Mantra French Quarter

Noosa Heads, Noosa Area

Indicative Rate * AU$255 to AU$605

Located on Hastings Street, Mantra French Quarter is the perfect place to enjoy a seaside escape to Noosa. The resort combines an idyllic location with quality contemporary accommodation and a unique charm.

With coastal inspired accommodation, you will simply ease into relax mode. Choose from One and Two Bedroom Apartments or, to make the most of your Noosa getaway, why not upgrade to the Deluxe or Deluxe Poolside option? Whether relaxing on your balcony, or whipping up a meal in the kitchen, everything is easy at Mantra French Quarter.

With facilities galore at the resort, not a moment will go wasted. Hire a poolside beanbag for a day and splash around in the lagoon pool, relax in the spa or sauna, or if you’re feeling adventurous why not hire a paddleboard and make your way to the beach.

Noosa’s famed restaurants and cafes are on the doorstep and the National Park is just a short stroll away. Enjoy boutique shopping in the renowned Hastings Street, explore the Noosa Farmer’s Markets or simply spend your day enjoying the sun, sand and ocean.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our Rooms

2 Bedroom Deluxe Apartment

The Two Bedroom Deluxe Apartments are suitable for four or five guests and are their most spacious and fitted out. In the kitchen is a convection microwave oven, dishwasher and two-door refrigerator while in the lounge room is a LCD television and DVD.

This room type also features a second bathroom with a walk in shower and bedding includes a queen bed and two single beds. A fifth guest can be accommodated on the sofa bed (additional charge applies).

1 Bedroom Apartment

You will have your own kitchenette including a stove top, microwave, bar fridge, toaster and tea and coffee facilities and be sleeping on a queen bed. There is also a balcony or terrace.

2 Bedroom Apartment

You will have your own kitchenette including a stove top, microwave, bar fridge, toaster and tea and coffee facilities and a queen bed. This room type has a second bathroom with a walk in shower and an additional two single beds in the second room. There is also a balcony or terrace.

1 Bedroom Deluxe Apartment

These modern refurbished rooms have a LCD television, DVD player and in the kitchen is a convection microwave oven and dishwasher. Bedding is a queen bed.

2 Bedroom Deluxe Poolside Apartment

The Two Bedroom Deluxe Poolside Apartment includes a kitchenette, living area with digital television and movies on demand. Bedding is inclusive of one queen and two single beds.

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