- Chancellor Resort Hope Harbour (Gold Coast)
Chancellor Resort Hope Harbour
country: Australia, city: Gold Coast (Hope Island)
Chancellor Resort Hope Harbour Built alongside a tranquil deepwater marina, the Chancellor Resort Hope Harbour, with its prime position and exemplary services, is the ideal place to stay in Hope Island.
The property is located by the Harbour Cove's marina at Hope Island and is only a 5-minute drive from the Sanctuary Cove and golf courses. The resort is also within few minutes drive from the Dreamworld and Surfers Paradise.
The Chancellor Resort Hope Harbour features 91 superbly appointed guestrooms that offer all the modern day comforts.
The onsite Pier Restaurant serves modern Australian cuisine in a relaxed environment, while the Marlin Bar & Gaming offers a large selection of local and imported beverages.
The resort offers flexible meeting space for holding business conferences, banquets and other social gatherings. During free time, guests can workout in the gymnasium, play tennis, take a refreshing plunge in the pool or relax at the sauna.
Hotel Facilities: Room Facilities: Banquet facilities
Parking facilities (at cost)
Safe deposit box
Balcony / Terrace
Iron and ironing board
Modem/data port connection
Tea and coffee making facilities
- 25 km to the airport
John Lund Drive
Hope Island Gold Coast QLD 4212
International hotels. — Academic. 2010.
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