Queensland hotel accommodation comes in all standards and price ranges. From six star right through to a room at the corner pub, there is a suitable hotel room just waiting for you. Hotel accommodation in Queensland is located in practically every town and city across the state so you will always be able to find a comfortable bed for the night. Queensland is Australia’s premier tourist destination and consequently has the widest range of both corporate and holiday accommodation in the country.
Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and its main entry point. There is an international and domestic airport which is also close to both the Gold Coast to the south and the Sunshine Coast to the north. Both of these are among the most popular tourist regions in the state and quality hotel accommodation abounds in both locations.
Gold Coast hotels are some of the best around. The six star Palazzo Versace at Main Beach is the most luxurious in Australia. In Surfers Paradise there is a choice of quality hotels and the same goes for Broadbeach. On the Sunshine Coast, Mooloolaba hotels line the esplanade and have direct access to the surfing beaches. Noosa is the most famous destination in this area and the Hastings St and beachfront precinct is home to many luxury hotels. The Whitsundays region is one of the states most famous holiday destinations with spectacular island resorts all with fantastic hotel accommodation. Hayman Island and Hamilton Island lie just offshore in the Whitsunday passage and the Reef View Hotel here is always very popular.
In far north Queensland which is the main departure point for the Great Barrier Reef, quality hotels are common in many places. Fantastic island resorts like Lizard Island, Dunk Island and Bedarra Island provide fantastic hotels in idyllic settings. Port Douglas hotels have been stayed in by American Presidents. Palm Cove hotels are popular with families and Cairns hotels are a magnet for international tourists wanting to stay in the tourism hub of north Queensland.
No matter where you want to visit in Queensland, you will find fantastic hotel accommodation in this website.
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