and onto Mt Warning. 1 x Queen bedroom with ensuite, second bedroom 2 x single beds. Included free Foxtel, DVD player, in room safe.

Penthouse

Two levels- two bedrooms (one king and two singles), 3 three bathrooms. Fully renovated and includes a private sauna/shower on the rooftop balcony, fully furnished deck area to enjoy the 360 views! Enjoy the six balconies, full kitchen, laundry facilities, free Foxtel, WiFi at small surcharge.

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