Apartment style accommodation is one of the most popular configurations to be found in the Whitsundays region of Queensland. The holiday accommodation industry in Queensland is dominated by the apartment style resort. complex because developers find that they can sell the apartments to investors and the management rights to people wanting to make a living from the renting of the accommodation. This is a relationship that has been very successful as the investors get a good return from letting the units and the managers make good money form the management rights. As a result of this phenomenon, large numbers of apartment style resorts have sprung up all over Queensland. The resulting apartments provide some of the best holiday accommodation money can buy.
Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays is a prime example of this type of development. There are an ever growing number of these resorts providing hundreds of apartments for the local holiday letting pool. Most are situated on the hill overlooking Airlie Beach or close to the Abel Point Marina complex. Either way, nearly all the apartments have fantastic water views to the north over the Coral Sea. Standards range from three star through to five star so you will be able to find one of these superb apartments that fits your budget budget.
Hamilton Island is another place to find great Whitsunday holiday apartment style accommodation. The Whitsunday Holiday Apartments is a multi story complex situated right on Catseye Beach and it provides fantastic family accommodation at a reasonable price. There are many other apartments on Hammo and some of these, range right up to provide some of the best luxury holiday destinations that you could imagine.
If the Whitsundays is on your mind for your next holiday we can help you find some of the best Whitsunday Apartments that you can imagine.
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