- Rays Resort Apartments Gold Coast (Gold Coast)
Rays Resort Apartments Gold Coast
country: Australia, city: Gold Coast (Southport)
Rays Resort Apartments Gold Coast Located opposite to the Gold Coast Broadwater, the Rays Resort provides apartments with spectacular views across the Broadwater.
The Rays Resort is ideally located opposite the beautiful Gold Coast Broadwater. The resort's unique design provides most apartments with spectacular views across the Broadwater to local points of interest such as Sea World, Marina Mirage, South Stradbroke Island and Surfers Paradise.
Guests are offered a choice of accommodation units that are facilitated with a host of modern amenities. The apartments also features fully equipped kitchens for guests who enjoy cooking.
No information is available at this time.
During leisure, guests can workout at the gymnasium, take a bracing dip in the pool or relax at the spa.
Hotel Facilities: Room Facilities: Barbecue area
Balcony / Terrace
Iron and ironing board
- 30 km to the airport (Coolangatta)
106-108 Marine Parade
Southport QLD 4215
International hotels. — Academic. 2010.
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