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Hilton Surfers Paradise Residences - booking over NYE - minimum stay

kyle

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Has anyone stayed at the residences around NYE previously for less than five nights?

I'm looking to stay there for four nights or less over NYE, but any attempt to book NYE for under five nights will show no availability.

I am wondering if the hotel will lift the minimum stay requirement closer to the date. Currently have a refundable booking at another nearby hotel.

Any thoughts?
 

hydrabyss

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I have noticed Sydney has a minimum in the past which has dropped off as the date got closer. Unfortunately it was close to the date so hard to make plans that close.
 

kyle

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I have noticed Sydney has a minimum in the past which has dropped off as the date got closer. Unfortunately it was close to the date so hard to make plans that close.
That's good. My refundable booking at the other hotel is up to 6pm the day before. So I just have to keep tracking as I was hoping to stay at a ocean balcony room and see the fireworks.
 

Hillbilly64

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No - but unless you are a party animal book elsewhere. There is no double glazing and all you will hear all night (until 5am) is nightclub music.
 
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kyle

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No - but unless you are a party animal book elsewhere. There is no double glazing and all you will hear all night (until 5am) is nightclub music.
Yes I know how loud that place can be except on the quiet side but that kind of defeats my fireworks purpose.
 

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