Offering charming freestanding bungalow accommodation, Palm Bungalows is set amid lush tropical landscapes on the north eastern side of Hamilton Island. Surrounded by the fantastic range of dining options and activities on the island, the bungalows are a popular place to stay.
Accommodation at Palm Bungalows offers spacious bungalow island-style rooms ideal for couples and smaller families. Offering an excellent level of relaxation and privacy, the bungalows enjoy a fantastic range of amenities including air conditioning, TVs and balconies and a kitchenette.
Palm Bungalows enjoy affordable Hamilton Island accommodation with a great range of onsite leisure facilities including a number of inviting swimming pools and spa, bars and restaurants, shops, gym and tennis courts, golf course and more.
All Rooms Feature:
Palm Bungalow: Features views of the tropical landscaped gardens. Size is 49m². Bedding is 1 King Split Bed + 1 Single Divan, with pull-out trundle bed. Maximum room capacity is 2 Adults & 2 Children.
Each Palm Bungalow offers a self-catering kitchenette however there are also over 10 dining options on Hamilton Island to choose from featuring a range of cuisines.
The following activities are free of charge:
The following activities are available at a charge:
Discover the beauty that awaits the depths of the Great Barrier Reef with day scuba diving excursions. Visit renowned dive sites such as Bait Reef, Stepping Stones, Paradise Lagoon and Manta Ray Drop Off. Dive Packages are available for certified divers which include a full day trip to the Great Barrier Reef, lunch, use of diving gear and wetsuits, and an interpretive presentation en-route. Snorkelling Packages are also available.
Spa Wumurdaylin: Relax and indulge with massages, body treatments, wraps, exfoliations, facials and alternative therapies from 9 am - 7 pm daily.
Located on Dent Island, the Hamilton Island Golf Club is the only Australian golf course on its own island and is one of the world's premier golf courses. The 18-hole 71 par course was designed by Peter Thompson, five-time British Open winner. Offering excellent facilities and panoramic views of the Whitsundays, the challenging course is a favourite with recreational and professional golfers alike.
Children up to the age of 12 stay and eat for free when staying at Palm Bungalows - conditions apply.
The Clown Fish Club also offers a fun place for children aged 6 weeks to 14 years to enjoy games and activities under the supervision of qualified childhood leaders. Open Tuesday - Saturday from 8.30 am to 5pm with extension to Monday - Saturday during school holidays. Bookings are essential and charges apply.
Baby`s First Holiday Service: This service is offered for new parents with young families. Guests have the opportunity to purchase essentials (from a list of selected items) such as baby formula and nappies in advance or on arrival (payable direct to the hotel). Additionally there is a range of complimentary items available such as highchairs, cots, prams, bumbos & bouncers which can be requested at the time of booking. Please ask your consultant for more details when booking.
Children: 12 years and under stay free of charge when using existing bedding
Check In: 2.00 pm
Check Out: 10.00 am
Reception: 24 Hours
Address: Hamilton Island, Whitsundays, Queensland
Ratings are averaged based on 55 reviews.
From the moment you step off the plane all was taken care of and easily communicated from transfers to check in to relevant restaurants.
Bungalow 46 was a great score! Shaded by a large tree giving shade to lay in the hammock no matter what time and additional privacy. Kids had an abundant of activities most afternoons to participate in. Pools for all ages and abilities. Couldn’t recommend higher for a get away where you can totally switch off from the world with your family.
Super self-contained unit. Very private away from other guests. Really well kitted out. Immaculately finished (looks recently built/modernised). Loved the hammock outside, great touch. Great facilities and organisation on the resort/island as a whole. Fabulous to see the koalas at breakfast in the café every morning. The gym was very very busy however as it is shared with the locals. Likewise, getting an appointment at the salon/spa was nigh on impossible for the same reason. It’s very dark at night if walking back from the marina, and being a lone traveller, this wasn’t ideal
Can't wait to go back once the gardens are back to full bloom after the cyclone.