Alexandra Apartments

Bundaberg West, Bundaberg Area

Indicative Rate * AU$175 to AU$230

Alexandra Apartments is luxury accommodation in Bundaberg with all the comforts and facilities of home. With a fully equipped kitchen and laundry, quality decor, landscaped courtyards and private garages to most units, Alexandra Apartments prides itself on its presentation, amenities and service.

All units at Alexandra Apartments are fitted with quality appliances and unique decor from Vast Interior. With landscaped entertaining areas for the kids, off street parking for larger vehicles and the convenience of their central location, Alexandra Apartments is ideally suited for larger families and groups.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
124 Dr Mays Road
Bundaberg West, Bundaberg Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

2 Bedroom Apartments

At a spacious 112 square metres per unit, you will have plenty of room to relax and enjoy your stay in their modern, open plan units. Each unit has two bedrooms, one bathroom and downstairs toilet, full kitchen and laundry and a landscaped courtyard. Rollaway beds and portacots can be arranged for extra guests.

Bedding configuration consists of one queen and one double or one queen and two singles.

3 Bedroom Apartment

With an enormous 126 square metres of space, you and your travelling companions will be right at home in these luxury units with courtyards. Each unit has one bathroom with a corner bathtub and downstairs toilet, feature decor and full facilities. Rollaway beds are also available for extra guests.

Bedding configuration consists of one queen, one double and two singles. Sleeps a maximum of six adults.

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