Mantra Circle On Cavill
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMantra Circle On Cavill Surfers Paradise
The apartment block is located perfectly for the Surfer's experience. Just outside the building is the tram, taxi stand, bus and the centre of the city, Cavill Mall.
The apartments are basically well appointed and the views are spectacular. We had a double bedroom and views over the beach/ coast and the city/ hinterland.
Daily service included is a nice bonus. Enough room for four adults with a lounge and separate dining area, with the main suite including the spa.
Great spot, clean, views to die for and spacious. Ticks all the boxes!
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