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Courtyard by Marriot Surfers Paradise Resort, Gold Coast

Courtyard by Marriott Surfers Paradise Resort is superbly located in the heart of Surfers Paradise just a short stroll through Cavill Mall to Australia’s most famous stretch of beach. Situated on the corner of Surfers Paradise Boulevarde and Hanlan Street, the resort adjoins the Centro shopping complex and offers convenient access to the shopping, restaurants and nightlife for which Surfers Paradise is famous.

All 404 guest rooms boast private balconies and spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, the ever-changing Gold Coast skyline or the picturesque Nerang River and surrounding hinterland. In addition to the hinterland and ocean view rooms, the resort offers a variety of suite options ranging from the junior and spa suites to the grand three level penthouse apartment.

Accommodation Options

  • Corner King Room
  • Spa Suite

Popular Activities

  • Swimming

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