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Royal Woods Resort

Ashmore, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$169 to AU$599

Royal Woods Resort, based in Ashmore on Queensland's beautiful Gold Coast (Australia) is a world-class resort featuring unique natural tropical surroundings, exquisite rooms and breath-taking views.

The Gold Coast's only all villa suite resort, offers a range of one and two-bedroom suites or three-bedroom freestanding villas servicing the need for short, medium and long term stays. They provide the option of fully furnished luxury villas for daily, weekly, monthly and longer term rentals. Whether staying overnight or seeking longer term accommodation for the whole family, Royal Woods Resort provides the freedom and comfort of a home-away-from-home.

From the 900 square feet one-bedroom suites to the 2100 square feet three-bedroom, three-bathroom (including spa) home-away-from-home, all were designed with luxury in mind. Set around a circular drive with an average 20 feet between villas, Royal Woods Resort provides abundant privacy and peace.

Royal Woods Resort is ideal for the ultimate self drive family holidays.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband Internet Access

Facilities

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

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
16 Mulyan Place
Ashmore, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom Suite

The spacious and comfortable one Bedroom Suites are fully self contained and feature a one person spa bath (in most rooms), comfortable living room, dining area and kitchenette. Complimentary secure parking for one car and laundry facilities. The one bedroom suites are suitable for singles, couples or family of three, with sofa bed.

2 Bedroom Suite

The spacious and comfortable Two Bedroom Suites are fully self contained and feature a spa bath (in most rooms, not all), one bathroom for each room, comfortable living room and dining area, and a complete kitchen with dishwasher. Complimentary secure parking for one car, laundry facilities.

Two bedroom suites are the best choice for small families or group of friends. Maximum occupancy is five pax with sofa bed.

3 Bedroom Villa

The Three Bedroom Villas are the best choice for larger families or groups of friends. They feature two queen rooms, one or two with ensuite spa bath, a third bedroom with two single beds and third bathroom, two living rooms, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and extra kitchenette. These suites comfortably accommodate six people but have room for another two people on a sofa beds if requested (additional charges apply).

Three Bedroom Villas also contain their own double remote garage, private garden, and laundry facilities for complimentary use.

Corner Spa Suite

Pamper that special someone in a spacious corner spa suite. The ultimate romantic weekend getaway you've been looking for. Facilities include outdoor pool with waterfall, indoor heated pool, two outdoor heated spa, juke box and pool table. The Corner Spa suites are suitable for couples.

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