InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort

Sanctuary Cove, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$249 to AU$1899

InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort reflects the grand and graceful architecture of a Queensland estate, unlike any other venue. The resort is located a short distance away from the tourist mecca of the Gold Coast and is situated within easy access of both Brisbane and Gold Coast Airports.

Each of the 243 rooms rest behind plantation shutters, and displays polished parquetry floors, fully equipped, flat screen entertainment and high-speed internet access. Relax on deep shadowed verandahs perfect for soaking up the picture postcard views over the beach lagoon pool to the marina.

Guests can enjoy award-winning culinary delights or spend their free time indulging in a day spa treatment or strolling through The Marine Village. If fitness is what you are after master your swing at either of the two internationally-renowned championship golf courses -The Pines and The Palms, or work out at the Country Club. Have fun at the theme parks for a day or experience the richness in nature with the hinterland only minutes away.

For further information please visit their web site.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Broadband Internet Access

Facilities

  • Automatic Teller Machine
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Day Spa
  • Foreign Currency Exchange
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Sauna
  • 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.
Manor Circle
Sanctuary Cove, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Club Queenslander Suite

With views across the garden, golf, marina and lagoon these spaciously appointed Club Queenslander Suites feature separate dining area, bathroom with a deep bathtub and separate shower, polished wooden parquetry floors and sliding shutters that open onto a furnished balcony. Queenslander Suites also interconnect with twin rooms and offer access to Club InterContinental

Club InterContinental Lounge is located within The Great House offering magnificent views overlooking the resort and includes: Gourmet breakfast daily, all day light refreshments, afternoon tea, twilight drinks and canapes and more offerings.

Please note for twilight evening drinks and canapés this is only on offer for guests 18 years and over.

Homestead Suite

With views across the garden and rolling golf greens these classic 67 square metre suites offer a little more space and can be interconnecting with king or twin rooms. Separate dining and living space are perfect for families and feature two furnished balconies.

The Federation Suite

The Federation Suite offers 178 square metres of separate living, dining and bedroom space unique with butler pantry, guest powder room and sauna along with three separate balconies all overlooking the stunning marina. Featuring four-post bed, walk-in robe and an open fire place.

The Manor Suite

With commanding panoramic views of the resort, this 231 square metre Suite features four-post king bed spa, sauna, formal living area with baby grand piano and fireplace along with entertainment and dining to seat 10, bar, kitchenette and powder room.

Garden View Room

Enjoy lush garden or manicured golf course views offering gracious decor reflecting a classic homestead style 37 square metre room, with inviting solid timber sleigh-beds adorned with crisp white linen. All spaciously appointed garden view rooms feature a bathroom with a deep bathtub and separate shower, polished wooden parquetry floors and sliding shutters that open onto a furnished balcony.

Lagoon View Room

From the furnished balcony take in luxurious water views from the beautiful beach lagoon pool to the Coomera River. Gracious décor reflecting a classic homestead style 37square metre room, inviting solid timber sleigh-beds adorned with crisp white linen are spacious and feature a bathroom with a deep bathtub and separate shower, polished wooden parquetry floors and sliding shutters.

Queenslander Suite

With views across the garden, golf, marina and lagoon these spaciously appointed 66 square metre Queenslander Suites feature separate dining area, bathroom with a deep bathtub and separate shower, polished wooden parquetry floors and sliding shutters that open onto a furnished balcony. Queenslander Suites also interconnect with twin rooms.

Club Marina View

For the ultimate resort experience, enjoy Club InterContinental Marina Rooms with marina views offering gracious decor reflecting a classic homestead style 39 square metre room, including plantation shutters opening onto a furnished private balcony with Inviting solid timber sleigh-beds adorned with crisp white linen. All spaciously appointed Club InterContinental rooms feature a bathroom with a deep bathtub and separate shower with polished wooden parquetry floors along with access to Club InterContinental.

Club InterContinental Lounge is located within The Great House offering magnificent views overlooking the resort and includes: Gourmet breakfast daily, all day light refreshments, afternoon tea, twilight evening drinks and canapés

Please note for twilight evening drinks and canapés this is only on offer for guests 18 years and over.

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