Pullman Cairns International

Indicative Rate * AU$260 to AU$495

A personal welcome to Pullman Cairns International, located in the heart of tropical Cairns and gateway to the world famous Great Barrier Reef and lush World Heritage listed Rainforest.

This unique hotel reflects the ambience and spirit of Far North Queensland with cool tiled floors, deep windows and magnificent vistas of the harbour, city and mountains. Pullman Cairns International is within walking distance of the casino, convention centre, cruise terminal, railway station and shopping centres, including the night markets.

The hotel sets the benchmark in luxury accommodation, unmatched in attentive service where you can check in and chill out with a sense of connectivity, calm and serenity.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Day Spa
  • Foreign Currency Exchange
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Public Telephone
  • 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

City Mountain View

These luxurious rooms with private balconies include your choice of a queen sized bed or two double beds. Each room features in-built wardrobes, allowing plenty of room to hang your garments, plus lovely white robes to make you truly feel like you're on holidays. Bathrooms are also spacious, featuring classic Italian marble. Your balcony includes furniture to sit and enjoy the view over the lush tropical mountains beyond the lights of this tropical city. Inside the room, a comfortable table and chairs allows for reading, play or chat, plus a desk is provided for work. Internet can be connected via Wi-Fi or network cable.

Harbour View

Watch the boats make their way from your private balcony, or get up early and see the sun rise over the Coral Sea. Your bedding configuration consists of your choice of either one queen bed, or two double beds. Built in wardrobes and luggage storage will provide plenty of room and beautiful white robes are provided for that feeling of true luxury. In the bathroom you'll find plenty of space, Italian marble and back-heated mirrors to avoid fog. If you're there to work, their rooms contain a desk with internet access, plus plenty of space to relax. A comfortable table and soft chairs by the glass windows is perfect for enjoying in room dining, watching television or enjoying a drink while admiring the view.

Premium Harbour View

Spacious, stylish and with premium ocean views, there is simply no nicer place to stay. Rooms feature private balconies overlooking the Cairns Harbour, Trinity Inlet and out to the Coral Sea. Premium Harbour View rooms feature your choice of an ultra-comfortable king sized bed, or two double beds. Bathrooms feature unique red Italian marble finishings and C.O. Bigelow brand toiletries. Internet access is available. Enjoy a glass of champagne on your balcony whilst you enjoy the spectacular views, or relax and enjoy your premium room - the choice is yours.

Executive Suite

Located on the fifteenth and sixteenth floors, Executive Suites have sweeping views over the Harbour or City and Mountain landscapes. These suites feature a separate living room, kitchenette and toilet on one side and a full sized hotel bedroom and luxury bathroom, with separate bath and shower, on the other. You can work and relax in two separate areas. A large dividing door slides neatly into the wall during the day to open the suite up, or separate the two areas at night if one of you would like to watch television or work. All Pullman Cairns International luxuries are present, such as spacious living, private balconies, Italian marble bathrooms, white robes, C.O. Bigelow amenities, plus small touches like slippers to make your experience complete.

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