Be immersed in the sophisticated yet casual charm of this boutique-style resort, superbly resting just 100 metres from the delightful Macrossan Street precinct. Guests can opt for hotel rooms, or self-contained suites with the convenience of a fully-equipped kitchen and private balcony, perfect for outdoor dining, and a whirlpool spa to relax in. Bask in the sun on Four Mile Beach just a 10-minute stroll away, cool off in the resort’s outdoor Romanesque mosaic-tiled pool, complete with cascading waterfall, and bliss out in the spa.
Why we recommend the Mantra in the Village
- Close to Macrossan Street precinct
- 10-minute walk to Four Mile Beach
- Hotel rooms and self-contained suites
- Tuscan-style pool with waterfall
- Wi-Fi internet access
Attractions near the Mantra in the Village
The taste of the tropics
If you appreciate good food, wine and culture, Port Douglas is your ideal tropical destination. Events held throughout the year showcase some of the region’s best local flavours, produce and cultural highlights.
Don’t miss the 10-day Carnivale festival in May, which holds events in Port Douglas, the Daintree and Mossman. The festival’s foodie events include the Longest Lunch, Taste of Port, Chandon Lunch, Palates of Port and the Seafood Extravaganza. Other exciting events include the Macrossan Street Parade, medieval jousting, the Mossman rodeo, a street art and music festival, sporting events, and many art and photography exhibitions.
A trip to the Tablelands
Nestled between the Daintree Rainforest and the Coral Sea, Port Douglas is the ideal destination to discover the untouched nature of Far North Queensland. Approximately 90 minutes drive southwest lies the picturesque Atherton Tablelands. Perched atop the mountain range west of Cairns, this region is home to impressive waterfalls, wildlife and rainforest.
Drive the Tablelands’ Waterfall Circuit and see the 90-metre-tall Mungalli Falls. Take a dip in a deep crater lake, or look out for platypus, kangaroos and birdlife on a bushwalk, and wander the quaint streets of Kuranda and its daily produce and craft markets. This mountain village is home to Australia’s biggest butterfly display and the Australian Venom Zoo.
|Balcony / terrace (some rooms)||Laundry room|
|Baby sitting||Swimming pool|
|Health club or gym||Parking|
|Microwave (some rooms)||Refrigerator|
|Internet wireless fee||Internet (wireless)|
|Cable TV||Iron and ironing board|
|In room safe||Telephone|
|Tea and coffee making facilities||Kitchenette|