Paradise Centre Apartments

Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$165 to AU$820

Paradise Centre Apartments are located in the very heart of Surfers Paradise, just above the Centro Shopping Centre. Enjoy stunning ocean views from the resort’s recreation deck on level six or stroll just across the road to the sand and surf of Surfers Paradise Beach.

If you’re travelling as a couple, a 1 Bedroom Apartment or Executive Apartment is the choice for you. For those in groups of four to six people, the 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments will see you perfectly accommodated. All guests will enjoy kitchens, laundry facilities, private balconies, wi-fi, Foxtel and air conditioning.

Paradise Centre boasts two outdoor pools, two children’s pools and two spas. There is a sauna, two tennis courts and a gym to make sure you stay in holiday shape. For an easy dinner the outdoor barbecue area is the perfect option.

With access to over 100 shops and restaurants in the Centro precinct alone, an afternoon of shopping or an evening of wining and dining couldn’t be easier. Head down to Broadbeach to try your luck at Jupiters Casino or enjoy the glittering Surfers Paradise nightlife.

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3 Hanlan Street
Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom Apartment

The One Bedroom Apartment offers self-catering facilities along with a private balcony with ocean views and fresh breezes. In the lounge you'll find Foxtel television, air-conditioning, iron and ironing board, and there is also a laundry with washing machine and dryer.

2 Bedroom Apartment

With a full kitchen, Foxtel television, and a large balcony, the Two Bedroom Apartments has everything you need. Soak in the ocean breezes and sea views, or retreat inside to make the most of air-conditioning along with other great facilities for your convenience including laundry facilities.

3 Bedroom Apartment

Paradise Centre provides spacious accommodation right in the heart of Surfers Paradise. The Three Bedroom Apartment offers a full kitchen and laundry facilities, with either one queen bed and four singles, or two queens and two singles.

1 Bedroom Executive Apartment

Refurbished with striking ocean views, the One Bedroom Executive Apartment is fully self-contained with a full kitchen and laundry. Take in the ocean breezes from your balcony or enjoy some light entertainment by watching a movie on Foxtel television.

2 Bedroom Executive Apartment

Refurbished with stunning ocean views, the Two Bedroom Executive Apartment is complete with a large kitchen, laundry facilities, separate living area with Foxtel television, spacious balcony and air-conditioning.

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