Monaco Resort

Caloundra, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$189 to AU$499

Escape to Caloundra's latest luxury resort, superbly positioned within the newly renovated Boardwalk precinct and over looking the stunning waterways of Pumicestone Passage, Bribie Island, Moreton Island Marine Park and Pacific Ocean.

Monaco offers an exquisite array of one, two and three bedroom suites, beautifully decorated and detailed to enhance the already magical surroundings. Every apartment is spacious in size and designed with the intention of maximising the incredible views from the living areas and main bedroom.

Boasting an impressive collection of leisure facilities including: outdoor pool, spa and children's wading pool, sauna hut, gymnasium, entertainment room and spacious barbecue area as well as complimentary undercover secure car parking.

For convenience Monaco also offers direct access to Bulcock Street which is the main shopping hub for Caloundra with hours of retail therapy and pampering for all.

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
12 Otranto Avenue
Caloundra, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom Apartment

These luxurious apartments are often referred to as suites due to the generous 59 square metre size and the perfect panoramic views and facilities they offer. It is easy to get lost in the magic of your getaway when you are treated like luxury in one of these rooms.

The bedrooms are positioned adjoining the balcony so you can enjoy the views from first thing in the morning. Enjoy private air conditioning, queen size bed and LCD television in the living area and bedroom.

2 Bedroom Apartment

These stylish apartments offer absolutely stunning water views over Caloundra's waterways which can be enjoyed as soon as you walk into the front door of your apartment. These spacious apartments are 83 to 92 square metres in size and are very comfortable for families or groups alike.

Boasting controlled air conditioning throughout the apartment with the main bedroom offering private ensuite, LCD television and queen size bed your comfort is assured. The second bedroom offers two single beds along with their own private bathroom.

3 Bedroom Apartment

The beautiful three bedroom, two bathroom apartments offer spectacular views of the Pumicestone Passage and Bribie Island. They are located on the southern side of the building and receive the afternoon sun as well as capturing the amazing sunset over the Glasshouse Mountains.

These large comfortable apartments are 108 square metres in size and offer two balconies. The main bedroom has 1 queen bed, the second bedroom has 2 single beds and the third bedroom is able to be converted to either 1 king or 2 single beds, providing an arrangement that can suit families and groups.

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