Mantra Coolangatta Beach

Coolangatta, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$165 to AU$560

Located on the Queensland-New South Wales border, Mantra Coolangatta Beach offers the perfect destination to enjoy the laid-back coastal lifestyle. Overlooking renowned surfing beaches, this is the place to go for a summer getaway.

With the combination of ocean views, a private balcony, a fully equipped kitchen and spacious living area in the apartments, you will enjoy a truly relaxing holiday. Depending on the size of your group, choose between a Studio, One, Two and Three Bedroom Apartment. Everyone will have the space to spread out and unwind.

With a heated outdoor pool, spa and sauna, tennis court and an excise room, you can be nice and active during your stay at Mantra Coolangatta Beach. If you feel like staying in for a night why not cook up dinner at the outdoor barbeque area, even the fussiest of eaters love a barbecue.

Spend the day at the beach just across the road, explore the dining scene or perhaps enjoy a day trip down to Byron. From the family theme parks and attractions of the Gold Coast, to the natural beauty and quaint towns or Northern NSW and the Tweed Valley, Mantra Coolangatta offers the best of both worlds.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
88 Marine Parade
Coolangatta, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Studio Apartment

The Studio Room features views over the courtyard and tennis court and is complete with a full kitchen, laundry facilities, along with a shower over the bath and queen bed.

1 Bedroom Apartment

Boasting floor to ceiling glass doors, with beach views and a full kitchen, the One Bedroom Apartment has everything you need. Other facilities include tea and coffee making facilities, laundry facilities, iron and ironing board and DVD player.

2 Bedroom Apartment

Available with one queen, two singles, and one sofa bed. Features full kitchen facilities, laundry facilities and a bathtub. All apartments feature air-conditioning and balconies.

3 Bedroom Apartment

The Three Bedroom Apartment available with one queen bed, four single beds and one sofa bed. Features full kitchen and laundry facilities with many other features. All apartments feature air-conditioning and balconies.

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