Isle of Palms Resort

Elanora, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$130 to AU$460

The Isle Of Palms Resort is ideally positioned on an island, tucked away in the tranquil cove of Pine Lake on the beautiful Gold Coast. They specialise in offering guests a variety of self-contained Townhouses within a secure complex and at an affordable price.

You can choose from one of their two and three bedroom Townhouses offering either Garden or Waterfront views. Alternatively check out one of the larger four bedroom Waterfront Townhouses. Why not spoil yourself and try the four bedroom Penthouse, which includes your own pool and private waterfront patio and garden setting. The split-level, fully self-contained townhouses include a fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities, open plan combined living and dining areas and private bedrooms to provide you with a comfortable home away from home, where you can relax and forget about the hassles of everyday life.

With the multi bedroom townhouses catering for up to nine people, the Isle of Palms is the perfect place for families, weddings, school groups, sporting teams or groups of friends wanting to be able to stay together under the one roof.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • 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.
2 Coolgardie Street
Elanora, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

The Penthouse offers premium accommodation. Featuring spacious open plan living areas, including bar, own private patio and swimming pool, four bedrooms upstairs, master with ensuite and spa bath. All this on the lakes edge, the perfect place to unwind and enjoy the beautiful Gold Coast weather.

Bedding consists of two queens and four singles, which accommodates a maximum of eight people.

2 or 3 Bedroom Garden Townhouse

Ideal for families with small children, the two and three bedroom Garden Townhouses are on two levels with a car space. The downstairs area consists of an open plan lounge, dining and kitchen that is fully equipped, as well as a laundry and second toilet. Upstairs are the bedrooms, bathroom and toilet.

Bedding consists of a Queen with the rest as singles, accommodating a maximum of four people in the two bedroom townhouse and six people in the three bedroom.

2 or 3 Bedroom Waterfront Townhouse

The two level, two and three bedroom Waterfront Townhouses are positioned on the lake edge, with the lounge opening onto a waterfront garden setting. The downstairs area consists of an open plan lounge, dining, fully equipped kitchen and laundry as well as a second toilet. Upstairs are the bedrooms, bathroom and toilet with a number of townhouses having an ensuite off the master bedroom.

The two bedroom waterfront apartment provides one queen size bed and two single beds and can accommodate a maximum of five guests.

The three bedroom waterfront apartment provides one queen size bed and four single beds and can accommodate a maximum of six guests.

4 Bedroom Waterfront Townhouse

Situated on the lake front with tranquil water views from most rooms. More spacious than the three bedroom, they provide indoor/outdoor flow and a waterfront, beach setting. The downstairs open plan living area consists of lounge, dining, fully equipped kitchen and laundry as well as a second toilet. Some include the fourth bedroom. Upstairs there is an ensuite master bedroom and further bedrooms, plus bathroom with toilet.

Bedding consists of one queen and a double with the remainder singles, which accommodates a maximum of eight guests.

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