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Chancellor Resort Hope Harbour, Gold Coast

Chancellor Resort Hope Harbour is a low-lying boutique resort, built alongside a tranquil deepwater marina. There are 91 superbly appointed rooms with individually controlled air-conditioning/heating and in-room movies. A private balcony or courtyard, overlooking the marina and/or one of the swimming pools, complements the spacious living interior.

For the more active guests they provide tennis courts and fitness room with sauna. You can take a run or romantic stroll along the scenic boardwalk or enjoy the Broadwater views.

The Pier Restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner. Cafe Style menu is served from the Marlin Bar mid-morning to late evening. Room service is available.

Quaint terracotta balconies line the marina, resulting in a resort that reflects all the romance, charm and ambience of a Mediterranean fishing village with four star facilities and guest services, ensuring your every need is attended to.

Set discretely away from the hustle and bustle of Surfers Paradise, nestled amongst some of Australia’s leading resort golf courses and resting alongside a beautiful deepwater marina, Hope Harbour offers four star accommodation at its finest.

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