Paradise Resort: Kids Stay, Play and Eat Free PLUS Save up to 40%


Like the idea of endless kilometres of beautiful beaches, relaxing (kid-free) cocktails by the pool and a kids’ club that the kids actually want to go to? You will want to check out these Paradise Resort deals.

Yes, it’s all happening in Paradise. No need to dig the passports out of the drawer, organise transport or deal with the dreaded jet lag either. All you need to do is book a trip to the Gold Coast.  

Welcome to paradise. Paradise Resort, that is.

If you’ve never heard of Paradise Resort, allow us to provide a brief snapshot. It’s best described as a mini-theme park or a cruise ship on land or heaven for kids and parents alike.

Paradise Resort has been voted Australia’s Best Family Resort NINE years in a row*. 

With stacks of family-friendly activities (waterpark, ice rink, pool, laser tag and rock climbing to name a few), the resort also caters to families of all ages. We’re talking affordable meals the kids will actually eat, year-round family entertainment, massive interconnecting rooms (with gaming consoles included) and so much more.

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Bold, bright and enough beds for families of five in Paradise Resort’s King Bunkhouse Room. Source: Supplied

Paradise Resort deals: Book now, save 40% AND kids stay, play & eat free. 

2020 is the time to grab your tribe head to the Gold Coast. Why? Because kids STAY, PLAY AND EAT free during certain dates. Plus, you can also score 40% off.

This will save you hundreds of dollars on your accommodation and meal costs. So make 2020 your year to take advantage of these crazy good Paradise Resort deals.

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8 (more) reasons to stay in Paradise 

In case you’re still not sure, these eight reasons may help you decide if Paradise Resort is the right destination for your dream holiday.

1. It all starts in the lobby

Yep. Even the lobby is awesome. Step inside and you’ll be greeted with the massive Dusty’s Jungle Gym! The kids can go bananas and you can check in without them tugging on your shirt and annoying you. It will be the best check-in experience of your life.

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Check-in sorted with Dusty’s Jungle Gym, a multi-level climbing frame. Source: Supplied

2. Zone 4 Kids’ Club

Zone 4 fun for kids = guilt-free adult time for us! Paradise Resort Kids’ Club is a whole new level of kids’ club. Honestly, this place is amazeballs and caters for kids aged 0-12. So, even us mums with babies can do the kids’ club drop and make a mad dash to the pool.

It’s got nine themed play spaces divided across age groups. Yes. NINE. There’s a Space Room, Captain’s Underwater World, Leonardo’s Painting Room, Egyptian Room, Astro’s Space Station, Dusty’s Safari, Krazy 4 Kraft, Magic Garden, and Junior Adventure Park.

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Each room is packed with different activities including such as movies, painting, pedal carts, even laser tag!  Source: Supplied

3. Zone 4 Adults’ Club

Okay, ready for my FAVOURITE thing about Paradise Resort? They have an adults’ only area! It’s like a kids’ club, but for grown-ups. The area has an outdoor spa plus plenty of lounge chairs and cabanas and features things like cocktail-making classes, wine and cheese tastings, cooking demos and even karaoke. Let the fun child-free times begin.

Most accommodation packages include a complimentary kids’ club session each day so you have plenty of chill in the adults-only area. Relax, read and indulge in an adult conversation that doesn’t end with: “No mummy can’t wipe your bum right now, she’s trying to have a chat.” Winning!

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Enjoy some much-needed adult time with not a single child touching you. Source: Supplied

4. Activities in abundance

In addition to the kids’ club activities, Paradise Resort has heaps of things for kids and families to do around the resort.

They have slime making and cupcake decorating workshops, plaster art, sand art, magic shows, fancy dress parades, a rock climbing wall and loads of movie nights.

And, best of all, no slime, glitter, plaster or sand to clean up afterwards.

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The daily activities will keep the littlies VERY busy. Source: Supplied

5. Lots of accommodation options

The resort has 360 rooms, all with balconies, and can cater for families with up to six children.

The Bunkhouse rooms have brightly painted bunk beds, and interconnecting rooms are available. Plus, these rooms also feature an Xbox with free DVD and game hire. Hello, chill-out time! Heck, you may even be able to take an afternoon nap while they battle it out on Xbox.

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Paradise Resort offers spacious rooms and enough beds to accommodate ALL the kids without having to sleep with a child’s foot in your face. Woot woot! Source: Supplied

6. Unreal facilities

The Gold Coast has plenty of theme parks, golden beaches and tourist attractions but if you stay at Paradise Resort you will never have any trouble getting the kids to pack up and go back to the hotel. In fact, you’re going to want to plan a few days just hanging at Paradise Resort so you can enjoy all the fun facilities and keep everyone happy. This place really is awesome fun. 

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Water play is always a winner! Source: Supplied

Kids LOVE getting wet, and central to this resort is a giant water playground, with a lagoon pool, heated spa, and two large Aqua Play attractions. The main water park is three stories high and has several slides, water cannons and climbing frames, as well as a giant bucket that fills with 600 litres of water before emptying over guests in an enormous splash.

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The Junior Water Park is ideal for smaller guests, complete with a slippery slide, water cannons and a toddlers’ paddling area with a gentle sloping beach entry.

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The resort even has its own ice-skating rink, Planet Chill, which offers daily lessons. Source: Supplied

7. No cooking, no cleaning up mealtimes

Paradise Resort has an adorable ‘50s-style diner The Bistro for casual and relaxed family dining. And they serve all your kids’ favourites too, like “I don’t know”, “I’m not hungry” and “I just want to go and play”.

For kids who don’t want to get out of the water for more than a few minutes, The Poolside Café & Bar is also a great option for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You can kickstart your day with a fresh juice or smoothie from the Poolside Juice Bar, and a barbecue night is held by the pool every Wednesday.

Oh, and they do the best pizzas!!

Did we mention that with the Paradise Resort deals, kids actually eat free? You will save a fortune staying here, that’s for sure.

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What’s for dinner? Whatever they want. You’re not cooking it! And you’re not cleaning up either. Source: Supplied

8. Ideal location

Everything at Paradise Resort is easy, even getting around. The resort is walking distance from the bright lights of Surfers Paradise and its shops, restaurants and golden sand beaches. No need to hire a car, jump on a tram or pay for a Maxi Taxi.

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Paradise Resort – the heart of Surfer’s Paradise. Source: Supplied

We know you are already dreaming about your next holiday so book one that everyone will enjoy.  Now’s the perfect time to do it too as we’ve discovered these Paradise Resort deals you really can’t pass up.

Kids Stay Play and Eat FREE + You SAVE up to 40% for a limited time

With travel on selected dates throughout 2020 you can save up to 40% plus the Kids will Stay, Play and EAT FREE!

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Secure your dates NOW with a one night deposit before they sell out! Make your 2020 family holiday one that is not only fun for the kids but relaxing for you too.

*Winner 9 years in a row ‘Best Family Resort in Australia’ in the Out and About with Kids Readers’ Choice awards.
This is a sponsored post for Paradise Resort


Avatar of Jenna Galley

Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

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