Cairns Queens Court

Cairns, Cairns Area

Indicative Rate * AU$76.50 to AU$205.00

Staying in the heart of Australia's premier holiday destination, Cairns Queens Court presents a convenient location as you brace yourself for the breathtaking Great Barrier Reef, Port Douglas and Cape Tribulation region.

Consisting of 81 rooms, Cairns Queens Court is a family run hotel that offers a wide choice of room styles at exceptional value. All rooms comprise of modern décor and disabled rooms are available on request (subject to availability).

Cairns Queens Court is centrally located close to the city centre, the Cairns Esplanade, and Cairns Central Shopping Centre.

Queens Court offers a perfect location from which to explore the Great Barrier Reef and World Heritage listed rainforest, whether on a tour or at your own leisure. Tours to the Great Barrier Reef, Green Island, Fitzroy Island, Port Douglas, Cape Tribulation, Kuranda Scenic Railway and Skyrail can be arranged through their reception team.

Staff are fully knowledgeable on all tours and are happy to advise which attractions and tours are available to make your stay more enjoyable. Bookings can be made at the hotel with tour operators.

At Queens Court you can be assured of a welcoming and comfortable stay.

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
167-173 Sheridan Street
Cairns, Cairns Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Family Room (Interconnecting)

The Family Room comprises two interconnecting bedrooms with private bathroom to sleep up to four people. The master bedroom has a queen bed, LCD flat screen television, direct dial telephone, clock radio, refrigerator, tea and coffee facilities, a room safe and wireless internet connection. Connected to second bedroom with two single beds. This room also has television, refrigerator and tea and coffee making facilities.

All family rooms include daily light continental breakfast and wifi.

Rates given are for three people, extra person charge applies for fourth person, as per rate chart.

Budget Room (Shared Bathroom)

Comfortable and affordable accommodation in Cairns for the budget conscious traveller. Rooms have twin bedding (two single beds), or double bedding. Rooms are air conditioned, television, tea and coffee facilities, a room safe, telephone, clock radio, and fridge. Complimentary light continental breakfast and Wifi are included in the tariff.

Studio Self-Contained Suite

Studio Self-Contained Suites will give you a little more independence and comfort with a full kitchen and dining table. They are spacious, featuring queen and single bedding or king split and single bedding. A studio sleeps up to three people.

Studio Suites feature high speed broadband internet, kitchenette with cook top and microwave, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery, dining table and chairs, individual split air conditioning, ceiling fans, clock radio, room telephone with voicemail. Ensuite with full bathroom amenities, hair dryer

The Studio Self Contained Suites are serviced daily and include a light continental buffet breakfast and free wifi

Superior Room

The superbly appointed Superior rooms are just right for the holiday maker or business traveller. With a private bathroom and a little extra comfort; there is a desk, wireless internet, microwave and refrigerator. A room safe, clock radio, television and telephone. All superior rooms include daily a light continental breakfast and Wifi.

Premier Suite

Deluxe, spacious and luxurious Premier Suites offer exceptional comfort. With more space and more facilities; luxury bathroom, and balcony, Austar cable television, ADSL Broadband internet and more. Premier Suites feature ceiling fans, balconies, individual split air-conditioning, microwave, and tea and coffee facilities. Rates include continental buffet breakfast and free wifi, rooms are serviced daily.

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