Lagoons 1770 Resort and Spa

Agnes Water, Gladstone Area

Indicative Rate * AU$179 to AU$604

Lagoons 1770 Resort and Spa is a resort located in the southern Great Barrier Reef destination, Town of Seventeen Seventy. Featuring 112 exquisitely furnished Executive Studio Rooms, One Bedroom Apartments and Two Bedroom dual key apartments, Lagoons 1770 Resort and Spa is a complete full service resort experience with a comfortable, quiet and relaxing atmosphere.

Soak up and rejuvenate at Lagoons 1770 Resort and Spa!

Relax and unwind with Anjea Day Spa's signature luxurious treatments. Guests can choose from their selection of massage, facial, Vichy and specialty treatments. Using the highest quality products, let their experienced staff pamper you to escape the stresses of daily life and restore your natural energy. Couples packages are also available.

Lagoons 1770 Resort and Spa's conferencing facilities and function areas are the perfect venue for wedding receptions, business meetings, destination conferences and parties. Enquire about their wedding and conferencing packages directly.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Day Spa
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Lagoons 1770 Resort & Spa
1 Beaches Village Circuit
Agnes Water, Gladstone Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Executive Studio Room

The Executive Studio rooms have a King Size bed that can be split upon request. All rooms have a range of fabulous amenities and a functional kitchenette and laundry with outside dining settings and spa bath, all well appointed to make your stay feel like a home away from home.

With a balcony attached, Spa Bath and views over their beautiful gardens, you'll be well equipped to soak up the resort lifestyle.

Note: Swim Out room configurations do not have Spa Baths.

All strictly non-smoking.

One Bedroom Suite

The One Bedroom Suites feature a King Size bed with a fold out sofa bed. All rooms have a range of fabulous amenities and a functional kitchenette and laundry. Inside and outside dining settings including a spacious lounge room, all appointed to make your stay feel like a home away from home.

With a balcony attached, Spa Bath and views over the beautiful gardens, you'll be well equipped to soak up the resort lifestyle.

The room can sleep up to three guests and they can accommodate up to one infant as cots are available on request. Interconnecting rooms are available for those looking for a fun filled or relaxed family holiday.

Note: Swim Out room configurations do not have Spa Baths.

Strictly Non-Smoking.

Two Bedroom Suite

The Two Bedroom Suites feature two King Size beds with a fold out sofa bed. Both rooms have a range of fabulous amenities and functional kitchenettes and laundries. Inside and outside dining settings including a spacious lounge room, all appointed to make your stay feel like a home away from home.

With balconies attached, separate spa baths and views over their beautiful gardens, you'll be well equipped to soak up the resort lifestyle.

The room can sleep up to six guests and they can accommodate up to two infants as cots are available on request.

Note: Swim Out room configurations do not have Spa Baths.

All Strictly Non-Smoking.

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