Hotels in Queensland

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Queensland
May 29 — May 302
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Cheapest month:August
Most expensive month:December
Average price in Queensland:$188/night
Cheapest price found:$11/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$139 - $278
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$176 - $221
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Pelican Waters Resort
7.6 Good
38 Mahogany Drive, Caloundra, QLD, Australia
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3.2 mi from city centre, Caloundra, QLD, Australia 

Pelican Waters Resort is located in Caloundra and offers free Wi-Fi, outdoor tennis courts and a lap pool. There is also a fitness centre with a swimming pool, cardiovascular equipment and outdoor tennis courts.

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Silkari Lagoons Port Douglas
8.5 Excellent
Port Douglas, QLD, Australia
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2.3 mi from city centre, Port Douglas, QLD, Australia 

Silkari Lagoons Port Douglas is situated in Port Douglas and is close to Four Mile Beach. It also offers a swimming pool, bicycle rental and babysitting/child services.

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Ovolo The Valley Brisbane
9.1 Excellent
1000 Ann Street, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
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1.2 mi from city centre, Brisbane, QLD, Australia 

Boasting a swimming pool, Ovolo The Valley Brisbane is located in Brisbane and offers modern accommodation. It also provides private parking on site and is a short car trip from Brisbane City Hall, the Old Museum Building Brisbane and Suncorp Stadium.

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Peppers Blue on Blue
7.8 Good
123 Sooning Street, Nelly Bay, QLD, Australia
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0.4 mi from city centre, Nelly Bay, QLD, Australia 

Contemporary in its design, Peppers Blue On Blue Resort is positioned in a well-known area of Nelly Bay. It also provides valet parking, a swimming pool and meeting rooms.

5
Gambaro Hotel Brisbane
8.7 Excellent
29 Caxton Street, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
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1.0 mi from city centre, Brisbane, QLD, Australia 

Gambaro Hotel Brisbane enjoys a superb position in the centre of the city. Close to shops and restaurants, the hotel provides a convenient base when in Brisbane.

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Mantra Coolangatta Beach
8.2 Excellent
Coolangatta, QLD, Australia
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0.5 mi from city centre, Coolangatta, QLD, Australia 

Mantra Coolangatta Beach provides a modern setting while in Gold Coast. It features a gym, as well as outdoor tennis courts, an outdoor heated pool and a Jacuzzi.

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Racv Noosa Resort
8.9 Excellent
94 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads, QLD, Australia
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0.8 mi from city centre, Noosa Heads, QLD, Australia 

Located in Noosa Heads, RACV Noosa Resort is within easy reach of Hastings Street and Noosa National Park. It also offers on-site parking and is a short car ride from Noosa Main Beach.

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Peppers Soul Surfers Paradise
8.8 Excellent
8 The Esplanade, Surfers Paradise, QLD, Australia
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0.1 mi from city centre, Surfers Paradise, QLD, Australia 

This modern property is ideally situated in Surfers Paradise and offers its guests a sauna, an indoor pool and free Wi-Fi. It is moments from Soul Building and is close to the area's well-known attractions and dining spots.

Cheapest hotels in Queensland, Australia

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Backpackers In Paradise Resort
6.5 Good
40 Peninsular Drive, Surfers Paradise, QLD, Australia
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0.3 mi from city centre,  

This hostel is situated in Surfers Paradise, just a 10-minute walk from Chevron Renaissance, Q1 Building and Circle on Cavill. Those staying at the property have access to a sun deck and an outdoor pool.

$15
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Brisbane Manor Hotel
5.7 Okay
555 Gregory Terrace, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
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1.1 mi from city centre,  

Brisbane Manor Hotel offers historic accommodation in Brisbane and is within a 10-minute walk of RBWH Busway Station. It is steps from Brisbane Exhibition Ground, restaurants and nightlife options.

$38
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The Cliff House
5.2 Okay
528-532 Main Street, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
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0.8 mi from city centre,  

Located in Brisbane, The Cliff House is within easy reach of the City Botanic Gardens and Old Government House Queensland. Guests also have access to free Wi-Fi and on-site parking.

$41
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Magnums Accommodation Airlie Beach - Adults Only
8.2 Excellent
370 Shute Harbour Road, Airlie Beach, QLD, Australia
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0.2 mi from city centre,  

Magnums Accommodation Airlie Beach - Adults Only is situated in Airlie Beach and features complimentary Wi-Fi. It is conveniently positioned for those wanting to visit the area's popular attractions.

$47
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Acacia Court Hotel
5.8 Okay
223-227 Esplanade, Cairns North, QLD, Australia
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0.2 mi from city centre,  

Situated in Cairns, Acacia Court Hotel is a short walk from Cairns Esplanade and provides an outdoor pool, outdoor tennis courts and a swimming pool. It also features a sauna and a Jacuzzi.

$54
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Chevron Palms Holiday Apartments
6.6 Good
Surfers Paradise, QLD, Australia
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0.6 mi from city centre,  

Chevron Palms is situated in Surfers Paradise, just 30 minutes from Gold Coast Airport. The property offers an outdoor pool, as well as apartments with private terraces.

$63
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The Metropolitan Spring Hill
8.0 Excellent
106 Leichhardt Street, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
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0.4 mi from city centre,  

The Metropolitan Spring Hill offers relaxed accommodation in Brisbane and is within a 20-minute walk of Roma Street Busway Station. It is situated in close proximity to a number of popular bars, clubs and restaurants.

$64
Avg. per night
Cairns City Sheridan
6.0 Good
157 Sheridan Street, Cairns, QLD, Australia
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0.4 mi from city centre,  

Offering a swimming pool and a waterfall pool, Cairns City Sheridan is a boutique hotel set in the heart of Cairns. Guests also have access to complimentary Wi-Fi and on-site parking.

$65
Avg. per night

Hotel prices in Queensland

2 stars and under
Bald Hills Motel
#1 Most popular

Bald Hills Motel

1969 Gympie Road, Carseldine, QLD, Australia

8.1 Excellent
$85

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Ascot Budget Inn & Residences
#2 Most popular

Ascot Budget Inn & Residences

143 Nudgee Road, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

8.1 Excellent
$57

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Nomads Brisbane Hostel
Best value

Nomads Brisbane Hostel

308 Edward Street, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

6.4 Good
$16

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3 stars
Ashmore Palms Holiday Village
#1 Most popular

Ashmore Palms Holiday Village

71 Hinde Street, Ashmore, QLD, Australia

9.0 Excellent
$108

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Greenmount Beach House
#2 Most popular

Greenmount Beach House

3 Hill Street, Coolangatta, QLD, Australia

7.7 Good
$110

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Paradise Island Resort
Best value

Paradise Island Resort

1 Paradise Island, Surfers Paradise, QLD, Australia

7.0 Good
$56

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4 stars +
Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas
#1 Most popular

Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas

Little Hastings Street, Noosa Heads, QLD, Australia

8.3 Excellent
$182

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QT Gold Coast
#2 Most popular

QT Gold Coast

7 Staghorn Avenue, Clear Island Waters, QLD, Australia

8.0 Excellent
$175

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The Star Grand at The Star Gold Coast
Best value

The Star Grand at The Star Gold Coast

Broadbeach Island 1 Casino Drive Broadbeach, Broadbeach, QLD, Australia

8.4 Excellent
$152

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Where to stay in Queensland

About Queensland

Hailed as Australia’s holiday haven, Queensland is home to gorgeous beaches, lush jungles, laid-back locals and an easy-going lifestyle that matches its sultry tropical climate. Outdoor activities are the order of the day, with the state offering everything from sunbathing, surfing and bushwalking to white-water rafting, sailing and 4WD adventures. It’s not hard to see how it earned its nickname as the “Sunshine State”.

The Great Barrier Reef needs no introduction, with the 2,000-kilometre-long natural wonder recognised as one of the most vibrant underwater landscapes on the planet. Fraser Island is a mecca for 4WD enthusiasts the Whitsunday Islands are a honeymooner’s paradise while coastal towns like Mission Beach, Noosa and Port Douglas ooze barefoot charm.

Queensland is served by a great network of roads and highways, which makes road-tripping an excellent way to explore the state. Major coastal towns are connected by rail, with private bus companies also making long-distance trips. Brisbane Airport is the state’s major gateway for both international and domestic travellers. For those willing to splurge, yachts and cruise ships are a magnificent way to get a taste of Queensland’s luxe ocean lifestyle.

Brisbane is the beating heart of the Sunshine State, with soaring high-rises dominating the Surfer’s Paradise skyline. The city is home to a hip coffee culture, fantastic farmers markets, boutique shopping and ambient riverside restaurants serving up some of Australia’s best cuisine. For beer enthusiasts, sipping on a pint of Queensland's infamous XXXX brew is a must.

Queensland travel FAQs

Hailed as Australia’s holiday haven, Queensland is home to gorgeous beaches, lush jungles, laid-back locals and an easy-going lifestyle that matches its sultry tropical climate. Outdoor activities are the order of the day, with the state offering everything from sunbathing, surfing and bushwalking to white-water rafting, sailing and 4WD adventures. It’s not hard to see how it earned its nickname as the “Sunshine State”.

The Great Barrier Reef needs no introduction, with the 2,000-kilometre-long natural wonder recognised as one of the most vibrant underwater landscapes on the planet. Fraser Island is a mecca for 4WD enthusiasts the Whitsunday Islands are a honeymooner’s paradise while coastal towns like Mission Beach, Noosa and Port Douglas ooze barefoot charm.

Queensland is served by a great network of roads and highways, which makes road-tripping an excellent way to explore the state. Major coastal towns are connected by rail, with private bus companies also making long-distance trips. Brisbane Airport is the state’s major gateway for both international and domestic travellers. For those willing to splurge, yachts and cruise ships are a magnificent way to get a taste of Queensland’s luxe ocean lifestyle.

Brisbane is the beating heart of the Sunshine State, with soaring high-rises dominating the Surfer’s Paradise skyline. The city is home to a hip coffee culture, fantastic farmers markets, boutique shopping and ambient riverside restaurants serving up some of Australia’s best cuisine. For beer enthusiasts, sipping on a pint of Queensland's infamous XXXX brew is a must.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Queensland?

    Our travelers prefer to stay in places like Brisbane, Cairns, and Surfers Paradise while in Queensland.

  • What are the best hotels in Queensland?

    Shangri-La The Marina, Cairns (8.6/10 from 2,975 reviews), Oaks Sunshine Coast Oasis Resort (8.0/10 from 4,152 reviews), and Riverside Hotel Southbank (7.2/10 from 2,530 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Queensland.

  • What is the best place in Queensland for bars and restaurants?

    In Queensland’s capital, Brisbane, you can enjoy the pubs and cocktail bars of the CBD. After that, you can head to Fortitude Valley if you want to keep the party going. Central accommodation in Queensland, like the Royal Albert Hotel, will place you within walking distance of the noir-style classiness of spots like Death and Taxes and Walter’s Steakhouse and Wine Bar. If you’re keen on exploring North Queensland, you’ll also find an excellent range of bars and world-class restaurants in Cairns. Nestled around The Esplanade are popular spots like Gin Social and The Flamingo Tiki Bar. Cairns hotels like Shangri-La The Marina place you within walking distance of the best bars, clubs, and restaurants.

  • What is the best place for a family vacation in Queensland?

    Families who’d like to explore the Great Barrier Reef may wish to base themselves in Mission Beach. Here, you can take advantage of family-friendly Queensland accommodation options like Mission Reef Resort that feature pools, child-friendly menus, playgrounds, family activities, and tours. With its glistening beaches and thrilling theme parks, the Gold Coast is another mecca for families. Staying in Queensland hotels like the Peninsula Hope Island will place you close to Movieworld, Wet ‘n’ Wild, and Dreamworld. However, most beachside resorts on the Gold Coast offer transport to the theme parks and tour desks to help you organise your activities. Spots like the Star Grand and Jw Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa feature pools, playgrounds, games rooms, watersport equipment, and more.

  • What are the best things to do and see in Queensland?

    Known as “the sunshine state,” Queensland calls out to all those seeking warm and sunny adventures in the great outdoors. From camping and rock climbing to snorkelling and diving, there are countless adventurous things to do in Queensland. A visit to the Whitsunday Islands is ideal for exploring the state’s most pristine beaches and snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef. Here, you can find accommodation catering to all budgets, from cabins at the Big 4 Whitsundays Tropical Eco Resort to 5-star luxury at the Intercontinental Hayman Island Resort. If you’re interested in getting off the beaten track and discovering some of the less famous things to see in Queensland, a visit to the outback will satisfy your curiosity. In spots like Chillagoe, you can go beneath the red earth to explore the underground world of the Mungana Caves National Park. After a day of spelunking, you can enjoy stunning outback sunsets from spots like the Chillagoe Cabins.

  • Where are the best places to stay for surfing in Queensland?

    Queensland’s surfable beaches stretch between the Gold Coast in the south and Agnes Water in the north. Between these two spots, you’ll find tons of beaches, each offering a unique surfing experience. For smaller, gentler surf suitable for beginners, consider spots like Agnes Water, Rainbow Beach, and 1770 on Queensland’s central coast. Here, you can enjoy a cheap stay in a hostel like Backpackers at 1770 or treat yourself to one of the more luxurious hotels in Queensland, like Pavillions at 1770. More experienced surfers may prefer the larger, more powerful surf of the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. The Point Coolum Beach in the Sunshine Coast and Rhapsody Resort on the Gold Coast are just two of many Queensland hotels that place you right on the beach, with the surf at your doorstep.