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Hyatt Regency Coolum

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King Room - Hyatt Regency Coolum. Copyright Hyatt Regency Coolum.

Peacefully set in clusters amid natural Australian gardens, deluxe 46-sq.-metre king studios offer open-plan living area, furnished balcony or patio, one king bed, work/dining desk and fast Internet access. Relaxing views of the natural Australian gardens and woodland or village square pool complement a rich natural decor, including spacious bath with separate tub and shower. Includes daily Continental breakfast.

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Hyatt Regency Coolum, Golf Resort and Spa is a 5 star luxury resort situated along the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia, fronting onto the Pacific Ocean with 2 km of pristine beach.

Set at the base of Mount Coolum, close to the coastal suburb of Coolum Beach, the resort covers 150 hectares of exquisitely natural bushland. Guests are immersed in the sub-tropical climate of the Sunshine Coast paradise, with a diverse array of outdoor activities to enjoy on the resort grounds. Equipped with an Australian PGA Championship golf course, beach club and privately patrolled beach, the largest day spa in the southern hemisphere, tennis centre, arts centre, and Camp Hyatt for kids, our Coolum resort also organizes archery, canoeing, beach fishing and a range of other fun-filled activities.

Hyatt Regency Coolum features 324 hotel rooms, suites and villas organized in low-rise clusters amid a natural Australian environment of gardens, lakes and woodlands. Dining & entertainment options include the modern Australian restaurant Eliza's, The McKenzie Grill with premium grilled meats and seafood, the Village Square, Italian-style Bruschetta restaurant and bar, Noodles restaurant, Pizzeria, Fraser's Lounge and Spikes bar. It also has a luxury spa and fitness center surrounded by native flora and fauna were you can enjoy a wide variety of treatments and services to enhance your health and wellbeing.

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Review date:   February 11, 2018 7:27AM
Review:   The resort was the star of the sunshine coast... What a disappointment it was going there this time. I hope that in the near future palmer sells it to someone more deserving and it becomes the jewel in the crown once more.
Author:   Rob Schultz
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Review date:   January 6, 2018 2:01AM
Review:   The dinosaurs are a nice subtle touch if only they could move so we could play some kind of golf/dodgeball hybrid sport
Author:   Daniel Pockran
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Review date:   February 3, 2018 9:12PM
Review:   Mount Coolum is a fairly easy mountain to climb but the view is great
Author:   Michael Warr
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Review date:   November 11, 2017 7:01AM
Review:   The resort is closed and the golf course is empty, though still open. Nice golf course.
Author:   Tim Sneesby
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Review date:   October 15, 2017 6:32AM
Review:   Golf course is good. Not many people playing. Pro shop staff friendly.
Author:   Dan Harmer
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