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Scarborough Beach Resort - Scarborough Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Scarborough Beach Resort

89 Landsborough Avenue, Scarborough - Map
4.1 out of 5 (210 reviews)
The Scarborough Beach Resort is a quality Scarborough apartment . Situated on the Redcliffe Peninsula north of Brisbane …More
Johnstone's on Oxley Bed & Breakfast - Scarborough Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Johnstone's on Oxley Bed & Breakfast

585 Oxley Avenue, Scarborough - Map
4.8 out of 5 (64 reviews)
Reid's Place - Scarborough Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Reid's Place

377 Scarborough Road, Scarborough - Map
5.0 out of 5 (7 reviews)
Located in the Queensland, in the very heart of Scarborough, north of Brisbane, the luxury Guest House Reid's Place is the …More
HarbourSide B&B - Scarborough Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

HarbourSide B&B

21 Thurecht Parade, Scarborough - Map
4.8 out of 5 (19 reviews)

Top Hotels Near Scarborough

Oaks Mon Komo - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Oaks Mon Komo

99 Marine Parade, Redcliffe - Map
"nice hotel,close to beach"
enjoyed our one night, wished it was a longer stay
Traveller from NSW Australia
La Vida on Anzac - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

La Vida on Anzac

41 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe - Map
4.4 out of 5 (244 reviews)
Redvue Apartments - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Redvue Apartments

83 Marine Parade, Redcliffe - Map
"New management perhaps?"
1 bedroom apartment for 1 night: Booked the hotel before reading the reviews as it was in the perfect location and respectable budget. Once reading past reviews I became nervous.. Thankfully I suspect management has read the reviews and put in action what others have requested. I had a clean room (floors, walls, mirrors etc) & bathroom - everything worked (Air Con, lights, iron etc) and was perfectly self contained with plates/bowels/cups/cutlery and lots of sachets of coffee/sugar - even had a microwave! Only reason I didn't give 5 stars was because the walls are a little thin and the bed was only made with a sheet, no doona - which i later found in the cupboard but looked like it had served a few people prior to me - I wasn't cold, yet wasn't warm - only stayed the one night so didn't bother following up (checked in after hours as well)
Traveller from Western Australia
Redcliffe Motor Inn - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Redcliffe Motor Inn

125 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe - Map
"A good nights sleep. "
No Pool No Gym No Bar No restaurant No lounge No nightclub No view of beach. If what you want is a clean quite air-conditioned room, ensuite with enough hot water, free Wi-Fi and a comfortable bed with a servo across the road and within 1 km of a 7-11 and cafe strip then this is for you. If you need the pool try La Vida - mattresses are a bit older. If you need the pool and gym go Redvue. If you need pool gym and restaurant Proximity. If you want the lot, Mon Komo.
A Traveller
Bribie Island Hotel Motel - Bellara Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Bribie Island Hotel Motel

29 Sylvan Beach Esplanade, Bellara - Map
"Good Proximaty To Everything"
Wonderful food and secondhand shops all within walking distance.Such a pleasure to stay at a respectable hotel so close to all the things that are important to me.And the staff were exceptionally nice.
Traveller from Iswich
Brisbane International - Virginia - Boondall Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Brisbane International - Virginia

Zillmere Road, Boondall - Map
"Nice hotel"
We were only in hotel for an overnight and there for approx 7 hrs only. Nice hotel and nice staff but can't rate facilities as didn't use them. However was disappointed that on Wotif site it said hotel only 6 kms from airport. It was at least 12 or 14 kms and would choose to stay closer to airport next time or in town as taxi cost back to airport was very expensive.
Traveller from auckland, NZ
The Brisbane International Virginia is a four star property set amongst six acres of lush tropical gardens. The property has …More

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    Pocket Guide: Scarborough

    Perched by the seaside in Perth, there are some obvious advantages to booking a Scarborough hotel. Sun, surf, and beach culture are what it’s all about! Picture soft white sand, crystal clear blue waters, and panoramic views all the way to Fremantle in the south and Hillarys Boat Harbour in the north. If you’re still not convinced that this is the place to stay, the facts speak for themselves: Scarborough has the most accommodation options outside of the Perth CBD!

    Far from just a pretty seaside suburb, Scarborough played a leading role in Perth’s rock’n’roll history as the home of Scarborough Snake Pit, a famous 1950s party hangout. Named after an English beach resort in Yorkshire, on the east coast of Great Britain, Scarborough offers a history that you can delve into with the help of a Hidden History Walking Tour. All you need is the map and a smartphone or tablet to reap the rewards of this community project.

    On the beach, both locals and visitors compete with each other for the waves. Body-boarding, surfing, kite surfing and wind surfing are everyday activities on the foreshore. Many high-profile events also unfold on these Scarborough sands. The Indian Ocean Classic in December draws thousands to witness the sheer strength and determination put on display. For those who prefer to take part and aren’t quite ironman material, check out what’s on at the outdoor amphitheatre. All kinds of events, from beach cricket to music festivals and comedy shows, keep the crowds entertained. Weekend markets also make for wonderful and colourful browsing.

    If you should run out of sunblock or lose your towel, don’t fret. Every possible beach item you could need is readily available in the shops nearby, including some high-fashion finds. Capitalising on the same prime location you’ll find a mixture of restaurants and cafes overlooking the ocean, making for great brunch spots. If an icy cold milkshake still isn’t enough, you can find a stiffer drink in one of the many bars, pubs and clubs that have built up Scarborough’s reputation as the place to be seen at night.

    Getting around Scarborough is best on foot, though you can also hire bikes locally. To get away from the busy beach area, it’s just a 20 minute drive to Perth’s CBD or a quick trip on one of the regular buses travelling there. With a AU$30 million upgrade planned for Scarborough, the local attractions can only get bigger and better. Do you see now why everyone else is choosing to stay in this part of town? Don’t miss out – book your Scarborough accommodation to guarantee you’ll get sand between your toes on your next holiday.

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