Australia's Hilton Surfers Paradise on the market for $60M

The Hilton Surfers Paradise in Australia is on the market for $60 million. 

The hotel sale includes four food and beverage outlets, day-spa facilities, a pool deck, 89 parking spaces and the ­management rights to the Hilton Residences pool. The deadline for interest in the property is April 16.

Dan McVay, whose agency is marketing the Hilton, told the Gold Coast Bulletin worldwide demand for hotels had combined with national economic factors to create the best sales environment seen in years.

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The hotel is just one of many nearby hotels for sale, with the Sofitel at Broadbeach recently changing hands. Oasis shopping centre, the Paradise Resort, and a suburban shopping centre have sold to Australian buyers in the past five weeks, deals that all together are worth approximately $200 million.

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