When driving north from the Gold Coast Airport in your cheap Gold Coast car rental vehicle, you can’t miss the apartments that reach progressively further into the sky on your way to Surfers Paradise. You’ll be amazed by the luxury hotels and world-class resorts clustered around the northern reaches of the Gold Coast. Yet, this is just the some of the many tiers of accommodation that service local, interstate and international tourists to this fabulous Beach and holiday precinct in southern Queensland.
You might interested to consider whether you need to stay in Surfers Paradise during the SuperGP or during Schoolies Week. Do you preferred to stay elsewhere which is less crowded but has much the same facilities for less cost?
Are you prepared to travel to key destinations? For example, are you likely to spend all your vacation holidays on Surfers Paradise Beach or would Main Beach, Broadbeach or even Burleigh Heads be just as good? The scale, density and tariffs of apartments usually reduce the further south you go from Surfers. So why not drive, ride or walk to Surfers when you want to go there?
Here are a few two-bedroom apartments you might want to consider on your list.
Surfers International Apartments, Trickett Street, Surfers Paradise (high rise)
Just around the corner from Cavill Avenue and Surfers Paradise beach, these plush apartments have good sized bedrooms, modern kitchens and excellent views of the ocean. Two-bedroom apartment accommodation prices start at around $235 a night (accommodating up to 4 people) in low season, $615 for three nights in holiday periods, and $1,350 for five nights during the Nitro SuperGP, Schoolies Week and the Christmas / New Year period.
Ocean Royale Apartments, Broadbeach (high rise)
These apartments are close to shops, restaurants, the casino and just 50 metres from the patrolled beach. There are plenty of self-contained and well-equipped two-bedroom apartments. Excellent views can be had of the beach and the hinterland as well.
Paradise Grove Holiday Apartments, Burleigh Heads (low rise)
Set in six acres of landscaped tropical and semi-tropical gardens. Has outdoor spa and two large salt water pools, wading pools for the kids and three BBQ areas. These self-contained apartments have their own kitchen and washing facilities, video, phone and TV.
Belle Mare Beachside Apartments, Coolangatta (low-rise)
Close to the beach, restaurants and shops, this apartment block has its own pool, heated spa, a gymnasium, sauna and a BBQ entertaining area. Twin Towns Service Club, which is a popular dining and entertainment destination, is just a short distance away. Two-bedroom apartment rates begin at around $154 per night in the Low Season rising to $240 a night in the peak seasons but with a three to four night minimum stay.
So do your calculations if you are planning to rent an apartment. If you were to stay at say Burleigh Heads, how much could you save on accommodation and how much would be your total expenses? Would you explore the whole area you want if you had a Gold Coast car rental vehicle?
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