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Hamilton Island Resort - Palm Bungalows (The Whitsundays)

Price from £174 per room per night

Surrounded by idyllic coral fringed beaches, Hamilton Island is the perfect base for the ultimate Great Barrier Reef experience. It is the only island with a variety of hotels and apartments to suit all tastes and budgets as well as an endless array of activities.

Hotel Facilities

Guests staying at Palm Bungalows have access to the following facilities and services located within the resort: activities program, bars, beauty salon, business centre, boutique, canoes, children's playground, convenience store, deep sea fishing, fitness centre, hairdresser, kid's club, massage facilities, mini golf, motorised water sports, non motorised water sports, laundry self service, meeting facilities, restaurants, scuba diving, swimming pool, tennis and tour desk and internet access (limited usage complimentary).

Room Facilities

The Palm Bungalows are scattered around the island and are free standing, surrounded by tropical landscaped gardens which offer a back to nature experience. Simple yet charming, they are ideal for couples or small families. Bright, airy and well appointed, each Palm Bungalow features air-conditioning, ceiling fan, spacious bathroom with walk-in shower, and small kitchenette with stove top, microwave and small fridge.  Each has its own balcony and outdoor furniture offering garden views only. The main pool is located in the resort centre and Catseye Beach is only a short walk away.

Price Shown

Palm Bungalow for 2 people - room only.  Price includes complimentary seat in coach airport or marina transfers, unlimited use of the resort shuttle between 7:00am and 11:00pm daily, bushwalking, catamarans, paddleboards, sailboards and snorkelling gear, use of the fitness centre and tennis court hire.  Audio Tour devices are available to hire from Tour Desks at Resort Centre or Reef View Hotel and showcases walking trails and key facilities on the island.