Airlie Beach Hotel

Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Area

Indicative Rate * AU$205 to AU$350

Please Note: Due to Tropical Cyclone Debbie damage- The Airlie Beach Hotel is closed until February 2018.

At the Airlie Beach Hotel you are at the epicentre of Airlie Beach with easy access to the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday Islands and their many attractions. The Airlie Beach Hotel offers majestic island and ocean views on one side and the main street of Airlie Beach on the other.

With its unrivalled location at the 'hub of the esplanade', the Airlie Beach Hotel offers guests front door weekend markets, free live Sunday entertainment, shops, cafes, swimming pool, sailing and front-door tour pick ups.

Guests are spoilt for choice with three restaurants and a bottle shop onsite. Dine beachfront at the multi-award winning Capers on the Esplanade, watch the hustle and bustle of village street life from Mangrove Jacks or liven the tastebuds and your mood with a meal and margarita from Cactus Jack's.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Automatic Teller Machine
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Laundry
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • 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.
16 Airlie Esplanade
Corner Coconut Grove
Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

The Standard Twin town facing room with balcony, queen and single bed. Standard Town facing rooms also come with queen bed configuration.

Executive Ocean facing room with balcony, queen and single bed. Executive Ocean facing rooms also come in a king bed configuration.

Standard Ocean facing room with balcony and queen bed. Standard Ocean facing rooms also come in a queen bed and single configuration.

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