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Honeymoon on the goldcoast


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Hello people

Im from the Western Australia forums and i am planning a Honeymoon on the gold coast in late March and was thinking you guys could recommend a nice hotel to stay in.I have had a look around on the net at hotels and sofar Jupiters casino or the Sheraton Mirage look real nice but i dont realy trust pic's on the net or in travel brochures so any info would be greaty appreciated.

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try pacific plaza.

its an apartment facing the beach and very close to the main shopping attractions. my gf loves waking up early and just hanging by the balcony, looking out into the sea and slipping her lemon ice tea...

i just watch tv....

glenn

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palazzo versace i got engaged there and we were lucky to get an upgrade to imperial suite(3500 a night) it is on the gold coast spit cant go wrong close to fishermans warf which is a great social are full of pubs and food all on the water.Check it out on palazzoversace.com.au

Honestly the best place on the coast undesputably.My other favourite is Suncity a really cool place has steam room,spa, sauna all the perks without the glamourous name and price tag of versace.My missus works for tourism queensland so if u got any other questions message me and i will hel you out.

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Legends is also another good resort. stayed there on the weekend in a junior suite, 21 floors up. Also only 2-3min walk to cavel ave where most of the nightlife is. Legends is good if you dont mind staying in a room that smells of smoke

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I'm a travel consultant. You can't fault the Sheraton, Palazzo is also very good, but can be a little overpriced. Jupiter's is quite good, but in a poor location. If you want any more info or a package quote, pm me :(

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try pacific plaza. its an apartment facing the beach and very close to the main shopping attractions. my gf loves waking up early and just hanging by the balcony, looking out into the sea and slipping her lemon ice tea...

lol, wasn't that one of the ones some kid fell off the balacony and died during schoolies this year?

Not that i've stayed in any around there - but i'd recommend somewhere away from Surfers at all. Depends what you want, but its pretty trashy at times and filled with lots of 16-20 year olds. Broadbeach and other places are much nicer and relaxed, and its only a short bus trip to surfers anyhow.

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I stayed at Crowne Plaza (used to be the Parkroyal) in broadbeach about a year ago. Was very nice (17th floor ocean view, huge bed, spa in room, balcony). Was very nice. Booked it on wotif.com - no worries....

depends what u are after too. if you want a quiter time, go for units further south at burleigh heads, kirra, coolangatta.

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Thanks for all the replies i had no idea there were so many hotels there the more i look into the gold coast the harder it is to choose a hotel. :headspin:

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