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Peppers Beach Club and Spa - Palm Cove - Palm Cove Hotels

Peppers Beach Club and Spa - Palm Cove

123 Williams Esplanade, Palm Cove - Map
"Perfect hotel with swim up bar."
Very friendly and helpful staff. Resort was very clean and had all the required amenities. Will definitely recommend this place to other couples and families.
A Traveller
Palm Cove is Tropical North Queensland's most intimate beachfront getaway. And Peppers Beach Club & Spa offers the most …More
Paradise Palms Resort & Country Club - Kewarra Beach Hotels

Paradise Palms Resort & Country Club

Paradise Palms Drive, Kewarra Beach - Map
"Great Stay"
Beautiful hotel, staff was friendly, would recommend to anyone.
A Traveller
Alamanda Palm Cove by Lancemore - Palm Cove Hotels

Alamanda Palm Cove by Lancemore

1 Veivers Road, Palm Cove - Map
"A wonderfully relaxing place to stay"
We spent four days in the Alamanda in a 2 bedroom suite as part of a family reunion. The suite was spacious, comfortable. clean and surprisingly well-equipped - it felt more like a home than a hotel. The location is superb - right on the beach and backing on to a creek (sadly we never saw the crocodile that was reputed to live there!). And the facilities (three pools, including one for adults only) were all we could wish for.
Traveller from London
Acacia Court Hotel - Cairns North Hotels

Acacia Court Hotel

223-227 Esplanade, Cairns North - Map
"Good location."
Seemed to be itchy in the bed. No traces of bed bugs though.
Traveller from Potts Point, Sydney.
Shangri-La Hotel, The Marina - Cairns Hotels

Shangri-La Hotel, The Marina

Pierpoint Road, Cairns - Map
"On the waterfront at the Marina"
Very nice hotel where we had a club suite; one of their best rooms and perhaps the most comfortable I have ever stayed in. Bed luxurious. The room was very nicely designed with a large terrace and drinks/food 5-7pm and breakfast thrown in; as that can cost more than the other rooms + meals this was a good deal. Hotel staff very helpful and friendly and always willing to go that extra mile e.g. a little more food/drink after 7pm in the club room. Romantic view outside over the marina at night. Unfortunately this was a very short stay due to flights; would have liked to spend a couple of days at least here.
Traveller from London
Mantra Amphora - Palm Cove Hotels

Mantra Amphora

49-63 Williams Esplanade, Palm Cove - Map
Was a great hotel with lots of room and very clean. Perfect location on the esplanade and very lovely staff.
A Traveller
Rydges Plaza Cairns - Cairns Hotels

Rydges Plaza Cairns

Corner Grafton And Spence Streets, Cairns - Map
"Nice Hotel and Good Location"
We were so happy to see how nice our room was. Best one so far on our trip to Australia. The beds were comfortable, the bathroom was nice and the staff was very friendly. The location was great as well. Close to the wharf, beach and many shops.
Traveller from Phoenix, Arizona
The Hotel Cairns - Cairns Hotels

The Hotel Cairns

Cnr Abbott And Florence Street, Cairns - Map
Everything is ok. No complains and no surprise. The staff there is very good. The breakfast is suitable for asian people.
A Traveller
Cairns Sheridan Hotel - Cairns North Hotels

Cairns Sheridan Hotel

295 Sheridan Street, Cairns North - Map
No room available so they gave me a full upgrade which was very nice !!! Well done, seem less service
A Traveller
Rydges Esplanade Resort Cairns - Cairns North Hotels

Rydges Esplanade Resort Cairns

209-217 Abbott Street, Cairns North - Map
"Nice resort close to Boardwalk."
The ocean view room is spectacular overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The resort is within walking distance from the city along the boardwalk.
A Traveller

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    Where to stay in Cairns?

    Whether you want to snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef, white water raft down the Barron River, or ride the Kuranda Skyrail through a rainforest, Cairns is the holiday destination of a lifetime. The gateway to some of the best Queensland has to offer, this northern Australia city also has plenty of local shops, produce markets, and Aboriginal culture. Cairns has something for both relaxed and adventure travellers. Visit this lively city with family, friends, or alone—you won’t be disappointed.

    Things to Do in Cairns

    As one of the most popular destinations in all of Australia, Cairns offers a variety of adventures suitable for all tastes. Perhaps the biggest draw in this area is the Great Barrier Reef, where there are a number of ways to experience this natural wonder. Day trips to the reef can be boarded from Cairns, as can longer-lasting cruises and other tours to the area. And aside from the reef, there is an assortment of other aquatic adventures to undertake. Whitewater rafting in this region is quite popular, as Cairns is home to several raging rivers. Those who seek a more serene scene, however, can stretch out on the relaxing sands of the Palm Cove community.

    There’s a lot to do outside of the water as well. A tour of Daintree Rainforest, just to the north of Cairns, presents you with an opportunity to explore an incredible region of the tropics that’s unlike anywhere else on Earth. And the Kuranda Scenic Railway, which winds through the Macalister Mountain Range is a transportation marvel that’s not to be missed. The Cairns Tropical Zoo is also another popular spot, as is the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, which features more than 1,500 species of majestic tropical butterflies.

    Weather in Cairns

    The tropical monsoon climate in which Cairns is located makes for extremely wet weather from November through May, while the complementary June till October dry season is cooler, though still receives lots of rain. Precipitation in the wet season regularly exceeds 400mm per month, when temperatures are relatively steamy. Unsurprisingly, floods are common in the wet season as the Barron and Mulgrave Rivers are prone to overflowing. And cyclones in Cairns are regular occurrences as well, though the city only experiences significant ones every few years.

    Hotels and Accommodation in Cairns

    Cairns accommodation spans the needs of all travellers. Whether you want a budget hotel by the beach or are looking to indulge in a Cairns 5-star accommodation, the city has a room to fit your needs check list. Book Cairns hotels right here on today, where our passion for travel means we always find the best hotel deals at the top accommodation.

    Travel Basics

    Getting to Cairns by air is easy thanks to the Cairns Airport (CNS), which is the gateway to Northern Queensland and the Cairns metropolitan area. Once you’re in the city, the Sunbus runs regular public transportation service in and around Cairns. You can also make use of taxi service, or rent a car hire right here on to enjoy more scheduling freedom on your holiday. For a more eco-friendly option, hire a bicycle from a local vendor.

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