Caribbean Resort

Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$165 to AU$385

Caribbean Resort Mooloolaba is in an ideal location to explore the best of the Sunshine Coast, centrally positioned within the iconic Mooloolaba beach precinct, an hour's drive north of Brisbane.

The spacious apartments have private sunny balconies, in-room spas with separate shower, full kitchen, laundry, movie/sports channels and air-conditioning. The rooftop apartments also have a private rooftop deck with Jacuzzi and barbecue.

Resort facilities include a heated 25 metre lap pool, a one-of-a-kind rock spa and waterfall, shaded kids wading pool, additional rooftop spa and barbecue area for all guests, games room, gym, steam room, on-site family restaurant, free secure parking plus more.

From the resort, you'll find yourself within easy walking distance to 50 plus restaurants, cafes and bars as well as endless shopping and beauty salons. The patrolled beach is 100 metres away which offers protected swimming between the flags. Enjoy a river cruise, go deep-sea fishing, sailing, scuba dive the HMAS or see the marine life at Sea Life aquarium. If you prefer to keep your feet dry, they've got walking tracks, parks, playgrounds or bike hire all on their doorstep.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
17 Brisbane Road
Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

2 Bedroom Deluxe Apartment

Two bedroom air-conditioned deluxe apartment which are fully self-contained.

Featuring large terrace with private Jacuzzi for four people. Queen bed, two single beds, full kitchen, ensuite, main bathroom with bath and separate shower, laundry, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, LCD television in living room and in bedroom, DVD player, Foxtel cable television with sports, movie and kids channels. Rollaway beds can be hired.

1 Bedroom Apartment

One bedroom air-conditioned apartments which are fully self-contained.

Featuring queen bed, full kitchen, two-way bathroom with spa bath and separate shower, laundry, combined living / dining room, sunny balcony, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, LCD television in living room and in bedroom, DVD player, Foxtel cable television with sports, movie and kids channels. Rollaway beds can be hired.

2 Bedroom Apartment

Two bedroom air-conditioned apartments which are fully self-contained.

Featuring queen bed, two single beds, full kitchen, two-way bathroom with spa bath and separate shower, laundry, combined living / dining room, sunny balcony, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, LCD television in living room and in bedroom, DVD player, Foxtel cable television with sports, movie and kids channels. Rollaway beds can be hired.

2 Bedroom Rooftop Apartment

Two bedroom air-conditioned apartments which are fully self-contained.

Featuring private rooftop area with outdoor Jacuzzi for four people and barbecue. Queen bed, two single beds, full kitchen, two-way bathroom with spa bath and separate shower, laundry, combined living / dining room, sunny balcony, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, LCD television in living room and in bedroom, DVD player, Foxtel cable television with sports, movie and kids channels. Rollaway beds can be hired.

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