Cairns Beach Resort

Holloways Beach, Cairns Area

Indicative Rate * AU$100 to AU$270

Beachfront location - The Cairns Beach Resort is an ideal base for exploring all that the Region has to offer.

Located at Holloways Beach - The Cairns Beach Resort is the closest beachfront accommodation to Cairns, just 12 minutes north of the City, 12 minutes from the airport, and just metres from the warm tropical water of the Coral Sea.

Their resort offers everything a guest needs to create a home away from home on the beach. The one bedroom apartments have private balconies which overlook beautifully landscaped gardens and pool area, or the Coral Sea.

Each apartment is equipped with a self-contained kitchen and laundry facilities. The bedroom offers split King beds, which can be utilised as two single beds, with a sofa bed in the living room.

There are restaurants on the beach and nearby, a small shopping centre for basics, and regular public bus service into Cairns. The resort has a full tour desk, internet kiosk, wireless internet access, and the staff are very knowledgeable on local attractions and can provide excellent advice on what to do and where to go.

Simple Pleasures - Pure Relaxation - think Cairns Beach Resort.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
129 Oleander Street
Holloways Beach, Cairns Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Sea View Apartments

Simple pleasures - pure relaxation. At the beach with beautiful gardens, the apartments are one bedroom, fully self-contained and have large balconies, fans and air-conditioning, laundry and free car parking. The apartments have separate bedroom, bathroom and kitchen and adjoining dining and living areas. These apartments have views to the ocean and over the gardens.

Premium Seaview

Simple pleasures - pure relaxation. At the beach with beautiful gardens, the apartments are one bedroom, fully self-contained and have large balconies, fans and air-conditioning, laundry and free car parking. The apartments have separate bedroom, bathroom and kitchen and adjoining dining and living areas. These apartments are much larger than the standard apartments and have full sea views.

Garden Apartments

Simple pleasures - pure relaxation. At the beach with beautiful gardens, the apartments are one bedroom, fully self-contained and have large balconies, fans and air-conditioning, laundry and free car parking. The apartments have separate bedroom, bathroom and kitchen and adjoining dining and living areas. These apartments have recently been renovated and have views over the gardens.

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