One The Esplanade

Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$200 to AU$480

One The Esplanade Apartments is located right on the beach in Surfers Paradise. Simply walk out the private gate and onto the patrolled surf beach, no crossing the busy road. The generous sized one and two bedroom apartments all have north facing spacious balconies with clear glass, which gives you fantastic views of the ocean and Surfers Paradise Beach.

You have a choice of standard and deluxe apartments. All the apartments have been renovated with the deluxe apartments having undergone the most recent and extensive internal refurbishment and feature the latest furniture and fittings and all the apartments have air-conditioning.

They have a heated saltwater pool, barbecue facilities and complimentary undercover secure car parking, if required, and free wi-fi. All of your tours and activities can be arranged at reception either on arrival or anytime during your stay. This is a free booking service. Also, airport transfers can be arranged either by shuttle or a private service, both at very reasonable rates.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our Rooms

The one bedroom deluxe ocean view apartments are the most recently renovated and feature the latest in furnishings and fittings including air-conditioning, they have full kitchen facilities for those that may want to prepare a meal, a lounge/dining room, separate bedroom and bathroom and your own laundry facilities.

Fully self-contained one bedroom ocean view apartment with queen or king bed on request in a separate bedroom with ensuite. Each apartment has full cooking facilities, a lounge/dining room and all have their own laundry as well as reverse cycle air-conditioning, a spacious balcony with fantastic views of the ocean and Surfers Paradise Beach. A child under three years old using existing bedding is free of charge otherwise extra bed will be provided at an extra person charge. They provide secure undercover car parking if needed, their pool is heated and they have direct access onto a patrolled beach.

Fully self-contained two bedroom ocean view apartment with reverse cycle air-conditioning, the master bedroom has one queen bed and ensuite and two single beds in the second bedroom. The second bathroom has a washing machine and clothes dryer, the kitchen has full cooking facilities should you wish to prepare a snack or a full meal. The generous sized balcony runs the length of the lounge and dining area offering fantastic views of the ocean and Surfers Paradise Beach. They have a saltwater heated pool, secure undercover car parking and direct access to the patrolled beach. Each two bedroom apartment has bedding for four guests and an extra person can be accommodated on a rollaway bed at an extra person charge.

The two bedroom deluxe ocean view apartments have recently undergone, extensive renovations and feature the latest in furnishings and fittings. All apartments have fantastic uninterrupted views of the ocean and Surfers Paradise Beach. Each apartment has two bedrooms the master featuring either a king or queen bed and an ensuite, the second bedroom has two single beds and the second bathroom has a washing machine and clothes dryer. The kitchen has all the necessary equipment should you wish to prepare a snack or a full meal for your family. Each apartment has ceiling fans in the bedrooms, reverse cycle air-conditioning and cable television. They have secure undercover car parking, a saltwater heated pool and direct access to the patrolled beach.

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