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Coral Cove Resort

1 Pebble Beach Dr, Coral Cove, Queensland 4670 Australia
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A golfer's paradise set beside the Pacific Ocean set among a pristine 18 hole International Golf Course. The ocean-side villas and condos are perfect for that weekend retreat, golfer's getaway or family adventure. Featuring Spa bath, private patio with ocean or garden views, Pools, Tennis Court, Playground, BBQ's, there is something for everyone.
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James W wrote a review Oct 2
136 contributions18 helpful votes
Advantages: - Great seaside location - Wrap around golf course - Mostly quiet - Large pool, tennis court, foreshore pathway - Large villas - Short drive to Elliott Heads or Bargara Disadvantages: - Villas and facilities in need of renovation and repair - Missing some basic amenities in rooms - No decent shops nearby - Poor WiFi signal - No welcome pack or brochures, just a double sided sheet of paper with basic information for a stay - No clear emergency evacuation signage in villas and around resort
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Josephine wrote a review Sep 2020
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Hotel Owner please take note of this review. I quite understand that we should be supporting local tourism, so that’s why we booked a weekend at this resort, however, not all the laziness and complacency can be blamed on COVID19. (Owner take note) When we checked into this resort on a Saturday, not only was it hard to find the Reception, (notices were facing in the other direction!) but when we did find it, it was not really the welcome we expected after a long drive, very disinterested and lacklustre. (I am still trying to grapple with the fact that the Managers manage to score a live-in home in potentially the most attractive sea view Villa/Accommodation on this resort) We were given our keys to our Villa, paid our bill and given a sheet of paper outlining the ‘rules’. Our Villa was clearly the victim of ‘if we throw enough bleach around, everyone will think it is clean and sanitised’ attitude. It took several hours of open windows and doors to reduce the smell of bleach, and on close inspection the place wasn’t that well-cleaned or in fact after such a long period of closure one would have thought that more maintenance would have been done, not just on the Villas but generally around the property, there was definitely signs of ‘no or low’ maintenance, shabby areas that could easily have been touched up by the staff who were kept on in times of lockdown, I am sure. (Owner take note) I went back to Reception to request a hairdryer, I can’t believe that there are still places where this isn’t a standard in the rooms, anyway, when a hairdryer was finally located......it was disgustingly sticky and dirty, I took photos but I won’t bore you with the details, it took me some time to clean it up, but I needed a dryer! We knew in advance that dinner was always going to be a challenge as the restaurant at the resort was closed, fortunately, the bar was open but not even the option of packet of crisps or peanuts in sight. Very poor hospitality, given that there were plenty of golfers about. The resort was running a high occupancy that weekend, so more thought could have been put to ensuring that guests had some in-house revenue-increasing options (Owner take note) rather than a vague recommendation to the local bowling club or into Bargara by taxi. The barmaid was sympathetic, but nonetheless, saying that they could not find staff to man the kitchen, we still couldn’t understand why a great kitchen could not have been manned by an agency Chef. We managed to rustle up some food in our Villa that we had bought with us, but later that night another guest decided to flout the restrictions and held a party at their Villa, after a lot of noise, glass breaking and general mayhem, the Managers did something I have never ever experienced before, they used a public address system at 11:38 pm ‘Hey guys some of us have to work tomorrow!’ (In itself that was laughable on so many levels!) The party and its host ignored this, of course. The following morning at 9am the outside of this villa was a mess, patio doors were wide open, takeaway packaging, uneaten food, broken glass, glasses, empty bottles strewn everywhere, by 2:30pm, still the same, and again at 6:30pm, so it wasn’t surprising to see that on the Monday morning at 9:30am it was still pretty much the same, expect that the doors had been closed. I should point out that the Children’s Play area was barely metres away from all this mess and broken glass, so much for sanitising....... (Owner take note) Disappointing on so many aspects.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Lyn M wrote a review Jul 2020
Queensland, Australia73 contributions15 helpful votes
Stayed here with the family in adjoining rooms. Very comfortable and very clean. The king size bed was very comfortable. Amenities around the resort great for the family. Being July the pool was very cold but that did not stop the children. Good tennis court, great playground for the littlies. Good bar-b-que area, undercover parking for each unit. Decor needs a little updating and repair but nothing that significantly detracted from the overall. Would certainly consider staying here again,
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Pete W wrote a review Aug 2019
Tura Beach, Australia32 contributions2 helpful votes
We stayed 9 nights. Pros: Location very good, quiet and peaceful. Grounds, pools etc good. Reception good (Sharon) but only open limited hours. Adjacent restaurant food very good. Golf course very good (see cons as well). Cons: Room in urgent need of upgrade. Fridge leaked. No exhaust fan or window in bathroom. Remote control batteries flat. Outdoor setting seats and table soiled with bird manure. BBQ for general resort guests use left with dirty greasy hotplate and not used during our stay....but not cleaned either. No internet/wifi despite being advised when original inquiry and subsequent booking was made over 2 months previously that NBN would be up and running by the time we would arrive. It wasn’t. Golf course pro shop. No special deal offered for resort guests despite being told at time of booking there was. Very poor quality old hire clubs . Not a set as such but a mish mash of various very old very used and abused clubs. This is just not good enough for regular golfers such as ourselves where it was impracticable to bring our own equipment. No charge back to room for restaurant or golf pro shop despite sharing the resort location. The resort, as such, will not attract our business again unless a large improvement occurs. It appears that most or possibly all of the units are privately owned where internal fittings and quality vary.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Boyowa O wrote a review Aug 2018
36 contributions8 helpful votes
Absolutely beautiful apartment, with great service. The beach is literally a stones throw away and even the service on the beach was perfect. Such friendly staff all around the apartments and would definitely recommend these apartments to anyone visiting Barbados. The most expensive supermarket is down the road, it don’t let that put you off...
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Coral Cove Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Coral Cove Resort?
Nearby attractions include Turtle Park (2.4 miles), Amandine Lavender (3.5 miles), and Hummock Lookout (4.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Coral Cove Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Coral Cove Resort?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Coral Cove Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Coral Cove Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Coral Cove Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include KBR's Licensed Restaurant, Bargara Golf Club, and Bradlee's Beachside Takeway.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Coral Cove Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is Coral Cove Resort located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Coral Cove.
Are there any historical sites close to Coral Cove Resort?
Many travelers enjoy visiting St James Catholic Church Bargara (5.4 miles).
Is Coral Cove Resort accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.