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Hamilton Island Race Week 2011 accommodation available

by Kristie Kaighin on 18 May 2011
The new Yacht Club Villas are the best of the luxury options. Great location right next to the Yacht Club - Hamilton Island Audi 2011 Race Week Kristie Kaighin http://www.whitsundayholidays.com.au
Have you booked your Hamilton Island Race Week accommodation yet? Great options still available. Contact us for the best option to suit you. www.whitsundayholidays.com.au or 1300 653 997 - 7 days per week.

Many options to choose from. Ranging from 2 bedroom apartments accommodating up to 7 from $500 per night. Or if you prefer luxury with a private pool - we have several houses to choose from.

See photos and descriptions at www.whitsundayholidays.com.au

Popular options to consider are:

Shorelines - 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom double storey townhouses. Great location for Race Week. From $600 per night.




Blue Water Views 10 and 11 - side by side and great for a large group or crew. Only $550 per night each if you book both.




Oasis apartments are a cost effective choice - from $500 per night and accommodate up to 6.




Edge apartments on special. Normally $1300 per night, reduced to $1050. Sensational balcony and views - watch the yachts sail by.




Cooinda Gardens is an enormous 4 bedroom villa. Accommodates up to 10 for only $950 per night.




Two of the new Yacht Club Villas still available for Race Week! Only just released for holiday letting! Ideally located right next to the new Yacht Club. Be one of the first to stay in these exclusive villas during Race Week. Even includes 2 buggies!




Pavillions Penthouse available for Race Week! Sensational 4 bedroom apartment with private pool right on the marina!



Be quick to book. All the best options book out early. Dont miss out on your preferred option.

Call us 7 days per week to discuss the best options. 1300 653 997 or +61 434 004 029.

You can also book online

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