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TravelPod Member ReviewsWaterview Airlie Beach
We stayed in a beautiful one-bedroom with patio unit looking out over Airlie Beach to the Whitsunday Islands. The room was pristine, well laid out and totally equipped and tastefully decorated in bright colours, which definitely made you feel that you were on a tropical vacation. The hosts, Bill and Jenny, were extremely friendly and attentive to all our needs and went out of their way in dropping and picking us up at Abel Point Marina when we took our Whitsunday cruise. Over the 4 days of our stay with them we became very good friends and have told them that if they should come to Vancouver, in the near future, that we will definitely reciprocate their friendship and show them our beautiful city of Vancouver. We would definitely recommend Waterview to any of our friends as we feel the kindness shown to us by Bill and Jenny was also being shown to all the other guests. This is what makes any facility outstanding.
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