Relax in the resort town of Port Douglas, dotted with palm trees, pubs and packed full of that classic Queenslander lifestyle read more...
Luxury in the Far North
At the crosshairs of two World Heritage listed sites – the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest – Port Douglas is a humble fishing village that has made it big, boasting some of the best dining in North Queensland and tonnes of tours showcasing the local landscapes.
Enjoy the ultimate resort town experience by booking your stay at one of the 5-star hotels that call Port Douglas home. Whether you're on a romantic getaway with your special someone or enjoying a weekend away with friends, be pampered at Peppers Beach Club, put your stresses aside at Pullman's Sea Temple Resort and Spa or soak up the lavish surrounds at the Sheraton Mirage.
Stay near Four Mile Beach
Get your daily dose of vitamin D with ease by bunking close to Port Douglas' main sand strip, Four Mile Beach. The ribbon of beach lining the town's east is one of its greatest assets and you can take full advantage of it by choosing to stay at one of the nearby hotels.
Port Douglas accommodation close to Four Mile Beach includes the Mantra Portsea, Omkara Beachfront Villas and Mandalay Beachfront Apartments to name a few. Directly adjacent to the Esplanade you will find the Port Douglas Beachfront Terrace, with splendid views across the Coral Sea, and the luxurious Port Douglas Peninsula Hotel.
More choices on Macrossan Street
The most trod upon path throughout the tropical oasis that is Port Douglas is its main strip, Macrossan Street. Filled with cafes, restaurants, shops, galleries and plenty of accommodation choices, Macrossan Street is the best place to park it if you want to stay close to all the conveniences.
A collection of 16 two-and-three-bedroom luxury apartments await at Saltwater, while The Pavilions promise great value for money and an unbeatable location. The 4-star Regal Port Douglas has a great range of apartments with spas or Jacuzzis included, or take your pick of a sea-or-rainforest-view room at Reflections of Port Douglas.