Stylish and sophisticated, this hotel sits between Orchid Avenue and Surfers Paradise Boulevard, next to iconic Cavill Avenue. The spacious guest rooms feature Hilton Serenity Beds, high-tech amenities and floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views. At the heart of the hotel is The Deck which boasts four swimming pools, private day beds, barbecue huts and poolside valets. There are also two fitness centres, a sublime day spa and an array of restaurants, including Luke Mangan’s Salt, plus two bars and a European-style delicatessen.
Why we recommend the Hilton Surfers Paradise
- Next to Cavill Avenue
- Floor-to-ceiling windows with ocean views
- Four swimming pools with private day beds
- Two fitness centres
- Luke Mangan’s Salt restaurant onsite
Attractions near the Hilton Surfers Paradise
Retail therapy on your doorstep
You can walk out the door of the Hilton Surfers Paradise and straight into retail heaven, because Centro Surfers Paradise, the Gold Coast’s largest shopping centre, sits on the same street. It’s home to more than 100 speciality shops, with stock ranging from beach and swimwear, to casual brands and high-end designs.
The Gold Coast hosts a number of outdoor markets selling arts and crafts, jewellery and local produce. Popular locations include the beachfront Art and Craft on the Coast, Broadbeach Art and Craft Markets, Burleigh Art and Craft Markets, Coolangatta Art and Craft Markets, and the permanently positioned Carrara Markets.
Enjoying an island escape
Just a short distance off the shore of the Gold Coast is the golden sand of South Stradbroke Island. Life moves at a slower pace on 'Straddie', and the hustle and bustle of Surfers Paradise seems very far away.
You can get across to Stradbroke Island on a private boat, charter, ferry or water taxi from the mainland. Enjoy a day exploring the undulating dunes of this sandy island, surf the impressive waves or go for a refreshing swim. You can also tackle some bushwalking, ocean fishing and even rock climbing on this peaceful island paradise.