The price is AU$277 per night from 2 Jan. to 2 Jan.AU$277
2 Jan. - 3 Jan.
4.4/5 Excellent! (1,104 reviews)
Wouldn’t stay again.
"This hotel is over priced and over rated. For a Korean tourist, it might meet the criteria given that the pool has the potential for great instagram photos, which is the main reason to visit. The service at the pool is terrible. You have to get a staff member who then calls for another staff member ..."
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