Accomodation review: Condor Ocean View Apartments, Surfers Paradise, Australia

Condor Ocean View Apartments

Address: 2 Riverview Parade, Surfers Paradise, Queensland Australia

Aimed mostly towards families, Condor Ocean View Apartments are mid-range priced, self- contained holiday apartments which provide excellent value in the centre of Surfers Paradise. Situated on the Nerang River, the shops and nightlife are only a block away and five minute walk to the beach.

Looking towards central Surfers Paradise and the Pacific Ocean.

Looking towards central Surfers Paradise and the Pacific Ocean.

I was delighted with my 22nd floor 2 bedroom apartment.  The views were fabulous with a lot to see while sitting on the private balcony. Each night I relaxed on the balcony in the balmy weather taking in the lights of the surrounding skyscrapers and watching the nearby fun park rides ‘Vomitron’ and ‘Sling Shot’ as it shot thrill seekers 80 meters in the air.

On the right are the neon-lit lights of the Sling Shot ride.

On the right are the neon-lit column supports for the Sling Shot ride.

Condor offer 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments with everything you need during your stay including all the kitchen utensils and little things such as laundry powder and dishwashing liquid.

The lounge room with Cable TV.

The lounge room with Cable TV.

Bedroom with a view you can wake up too.

Bedroom with a view you can wake up too.

Downstairs there is free undercover parking as well as a guest sauna, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis court, BBQ and tropical gardens.

The outdoor pool and gardens.

The outdoor pool and gardens.

It is possible to get free nights’ accommodation if booking via the Condor website.
http://www.condorapartments.com.au/
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