By The Sea Port Douglas

Port Douglas,

Indicative Rate * AU$125 to AU$650

By The Sea Port Douglas is a quiet, friendly, welcoming resort in the perfect location, beside the beach and on Macrossan Street.

With a wide range of comfortable four-star accommodation, from two- and three-bedroom apartments, to studios with beautiful ocean views, to cute and cosy rooms, there is something to suit every traveller.

Their passion is providing guests with a hassle-free, quiet, and relaxing holiday. Staff are always ready with a smile, to book your tours, provide local information, make restaurant recommendations, or chat about your day. Help yourself to complimentary beach towels and chairs, explore the town on free beach-cruiser bikes, and enjoy a huge library of books and DVDs.

The rooms are proudly maintained by a dedicated housekeeping team, and are self-contained with well-equipped kitchens, comfortable modern furnishings, and fast free wi-fi throughout the resort.

The girls at By The Sea hope to see you on your next visit to Port Douglas.

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our Rooms

Superior Studio Apartments overlooking  Four Mile Beach

Treat yourself to a sea view. These delightful king bed studio apartments directly overlook Four Mile Beach, and have rare and lovely views of the Coral Sea. Falling asleep to the cooling ocean breeze and the sounds of the sea is quite a treat.

Located on the second floor, these bright and airy holiday studios are newly refurbished with everything you should need. Comfortable king beds, modern furnishings, full kitchen facilities and of course a wonderful view.

Superior Studio Apartments overlooking the Pool and with Partial Sea View

Treat yourself to a sea view! These delightful king bed superior studio apartments have lovely side views of Four Mile Beach and also overlook this resort's pretty pool.

Located primarily on the first floor, these bright and airy holiday studios are newly refurbished with everything you should need. Comfortable king beds, modern furnishings, full kitchen facilities and of course a lovely view.

Standard bedding is a king bed. Alternative bedding configuration is two singles beds. Both have the additional option of an additional sofa bed or single bed on request.

Studios with Balcony and Barbecue

These delightful king bed superior studio apartments are on the first floor of By the Sea Port Douglas. Comfortable king beds, modern furnishings, full kitchen facilities and a very pleasant outdoor balcony setting complete with barbecue. They are cheaper simply because they do not have a sea view.

Standard bedding configuration is a king bed. Alternative bedding configuration is two king single beds and optional sofa bed on request

Superior Studio Apartments for four people

By the Sea Port Douglas offer two types of holiday studios for four people. One at unbeatable value for those who want the comfort, facilities and premium location this resort affords, but are not fussed about spending extra for separate bedrooms. This apartment is called Studio 44 on the web site/online booking for this resort.

The other is a superior two bedroom studio called Seaside Seclusion. This is a spacious and secluded superior king bed studio apartment with an additional bedroom and two balconies (one for sunset drinks and the other for dining), one with partial sea views.

Both have private barbecue facilities, king and two single beds (or two king singles) and private laundry facilities.

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Apartments with Stunning Rainforest Views

By the Sea has two types of 2 bedroom 2 bathroom apartments both with stunning outdoor balconies overlooking rainforest. One is called Rainforest Terrace which has a larger interior area (89 metres squared) and a nine metre balcony. The bedrooms in the Rainforest Terrace each have ensuites.

The other is called the Rainforest Canopy and whilst spacious (78 metres squared) it is not as large as the Rainforest Terrace apartment, it is more than made up for by it's particularly stunning outdoor living overlooking rainforest.

Cute Cosie Studios with Tropical Garden

Cheapest and cutest option.

These lovely little studios might be a modest sounding 28 metres squared, but they are very cute and very comfortable and provide everything you should need for a relaxing beachside holiday.

Each has full cooking facilities, large high definition television and free internet. Most have a lovely outdoor living area overlooking rainforest. One has a private courtyard.

2 Bedroom Jelly Bean Villa

This beautiful villa is as beachfront as you can get in Port Douglas with lovely sea views from each floor while still on the main street! The ground floor has a spacious living and dining area, well-equipped kitchen, as well as a large outdoor patio with table setting, and private barbecue.

Upstairs, the master bedroom has an en-suite , and there is a large family bathroom with bathtub and separate shower. There is also an additional third bathroom with laundry facilities on the ground floor.

Full facilities including free wi-fi, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, beach towels and chairs, access to hundreds of DVDs, free bike hire, tour bookings and advice. *Please note, no mid-servicing but plenty of spare linen and towels provided.

3 Bedroom Jelly Bean Villa

This beautiful villa is as beachfront as you can get in Port Douglas with lovely sea views from each floor while still on the main street! The ground floor has a spacious living and dining area, well-equipped kitchen, as well as a large outdoor patio with table setting, and private barbecue.

Upstairs, the master bedroom has an en-suite , and there is a large family bathroom with bathtub and separate shower. There is also an additional third bathroom with laundry facilities on the ground floor.

Full facilities including free wi-fi, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, beach towels and chairs, access to hundreds of DVDs, free bike hire, tour bookings and advice. *Please note, no mid-servicing but plenty of spare linen and towels provided.

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