Sand Dunes Resort

Marcoola, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$158 to AU$850

Located in the heart of the Sunshine Coast, Sand Dunes Resort Marcoola offers self-contained accommodation with direct beach access. This resort has a modern low level architectural style, features an award winning 75 metre lagoon pool/ heated pool and large spa with clusters of villas and apartments overlooking these pools.

Ground floor apartments are at pool level and all villas have direct access to the pool area. For those seeking that extra indulgence their Three Bedroom Beach House are definitely for you. Not only does this room type offer an abundance of space over three levels, it features everything you need for a completely relaxed and enjoyable stay including a rooftop spa. Unspoilt Marcoola Beach borders the resort with no roads to cross and only a two minute stroll to the beach.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
130 Mudjimba Esplanade
Marcoola, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

3 Bedroom  Poolside Villa

The practicality of these modern fully self-contained Villas are perfect for families or a get together of friends. They provide space and comfort across three levels featuring double vanities in the ensuite, remote control single garage, ground floor terrace with direct pool access, electric barbecue, outdoor entertaining area as well as a rooftop terrace to enjoy the sun. Sit back and relax with a glass of wine on your terrace while watching the children swim in the pool. The Three Bedroom Villa is available with two queen and two single beds or a queen and four single beds (subject to availability) and has all the standard features including air-conditioning, Foxtel, two televisions, DVD player, wireless internet access and two bathrooms with a separate toilet downstairs.

4 Bedroom Luxury Beach House

Providing 648 square metres of luxury this four bedroom beach house is perfect for a celebration, family get together or small corporate meeting. With a king, two queens and two single trundle beds this room type sleeps 10 people with a maximum occupancy of 11.

Experience the luxury of cooling off in your own private pool, relaxing in the rooftop jacuzzi while enjoying the view or enjoy a barbecue in your terraced garden outdoor entertaining area.

Featuring double garage, spacious kitchen, ensuite spa, double vanities in both bathrooms, separate toilet and shower downstairs, timber flooring, dining and lounge with large bi-fold doors welcoming the outdoor in, air-conditioning, Foxtel, DVD player, wireless internet, a plasma television in the living area, second television in the main bedroom.

3 Bedroom Luxury Beach House

For those seeking that extra indulgence their Three Bedroom Beach House is definitely for you. Not only does this room type offer an abundance of space over three levels it features everything you need for a completely relaxed and enjoyable stay. Featuring a private rooftop jacuzzi to enjoy the sunset, double garage, spacious kitchen, ensuite with spa and double vanities, timber flooring, dining and lounge with large doors opening onto a private terrace and garden area. This cleverly designed luxurious 360 square metre Beach House offers convenience with two bathrooms and a separate toilet downstairs, air-conditioning, Foxtel, DVD player, wireless internet and two televisions. This room type is available with one king, one queen and two single beds or one king and four single beds.

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