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Pacific Views Resort, Gold Coast

Pacific Views Resort is Main Beach‘s newest holiday Resort offering luxury one and two bedroom accommodation with spectacular ocean views and just a few steps from the beach. Each apartment is self-contained with air-conditioning and full kitchen facilities as well as free cable television. The resort features two pools, an outside pool and an indoor heated pool and spa as well as a sauna, a well-equipped gymnasium, full size tennis court and barbecue facilities, security parking is also available.

Pacific Views is just a short stroll to the famous restaurants and shopping in Tedder Avenue, and located close to Marina Mirage and all the attractions the Gold Coast has to offer.

The staff at Pacific Views are very well informed on all the attractions on the Gold Coast and are happy to assist with all tour and theme park tickets.

Accommodation Options

One Bedroom

Two Bedroom


Popular Activities

  • Swimming

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