Oceana On Broadbeach

Broadbeach, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$225 to AU$910

Beachfront, Oceana is situated on one of the Gold Coast's most famous strips of pristine sand and ocean. Taking in the ocean views, relaxing sound of the surf gives the Guests the best of both worlds. Located in the trendy Broadbeach area, and only a few minutes’ walk to exquisite restaurants, and open air coffee houses offering a variety of cuisine. Nearby is Gold Coast's biggest shopping centre, Pacific Fair. Jupiters Casino and the Convention/Exhibition Centre is just a short walk away.

Conveniently located, Oceana on Broadbeach is 30 minutes drive to Coolangatta airport and 55 minutes to Brisbane airport. Easy access to all theme parks, the hinterland and a golfer's paradise with numerous golf courses nearby. Appointed to the highest standard the apartments are large, spacious and luxurious, large balconies and glass sliding doors. Apartments are fully self-contained, master bedroom with en suite, and walk in robes. Full kitchen with microwave, dishwasher and separate laundry with washing machine/dryer, reverse cycle air-conditioning.

Surrounded by lush tropical garden and lagoon, the facilities include a lap pool, heated pool, spa, sauna, gym and barbecue area. The beach gate is just 50 metres from the sand. Secure underground parking, tour desk, digital Foxtel.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Cycling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
100 Old Burleigh Road
Broadbeach, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Large luxurious absolute beach front property with one bedroom and one bathroom. King/queen bed en suite, walk-in robe. Apartment is fully self-contained. Reverse cycle air-conditioning, Foxtel, CD/DVD player. Glass sliding door with large balconies and secure underground car parking

Large luxurious absolute beach front property. Two bedrooms two bathrooms. king/queen bed en suite, walk-in robe. Apartment is fully self-contained. Air-conditioning, Foxtel, CD/DVD player. Glass sliding door with large balconies and secure complimentary underground car parking.

Three bedroom sub-penthouse style apartment with two and a half bathrooms and large living/dining area, plus family room. Spectacular views and large glass sliding doors with large balconies. There is a king bed in the master bedroom en suite, minimum queen in the second bedroom and zip king in the third bedroom. Complimentary secured underground car parking and rate quoted is for six people.

All bedrooms have en suites, plus guest powder room. There is a large living area, plus casual living and dining and separate formal dining. The balcony off every room offers a spectacular view from every room. Bedding consists of a king in the master bedroom en suite, zip king in the second en suite and zip king in the third en suite. Rate quoted is for six people, and there is complimentary secure underground car parking.

Large and spacious four bedroom, three bathroom beachfront sub-penthouse, with two en suites and master bedroom with spa bath. Large living area, full kitchen with dishwasher and laundry with washing machine and dryer, digital Foxtel, CD/DVD Player, LCD Plasma television and balcony off every room. The Sub-Penthouse is a nice sunny apartment with glorious views of the ocean. Tariff quoted is for eight guests.

All bedrooms have en suites, plus guest powder room. There is a large living area, plus casual living and dining and separate formal dining. The balcony off every room offers a spectacular view from every room. Bedding consists of a king in the master bedroom en suite, queen in the second en suite and two single beds in the third en suite. Rate quoted is for six people, and there is complimentary secure underground car parking. Very large back balcony.

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