Affordable Queensland accommodation with a fantastic location
Located at the entrance to the Noosa Spit Recreation Reserve and across the road from the Coral Sea and main beach, the Hotel Laguna Noosa is without a doubt perfectly located for those that want to feel like theyre on holiday for the entire duration of their stay in the south-east Queensland town.
Guests at the 4-star establishment will be accommodated in either a motel style room or an apartment. The motel rooms feature en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, television, and telephone. Limited kitchenettes are provided, although these only feature a microwave and no open cooking facilities. Balconies overlook the Noosa River and Hastings Street.
Apartments feature similar amenities although a full kitchen is provided with cooking and dishwashing facilities. A lounge/dining area and living room is included, as is a choice of one or two bedrooms. Again, balconies look out upon Hastings Street and the Noosa River.
On site facilities at the resort include a heated outdoor swimming pool, poolside BBQ, guest laundry, business services which include internet, fax and photocopying, as well as complimentary beach umbrellas, toys and even boogie boards for that inevitable trip to the beach.
Those that decide to self-cater will find many of the towns shops nearby including grocery stores. Those that prefer to opt for dining out will find a number of restaurants and cafs within close range. Hastings Street, upon which the hotel is situated, is about as far as youll need to go.
The Hotel Laguna Noosa not only offers access to the beautiful beaches of the Sunshine Coast, but also to the numerous parks and gardens within the area. The Great Sandy National Park for one can be found just across the mouth of the River Noosa.
One of the most popular tourist destinations in the area is Australia Zoo, the institute made famous by TV programme The Crocodile Hunter and the late Steve Irwin. Visitors to the zoo can view much of the countrys wildlife up close. Obviously, reptiles such as freshwater crocodiles are on display (the Crocoseum hosts regular shows), but the zoo also houses a large number of mammals and birds.
Those willing to travel north up the coastline can make their way to Fraser Island, which has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The island, which is the largest off the east coast of Australia, is a wonderfully diverse mix of flora and fauna. As well as tropical mangroves and rainforests, the area is punctuated by lakes and a multitude of bird species and other animals. The coloured sands found on the island, created by millennia of slow geological changes, are a sight to be seen.
South of the town are the many other villages and towns that make up the Sunshine Coast settlement. Along the way, guests at the Hotel Laguna Noosa will mind a host of other picturesque sites and attractions. Montville is a popular destination for those that enjoy walking thanks to its many scenic treks. There are also beaches aplenty and a fair slice of golf courses for those that swing that way.