Hotel Sumview


  • Standard room $78
  • Superior room $86
  • Executive room $92


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Hotel Sumview

Located in the heart of Oceania relax and spoil yourself at this five star palace of enjoyment. With all year round sunshine, the hotel's facilities and outstanding service will ensure that your holiday will be one you will remember with fondness for many years to come.

Hotel Sumview

The hotel is well known for its octagonal swimming pool, eighteen hole golf course, spa facilities and fine restaurants.

Hotel Dining:

  • Rhombus Restaurant
    Taking reservations for Xmas 2018
  • Tetrahedron Terrace
    Available for lunch and dinner
  • Bar Chart Bar
    Happy hour 6pm - 8pm
  • Calculus Cafe
    Buffet Lunch only

Hotel bedroom

If a large family pays $4482 for 9 nights. Can you work out what combination of rooms they had?



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"My whole family really enjoyed their stay at the Hotel Sumview. My son wouldn't come out of the octagonal pool and my wife treated herself to an afternoon at the Spa. I spent my time looking for fish indices!"

Al Gebra
Saturday, March 17, 2018

A Mathematics Lesson Starter Of The Day


Topics: Starter | Money

  • Dia Gonal, Integer
  • This was such a relaxing hotel. The spa was gorgeous and the pool was fabulous.
  • Trudi, Sheffield
  • Good to see some Functional starters, Thanks!
  • Mr Benson's Year 5 Maths Group, Reading England
  • This was very challenging, but we got it in the end.
  • Mr Jennings, Balshaws High School
  • A great destination. We hope to see the place again next year. Only 365 days and counting.
  • Travis Duffy, St Bendans
  • This is a wonderful thing to do, my Year 6 class did this and we found it very challenging, but we had a great time trying to work it out and once we knew how to do it it was easy! I would love to see more of this happening.
  • Justin Bieber,
  • My family loved the room and the food. I loved the food there and it was great. We stayed for 2 weeks and my daughter Lily didn't want to leave. I thought our bathroom was great. And the cleaners did a great job!
  • Chelsea, Sheffield
  • It was an amazing holiday and I would want to go again but not with my family... with my friends.

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3 standard rooms at $78 $234
2 superior rooms at $86 $172
1 executive rooms at $92 $92

Total per night $498
Total for 9 nights $4482

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