Let yourself relax at Surfers Paradise

Posted By Holly On December 21, 2013

Let yourself relax at Surfers Paradise. Relax in style at Surfers Paradise

Summer is all about taking it easy, which is why so many of us take off for a much-deserved holiday during the holiday season.

When it comes to a little rest and relaxation you can't beat the stunning views and holiday vibe of Surfers Paradise.

Well renowned as a top Australian holiday spot, this aptly named destination is a haven for anyone looking to escape the daily grind, offering some great spots to eat, a beautiful view to enjoy and lots of accommodation options. If you're wondering what to do on the Gold Coast, here's a little taste of how you can create a memorable holiday in Surfers Paradise. 

Make the most of your hotel

Nothing says 'summer break' quite like a stay in comfortable holiday accommodation. A great hotel apartment or room is perfect for getting you in the vacation frame of mind, and it's often in a conveniently central location as well.

"Bumbles Cafe is much loved by the locals at Budd's Beach and has a great breakfast menu, or stop by Milan on Tedder for a delicious Italian meal.

If you'd like to stay in the heart of Surfers Paradise, Mantra Circle on Cavill offers modern and spacious holiday apartments located just a quick walk away from the beach, ideal for couples, families or business travellers.

Enjoy a pamper session

There's nothing quite like a soothing massage session or spa treatment for unwinding and getting into the holiday mood. Endota day spa is located conveniently near Mantra Circle on Cavill and offers relaxation massages, facials, beauty treatments and more. 

Satisfy your tastebuds

No holiday would be complete without tasting the local cuisine, so take your pick from the best that Surfers Paradise has to offer.

If you'd like to start your day with a water-front view, Bumbles Cafe is an ideal option. Much loved by the locals at Budd's Beach, Bumbles has a popular breakfast menu, along with delicious lunch and dinner options. If you're in the mood for Italian, you cannot go past Milan, centrally located on Tedder Avenue in the restaurant precinct of Main Beach.

There's also Black Coffee Lyrics for cocktails or modern Japanese Teppanyaki style food at Kamikaze.

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