The Ville Resort Casino

Townsville, Townsville Area

Indicative Rate * AU$110 to AU$595

The Ville Resort - Casino is superbly located on the breakwater boasting a variety of accommodation rooms overlooking either Magnetic Island and the Coral Sea or Marina and city.

Enjoy some of the best dining options Townsville has to offer at The Ville's restaurants. The property features bars, 24 hour reception, room service, conferencing facilities and 300 car parks as well as concierge services. For the entertainment enthusiasts The Ville is the place to be with live entertainment and Townsville's only casino.

They are entering the final exciting stages of their 40 million dollar redevelopment and, as such, you may experience some construction noise or closure of some facilities. Please note that currently the hotel pool and rear lawns are closed. The stunning results of these upgrades will include an infinity-edge pool with swim-up bar and private cabanas, new functions and events areas, new restaurants and bars and all with extensive decking and views to Magnetic Island. Plus Townsville’s iconic Quarterdeck Restaurant and Bar is returning.

They apologise for any inconvenience during these exciting times and appreciate your understanding as they work to create a luxurious new resort experience for you to enjoy.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Sir Leslie Thiess Drive
Townsville, Townsville Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Executive Hotel Room

Located on the top three floors of the hotel are the exquisitely furnished Executive Rooms. They are modern and fresh in design and offer the traveller that extra special level of comfort. Enjoy the generous working space with oversized desk, high-speed internet and large plasma televisions plus all the extra features you would want.

The bathrooms are a vision of glass and marble with a complete wet zone featuring marble and glass and sea-views from the comfort of the bath.

Executive bedrooms are spacious with room for either King sized or Twin Double bedding with the blue on blue decor reflecting the beauty of the Coral Sea with either expansive views of either Magnetic Island or the colour lights of marina and city.

Executive Suite

Located on the top three levels of the hotel, the exquisitely furnished Executive Suites are the ultimate escape for the travelling corporate to those wanting a relaxing getaway with spectacular views.

Modern and sleek, the rooms provide generous working space with oversized desks with the bedroom overlooking the ocean and Magnetic Island and the lounge and balcony area overlooking the magnificent marina.

The bathrooms are a vision of glass and marble with standout feature of the glass partition separating the bathroom from the bedroom. The luxury continues with bath robes, executive pillow menu and complimentary bottled water and newspapers daily.

Executive suites are spacious with a King bed with the blue on blue decor reflecting the beauty of the Coral Sea.

Deluxe Hotel Room

Located on floors 10, 11 and 12 are the beautifully appointed recently refurbished Deluxe Rooms. The nature-inspired colour schemes of teal, browns and burnt oranges reflects the atmosphere of the tropics while the pale furnishings compliment the city's sandy beaches.

All Deluxe rooms boast an oversized desk space for the business traveller with high speed internet access, a 32 inch plasma screen television neatly fitted into a sleek wall design as well as minibar and tea and coffee making facilities.

Ensuring a sound sleep, Deluxe rooms have a bedding configuration of either a King bed or two comfortable double beds, depending on your needs.

Resort Hotel Room

Recently refurbished in April 2016, the new Resort Rooms on the middle floors are inspired by the traditional Queenslander combined with the spirit of the tropics. Here guests will experience contemporary functionality in a stylish environment. A simple palette of finishes has been selected to provide an inviting and calming space along with modern bathrooms and a generous, walk-in shower with glass screen and door. Enjoy ocean views over the Coral Sea and to Magnetic Island or look to the marina, nestled in front of Townsville’s most iconic feature, Castle Hill. Depending on your needs, the Resort Rooms have a bedding configuration of either a King bed or two Double beds.

Their contemporary Deluxe Suites offer guests a sense of luxury. The spacious 64 square metre suites offer ocean views from the king bedroom and a private balcony from the living area on the marina side of the property.

The nature-inspired colour schemes of teal, browns and burnt oranges reflect the atmosphere of the tropics while the pale furnishings compliment the city’s sandy beaches. For your additional comfort, all of their suites have complimentary use of bath robes, complimentary bottled water, executive pillow menu and a complimentary newspaper of your choice.

Resort Suite

Impressive in their design and both spacious and practical in their layout, the Resort Suites are as suited to the holidaymaker as they are the corporate traveller.

With a lounge room, separate bedroom, choose from a King Bed OR two Double Beds, walk-in shower, indulgent spa bath and private balcony to take in the view, the suites offer total comfort for a single-night, or an extended stay.

The Resort Suites’ retro-cool furnishings are a nod to mid-century Californian hotels, modernised with a palette of crisp white, calming grey and luxurious emerald green.

The design brings together the comfort of a traditional Queenslander home through timber paneled walls and bedhead with the energy of the tropics through the striking leaf-print carpet, green velvet cushions and the incredible Townsville City and marina, Coral Sea and Magnetic Island views.

2 Bedroom Apartment

Perfect for a family or travelling companions, their self-contained Two-Bedroom Apartment not only offers an abundance of space under the roof but also features a private balcony.

The room comes complete with a kitchenette featuring a microwave, personal bar area, refrigerator and Espresso coffee machine.

For your additional comfort, the Two-Bedroom Apartment offers complimentary use of bath robes, complimentary bottled water, executive pillow menu and a complimentary newspaper of your choice.

Presidential Suite

The Presidential Suite is situated on the top floor of The Ville Resort-Casino set over 100 square metres featuring sweeping ocean views. The suite comprises of a separate sleeping area with a private balcony overlooking the marina and central business district whilst the living area with spacious lounge and dining area, overlooks the Coral Sea and Magnetic Island. The lounge area includes a bar service area and separate powder room. The suite’s two flat-screen TVs have pay-per-view movies, full Foxtel channels along with complimentary Wi-Fi. The bedroom with a king-sized bed moves through to the recently refurbished bathroom with a generous spa bath and separate walk-in shower overlooking the Strand and Castle Hill.

For your additional comfort, the Presidential Suite offers complimentary use of bath robes, complimentary bottled water, executive pillow menu and a complimentary newspaper of your choice.

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