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Does swimming in crystal clear water, exploring tropical rainforest and visiting the world’s largest coral reef entice you? A Queensland holiday is the perfect destination for your next travel adventure. The Sunshine State is the second largest in Australia and the third most populated behind New South Wales and Victoria. Home to some of Australia's most iconic sights; including the Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest, Fraser Island and the Whitsunday Islands. This holiday paradise is far from lacking when it comes to places to explore and beaches to relax on. The vast selection of hotels on offer from AccorHotels will suit any traveller, from the overnight business trip to that long awaited family getaway. These hotels are spread out all over Queensland, so take the chance to explore beautiful cities including the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Cairns, Hervey Bay and Noosa Heads. The sub-tropical climate is a big bonus for visitors, as warm weather is expected for most of the year. This makes booking a Queensland hotel that much easier, since any time of year is a good time to visit. Discover Queensland and experience some of the most beautiful landscapes on Earth. Queensland travel has never been so affordable and easy with quick online booking and AccorHotels Best Price Guarantee. Book Queensland accommodation with AccorHotels and create unforgettable memories in the sun.

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These prices may relate to different types of rooms. Depending on the country, these prices may be shown exclusive of tax, including VAT only, or with all taxes included (VAT and tourist tax included). Where prices are shown exclusive of all taxes, the taxes (VAT and/or tourist tax) will be specified during the next steps of the booking process. The price is only guaranteed at the time of booking.

The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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