Gladstone Central Plaza

Gladstone, Gladstone Area

Indicative Rate * AU$118 to AU$283

Gladstone Central Plaza is one of the premier accommodation experiences in the region. This elegant and modern apartment hotel is located in the heart of Gladstone Central Business District, opposite the Gladstone Entertainment and Convention Centre. An array of restaurants, eateries and shops are at the doorstep. It offers a resort style experience with a pool, heated spa, gym, ‘in-house’ cinema, and barbecue deck.

Gladstone Central Plaza caters for overnight, weekly or monthly stays and longer term corporate stays. All guests enjoy free: continental breakfast, WiFi, Foxtel and secure undercover parking.

Guests are offered a choice of spacious one, two and three bedroom luxury suites and penthouses. It enjoys sweeping harbour views. The famous Gladstone Yacht Club is nearby and is a perfect choice for a meal and a drink.

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Our Rooms

1 Bedroom Apartment

The one bedroom apartment is perfect for those looking to get away in style and luxury. Featuring a fully-equipped kitchen, separate lounge and dining area and queen-sized bedding, located right in the heart of the CBD, it’s the ideal choice for any situation.

All guests enjoy free: continental breakfast, WiFi, Foxtel and secure undercover parking.

2 Bedroom Apartment

The two bedroom apartment features a spacious open-plan living space complete with lounge, dining areas and a kitchen area to match. The bedrooms are fitted with a luxurious queen-sized bed, and two single beds, making it the perfect option for families.

All guests enjoy free: continental breakfast, WiFi, Foxtel and secure undercover parking.

3 Bedroom Apartment

Gladstone Central Plaza three bedroom apartment is a perfect choice for those looking to get away in style and luxury. Featuring a fully-equipped kitchen, separate lounge and dining area and balconies with views of the harbour and city. Located right at the heart of Gladstone Central Business Distrct, it’s the ideal choice for any situation. Fully equipped laundry facilities make it the perfect option for extended holiday stays.

All guests enjoy free: continental breakfast, WiFi, Foxtel and secure undercover parking.

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