Accommodation in Hamilton Island by:Joan Paynter
Hamilton Island is neither an agriculture community nor an industrial area. The primary and only economic activity on the island is tourism (and related services). Due to this, there is a very small permanent population on the island. The majority are the tourists. The apartments that you would see on the island would therefore not be of the locals. These cater to the tourists who do not like to live in hotels and crave a more home-like environment.
As per popular demand, many types of apartments are available for hire on the island. The amenities provided and the rates vary widely and we suggest you do some background research before finalising an apartment. The apartments available include:
- 1 Bedroom Apartments - These are the smallest apartments having just one bedroom. A maximum of two guests are allowed to stay in any such apartment.
- 2 Bedroom Apartments - These apartments have two bedrooms and are larger than the 1 bedroom ones. The facilities are usually also greater. Most of these are for a maximum of four people.
- 3 Bedroom Apartments - Another bedroom added to the two bedroom apartment and a bit more space of course. Anyone who is any good at mathematics can calculate that the maximum number of people allowed would be . six, right!!
- Luxury Apartments - If you have are ready to spend some money, try one of the luxury apartments. They have more amenities than the other apartments and you can have the time of your life at these places.
Most of these apartments offer add ons and built in facilities such as buggy for going around the island, barbeques etc. Please confirm while booking what all you would be provided with.
Frangipani 204 is the only 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom privately owned & rented beachfront apartment on Hamilton Island . To know more about this apartment, the facilities provided and booking options please visit their website at http://www.frangipani204.com.au.
About the author
Travelling has been the biggest passion in Joan Paynter's life. Born and brought up in Sydney, Joan has spent much of adult life travelling all over Australia and the world. Her second biggest passion is writing and she combines the two by writing about the places she visits.http://www.frangipani204.com.au