Rosslyn Bay Resort and Spa

Rosslyn, Livingstone Area

Indicative Rate * AU$135 to AU$230

Rosslyn Bay Resort is your complete holiday and function destination. Situated on the shores of Kemp Beach, they offer unprecedented access to Great Keppel Island and the realms of the Southern Great Barrier Reef through Keppel Bay Marina.

The resort encompasses corporate and wedding catering facilities as well as the world-class Beaches Bistro, with trendy decor, a front deck with stunning beach views, an additional rooftop deck, and amazing food and cold beer on tap.

The onsite Rosslyn Bay Wellness spa offers guests the chance to kick back and indulge from head to toe, offering massage therapy, facials, hair and body treatments. So everything you need to enjoy the best of the Capricorn Coast is right here in the harbour; whatever the reason for your stay.

With 12 luxury Spa Bungalow units, new management, ongoing renovations and two highly talented chefs at the world-class Beaches restaurant, Rosslyn Bay Resort is changing, and they would love to see you there soon.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Vin E Jones Memorial Drive
32 - 48
Rosslyn, Livingstone Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Standard Two Bedroom Apartments

TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS offer space plus the privacy and tranquillity of being in a separate building at the front of the property. All of the apartments boast fabulous sea views and are fully self-contained. There is a spacious living room with comfy lounges, opening up to a covered balcony overlooking the beach. With Foxtel channels and room to spread out, the two bedroom apartments are a perfect family get-away.

Premium Two Bedroom Apartment

PREMIUM TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS have the space, privacy and tranquillity of being in a separate building. Both top floor apartments boast spectacular sea views and are fully self-contained and have been fully renovated for comfort an luxury. There is a spacious living room with comfy lounges, opening up to a beautiful balcony overlooking the beach. Complete with Foxtel channels, these apartments provide the perfect family get-away.

One Bedroom Private Spa Bungalow

ONE BEDROOM SPA BUNGALOWS are luxurious, modern and roomy and perfect for an indulgent couples get-away. Providing a high level of finish, quality appliances, a full kitchen and a beautiful bathroom with spa bath. Take time out to truly relax in the comfy lounge room opening up to a private deck.

Family Spa Bungalows

FAMILY SPA BUNGALOWS have fresh, modern furnishings, quality appliances, full kitchen, laundry, comfy living room, spacious bathroom with indulgent spa bath and private garden terrace. Family spa bungalows comfortably sleep 4 with a queen bed in the main bedroom and a separate sleeping cove with two singles. Some have an option for a 5th person on a trundle or sofa.

Premium  Studio

Our recently renovated PREMIUM STUDIOS are generously sized with modern decor, a kitchenette and fresh contemporary bathrooms. Choose a room with beautiful ocean views or a shared garden terrace opening up next to the pool area and easy access to our award winning onsite restaurant.

1 Bedroom Suite

Our PREMIUM ONE BEDROOM SUITES offer a generously sized living room with modern decor, sea views, a kitchenette and contemporary bathroom. Benefit from the privacy of a separate main bedroom and the added versatility of added bedding options in the living area.

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