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Centrally located in Surfers Paradise, The Cavill Hotel truly embodies the life and energy of the Gold Coast with a one-of-a-kind sports bar, function venues, bars and restaurants serving modern Australian cuisine.

About Us

At The Cavill Hotel you’ll be tapping into the lifeline of Surfers Paradise to experience the best of this iconic strip through live entertainment, delicious beach-inspired modern Australian cuisine, and refreshing beverages.

At The Cavill Hotel we’re breathing new life into this iconic Gold Coast hotspot, and celebrating its rich history and long-standing reputation. This restaurant at Surfers Paradise draws inspiration from the iconic beaches, delicious gastronomy and heaving social atmosphere exuding Gold Coast charm and hospitality.

Our customers are like family, so let us welcome you to our little slice of paradise. Settle in for a delicious feast of share plates, pub classics, fresh seafood and a hearty grill selection with our all day bistro menu delivering a diverse modern Australian cuisine that caters to every taste.

Food & Drinks at Cavill Hotel
Hotelier Jim Cavill

Let our talented bartenders at The Cavill Hotel take you through our expansive drinks offering with local and international wines besides craft and contemporary beers. You also can’t go wrong with a cocktail in hand, so let our bar experts shake up a classic cocktail or let their creative talents run wild with a house speciality.

At our newly renovated gaming lounge, you’ll find the latest machines so you can enjoy the ultimate player experience. With Keno bars and pokies designed with the customer in mind, be treated to modern games and superior service with complimentary tea and coffee whilst you play.

We have hotelier Jim Cavill to thank for making the glitter strip what it is today, after launching the iconic Surfers Paradise Hotel in 1925 and rejuvenating this previously sleepy beachside town. He had such an impression on the area, including coming up with the name Surfers Paradise, that the street of his original hotel was renamed Cavill Avenue in his honour.