Mantra on View Hotel

Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$175 to AU$299

Located just 160 metres to the beach, with designer boutiques on the doorstep, and a great array of dining and nightlife spots at your fingertips, you really can’t go past Mantra on View for ideal Surfers Paradise accommodation.

With Twin or King Rooms available, choose from either a bedding configuration of two double beds or a king bed. All rooms feature private balconies to relax and take in the sights of the Gold Coast, air conditioning and tea and coffee making facilities, so your stay will be as comfortable as possible.

Mantra on View also boasts an amazing array of facilities; your stay will be one you’ll not soon forget. With a resort style swimming pool, children’s pool, gymnasium and tennis courts, keeping active will not be a problem at all. Indulge at the day spa and hair salon, before dining at Deja View restaurant.

The best part of all, you’re in the centre of the best the Gold Coast has to offer. Spend the say exploring Surfers Paradise and relaxing at the beach, venturing south down to the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary or north to the theme parks, everything is accessible from Mantra on View.

22 View Avenue
Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

City View Twin

The City View Twin is air-conditioned featuring a fantastic view from a private balcony, with an LCD television, Foxtel television, and high speed internet access.

City View King

Boasting views over Surfers Paradise, along with one king bed with an ensuite, balcony, tea and coffee making facilities and a small bar fridge.

Ocean View Twin

Take in the stunning ocean views of Surfers Paradise and enjoy your air-conditioned room with cable television, high speed internet access, direct dial telephone and air-conditioning.

Ocean View King

The Ocean King Suite features a private balcony with ocean views, individually controlled air-conditioning will keep you comfortable year round and the high speed internet access will ensure you keep up to date and stay in touch. Foxtel television is also included.

High Ocean View Twin

Boasting ocean views from a private balcony with air-conditioning, cable television, and high speed in-room internet.

High Ocean View King

The High Ocean View King includes air-conditioning, television with Foxtel, and high speed internet. Ocean views from a private balcony. Key card access and comfortable king size bed.

Ocean View Twin Suite

Ocean View Twin Suite features a balcony with ocean views, air-conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities and separate living area.

Ocean View King Suite

Ocean King Suite features individually controlled air-conditioning, high speed internet access and Foxtel television.

Ocean View Spa Suite

Relax in the spa or take in the fresh sea breezes from your balcony with ocean views. The room also includes Foxtel television for your entertainment.

Ocean River View Suite

Amazing view of the ocean and the river from a private balcony, along with excellent room features including air-conditioned, Foxtel television, and in-room high-speed internet access (fee applies).

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