Cairns

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8 reviews
This luxury development in Cairns includes a nightclub, rainforest conservatory, five restaurants and a casino. — Insight Guides
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Palm Cove
5 reviews
There's a lovely beach just across the street, but if the ocean doesn't call you... there are three pools (one saltwater) in the resort complex, as well as two hot tubs. — Fodor's
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6 reviews
The 255-room Shangri-La is a luxury hotel in Cairns with a cool, modern tropical vibe and plenty of luxe touches. — Oyster
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3 reviews
This plantation-style property, with its white shutters, verandas, and latticework screens, has a very Queensland feel to it. — The Telegraph
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2 reviews
In one of the best locations here, on a slight rise overlooking the bay and marina, this striking...resort is a 10-minute stroll from the casino and main shopping and tourist center. — Star Service
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3 reviews
A decent midranger in a nifty spot close to the centre, Coral Tree Inn has the goods to keep the comfort-conscious happy without breaking the bank. — Lonely Planet
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Palm Cove
4 reviews
Behind a grove of melaluca trees across the street from the beach, the main hotel in this resort has rooms and apartments with touches of Queensland colonial style. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
One of Cairns' original high-rise hotels, the trimuphant Plaza is freshly refurbished and under new ownership. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
The large pool, complete with swim-up bar and a little sandy beach, is the focus of this attractive six-story resort built in 1997 and completely refurbished in 2008. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
Despite its lack of glitz, this 14-story hotel has been the choice of a number of movie stars while on location in Cairns. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
Facing the slightly inferior The Reef Hotel Casino, this well-run tropical resort (formerly known as The Sebel) holds high standards and blends local ownership with fine foreign management — Star Service
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3 reviews
This is a reliable upper-middle-range DoubleTree chain outpost with a fantastic location on the edge of the popular Esplanade area — Oyster
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2 reviews
The resort is a cluster of rooms tucked away in a dense vine forest. Each room is private and roomy, with wooden floors and a balcony looking into the forest. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
A sprawling resort that provides an affordable, all-in-one holiday destination for families, with a huge number of kids' amenities and some decent features for adults, too. — Oyster
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2 reviews
This low-key, palm-shaded beachfront slice of paradise has camping, cabins and contemporary bungalows, the best of which have direct ocean views — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
Tucked back one row of buildings from the beach is this little gem—a collection of contemporary studios and suites built around a swimming pool in a grove of palms and silver Paperbarks. — Frommer's
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Queensland
2 reviews
This is a modern, sophisticated hotel, renovated in 2004, with swish, spacious rooms, all with balconies either overlooking the marina or the mountains. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
Built in 1887, this two-story Queenslander is a relaxed six-guestroom B&B with spacious communal areas and an alfresco breakfast area. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
The ‘G spot’ is pricey, impersonal and very loud, but all rooms at this flashpacker resort have en suites and most have balconies. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
This popular hostel has a tropical garden with hammocks, pool table, bunk-free dorms, fresh linen and towels, free wi-fi and a relaxed vibe. — Lonely Planet
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