Surfers Paradise Accommodation
Sleep soundly a stone's throw from the beach
Surfers Paradise lives up to its moniker as one of Australia's most famous surf beaches. This bustling stretch of sand remains an eternally popular destination for a wide range of travellers, many of whom stay in high-rise apartments barely blocks from the main beach.
Some of Surfers Paradise's best known accommodation is located within close proximity to the beach, including the 5-star Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort and Spa and the Q1 Resort and Spa, which boasts a 77th-floor observation deck among its attractions.
Chance your arm at the casino
Though technically located in the neighbouring suburb of Broadbeach, the expansive Jupiters Hotel and Casino is nevertheless considered a mainstay of Surfers Paradise nightlife and entertainment, with this 592-room complex set back barely a block from the beach.
A multimillion dollar refurbishment means the casino is now one of the most popular places to stay near Surfers Paradise and with its plethora of gaming tables, slots machines and nightly theatrical performances, there's no shortage of excitement in this glittering palace of entertainment.
Settle in to self-contained luxury
Surfers Paradise has been a family favourite since its first high-rise buildings started to soar skywards in the 1950s, and self-contained apartments comprise the bulk of accommodation options in this densely-populated stretch of beach.
There are countless self-contained and serviced apartment options in Surfers Paradise, making extended family holidays a breeze. Self-contained apartments are an ideal way to enjoy high-quality accommodation without the added costs of 24-hour reception or room service facilities.