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Hotel Review: Ramada Hotel Hope Harbour

Kate Webster

Ramada Hotel Hope Harbour at the Gold Coast is situated on the waterways of Hope Island and is part of the larger Wyndham Hotels Group.

Located at the northern end of the city means it offers the perfect launch pad to explore and experience the Gold Coast’s endless list of attractions, including the nearby theme parks, world-famous beaches, stunning hinterland, acclaimed golf courses and the sophisticated dining and entertainment precincts of Sanctuary Cove.

The tranquil waterfront setting is the ideal location for a romantic escape, an adventure-packed family getaway or a relaxing weekend away. The hotel boasts an onsite restaurant and bar, two swimming pools, gymnasium, onsite undercover parking and a 24-hour front desk.

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A recent refurbishment of the property has seen a focus shift to a Health and Wellness focus. Ramada Hope Harbour has since introduced relaxation and remedial massage services, a beauty centre, a Kinesiologist and a reformer Pilates studio offering group and one-on-one classes.

For those travellers just seeking relaxation, then laze by the pool and soak up Queensland’s sunshine or take a stroll along the marina boardwalk and watch the sunset over the boats.

Room Types

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Harbour King Spa Suite

Premium suite with a comfortable king bed, spa bath, separate living area and balcony overlooking the beautiful Hope Harbour Marina. Perfect for special occasions or for families requiring a little extra room.

Deluxe King Marina Room

Deluxe room featuring a comfortable king bed, air conditioning, sofa, separate bath and shower, with a marina fronting balcony boasting magnificent views over Hope Harbour Marina.

Marina View Queen Room

Marina View Queen Room featuring a comfortable queen bed, separate bath and shower, air conditioning, sofa and marina views.

Marina View Twin Room

Marina View Twin Room featuring two comfortable queen beds, separate bath and shower, air conditioning and marina views.

Pool View Twin Room

Pool View Twin Room featuring two comfortable queen beds, separate bath and shower, air conditioning and pool views.

Standard Twin Room

Standard room featuring two comfortable queen beds, separate bath and shower, air conditioning and courtyard with direct swimming pool access.

Standard Queen Room

A wheelchair accessible room featuring a comfortable queen bed and sofa, air conditioning and a courtyard.

At Ramada Hope Harbour Hotel all you need to do is Sit Back, Relax, and they will take care of the rest.

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