Pullman Port Douglas Sea Temple Resort and Spa

Port Douglas,

Indicative Rate * AU$299 to AU$1299

Located in one of the most internationally acclaimed locations in Australia on Four Mile Beach, Pullman Port Douglas Sea Temple Resort and Spa has been designed with the utmost luxury and relaxation in mind.

Set amidst a tropical oasis in Tropical North Queensland, this spectacular resort blends seamlessly with the surrounding landscape; luxuriously designed with oriental accents and sandstone pillars that are echoed throughout the resort. With 130 beautifully appointed studio rooms and elegant two and three bedroom apartments, this magnificent resorts also features stunning villas with exclusive plunge pools and luxury swim-out apartments and an impressive penthouse with roof-top spa and barbecue area, separate living and dining, relaxing spa bath and furnished private balconies.

As a guest to this beautiful resort, enjoy exclusive access to an array of recreation facilities including; an expansive lagoon pool, five-star Day Spa with couples room and Vichy shower treatments, nearby18-hole Championship Links-Style Golf Course, gymnasium two bars and on-site restaurant.

Sophisticated, stylish and indulgent, this luxurious tropical hide-away is the perfect destination to restore, relax and re-energize the mind, body and soul - ideal for families, couples and holiday makers alike.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Day Spa
  • Foreign Currency Exchange
  • Gymnasium
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our rooms

Sea Temple Resort and Spa Port Douglas offers a range of living options that while unique, collectively welcome the natural elements of its tropical surrounds through elegant design and complete luxury.

Sea Temple Resort and Spa Port Douglas offers a range of living options that while unique, collectively welcome the natural elements of its tropical surrounds through elegant design and complete luxury.

Sea Temple Resort and Spa Port Douglas offers a range of living options that while unique, collectively welcome the natural elements of its tropical surrounds through elegant design and complete luxury.

Each apartment contains two bedrooms and one bathroom. Also featuring modern kitchen and laundry facilities, with a living area influenced with sandstone, timber and flowing fabrics. Other features include in-house movies, DVD and compact disc player, broadband internet and 24 hour in-room dining. Each apartment has undercover parking and balcony area and your choice of a private plunge pool, swim out to lagoon pool or private roof top spa with barbecue.

Sea Temple Resort and Spa Port Douglas offers a range of living options that while unique, collectively welcome the natural elements of its tropical surrounds through elegant design and complete luxury.

Each apartment contains a king size bed or two single beds, featuring a large ensuite with deluxe spa bath. Extra features include in-house movies, broadband internet, 24 hour in-room dining and balcony area.

Each apartment contains a king size bed or two single beds, featuring a large ensuite with deluxe spa bath. Extra features include in-house movies, broadband internet, 24 hour in-room dining and balcony area.

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