Ramada Hotel Hope Harbour

Hope Island, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$134 to AU$234

Ramada Hotel Hope Harbour is tucked away in the tranquil waterways of the northern Gold Coast.

It offers the perfect launch pad to explore and experience the region's endless list of attractions and things to do, including theme parks, world-famous beaches, stunning hinterland, acclaimed golf courses and sophisticated dining and entertainment precincts of Sanctuary Cove.

With its stunning waterfront setting, it is the ideal location for a romantic escape, an adventure-packed family getaway, or a relaxing weekend away and is the recipe for success when it comes to business meetings - your ideal retreat venue.

Ramada Hotel Hope Harbour offers a great range of activities to ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible: Laze by the pools and soak up Queensland's sunshine, take a stroll along the marina boardwalk and watch the sun set over the boats, or unwind and take in the abundant wildlife and picturesque marina or poolside views from your balcony. Whatever you choose to do, we know your time there will be memorable.

Internet Access

  • Broadband Internet Access

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Gymnasium
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Cycling
  • Swimming

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.
11 John Lund Drive
Hope Island, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Harbour King Spa Suit

Ramada Hope Harbour, offers you a Premium suite, perfect for special occasions or for you and your family requiring a little extra space during your stay.

Overlooking the magnificent Hope Harbour Marina, our Harbour King Spa Suite provides you with a comfy king sized bed, soothing spa bath and a spacious separate living area for you to relax and rejuvenate.

Deluxe King Marina Room

Ramada Hope Harbour, offers you a Deluxe King Marina Room, featuring a marina fronting private balcony, ideal for a romantic escape or a relaxing weekend away from the hustle and bustle of your daily lives.

Overlooking stunning views of the Hope Harbour Marina, our Deluxe King Marina Room, features a comfy king size bed and a luxurious, separate bath and shower. Kick back on your sofa bed and read your favourite book under the air-conditioning.

Marina View Queen Room

Ramada Hope Harbour, offers you a Marina View Queen Room, featuring striking marina views, perfect for a weekend escape.

Overlooking stunning views of the Hope Harbour Marina, their Queen Room, features a comfy queen sized bed and a luxurious, separate bath and shower. Kick back on your sofa bed and read your favourite book under the air-conditioning.

Marina View Twin Room

Ramada Hope Harbour, offers you a Marina View Twin Room, featuring a marina views, ideal for a small family looking for a holiday escape.

Overlooking stunning views of the Hope Harbour Marina, our Marina View Twin Room, features two comfortable queen sized beds and a luxurious, separate bath and shower.

Pool View Twin Room

Ramada Hope Harbour, offers you a Pool View Twin Room, perfect for a small family looking for a holiday getaway.

Overlooking the stunning resort pool, their Pool View Twin Room, features two comfortable queen sized beds and a luxurious, separate bath and shower.

Standard Twin Room

Ramada Hope Harbour, offers you a Standard Twin Room, which is comfortable and convenient for a weekend getaway.

Their Standard Twin Room features two comfortable queen sized beds and a luxurious, separate bath and shower. The luxury of air-conditioning and a private courtyard is included in the room and direct access to the swimming pool is also ideal.

Standard Queen Room

Ramada Hope Harbour, offers you a Standard Queen Room, which is comfortable and convenient for a weekend getaway.

Their Standard Queen Room features a comfortable queen sized bed and a luxurious sofa for you to kick back and read a book under the air-conditioning. The room has standard wheelchair access and its own courtyard.

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