The Island Gold Coast

Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$159 to AU$299

Welcome to The Island, where paradise has been found.

Let them welcome you to their boutique hotel where you will experience the Gold Coast in style. Situated in the heart of Sufers Paradise, you will be surrounded by culture, attractions and beautiful beaches.

Formerly the Islander Resort, the property has underatken a major transformation as of late. Comprising of 98 newly refurbished boutique hotel rooms, culinary delights from their Rooftop Bar, and soon to open Corner Restaurant. Relax in the Gold Coast sunshine at the outdoor pool and tanning deck. If the ocean is your calling, they're 150 metres from beautiful Surfers Paradise beach.

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
3128 Surfers Paradise Boulevard
Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Deluxe King

Rooms feature a modern style with natural elements such as timber incorporated in the design. Rooms have partial ocean views over downtown Surfers Paradise. Rooms are spacious at 27m² with air conditioning and can accommodate up to 4 people. Each room has luxury linen and custom designed furniture. Rooms also feature a private balcony to take in the views, tea and coffee making facilities, mini bar, flatscreen television, and safe to store your precious belongings. Complimentary WiFi provided. Bedding configuration will be a King Bed.

Classic Twin

Rooms feature a modern style with natural elements such as timber incorporated in the design. Rooms have views over the Gold Coast Hinterland. Rooms are spacious at 27m² with air conditioning and can accommodate up to 4 people. Each room has luxury linen and custom designed furniture. Rooms also feature a private balcony to take in the views, tea and coffee making facilities, mini bar, flatscreen television, and safe to store your precious belongings. Complimentary WiFi provided. Bedding configuration will be 2 queen beds.

The Island King Suite

The new king suites feature a modern style with natural elements such as timber incorporated in the design. Rooms are spacious at 45m² with air conditioning and can accommodate up to four people. Each room has luxury linen and custom designed furniture. Rooms also feature a private balcony to take in the views, fully equipped kitchenette (features microwave, toaster, kettle, dishwasher, cups/plates/bowls, glasses and cutlery) , mini bar, flatscreen television, and safe to store your precious belongings. Complimentary WiFi provided. Bedding configuration will be a king bed and queen sofa bed. Views over downtown Surfers Paradise or the Hinterland.

Rooms feature a modern style with natural elements such as timber incorporated in the design. Rooms have views over downtown Surfers Paradise. Rooms are spacious at 27m² with air conditioning and can accommodate up to four people. Each room has luxury linen and custom designed furniture. Rooms also feature a private balcony to take in the views, tea and coffee making facilities, mini bar, flatscreen television, and safe to store your precious belongings. Complimentary WiFi provided. Bedding configuration will be 2 queen beds.

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