Bellevue At Trinity Beach

Trinity Beach, Cairns Area

Indicative Rate * AU$180 to AU$400

Bellevue at Trinity Beach is a luxury holiday complex situated on an elevated position overlooking the Coral Sea. Bellevue has the best views on Trinity Beach. It has exclusive unrestricted Ocean View one, two and three bedroom fully self contained apartments and one and two bedroom garden view apartments.

It offers secure parking, lift to all Ocean View apartment floors, large lap swimming pool, and a barbecue area.

All tours pick up from Trinity Beach daily with brochures and free bookings available at reception. Bellevue at Trinity is only 15 minutes north of Cairns with a regular bus service daily to Cairns. Airport transfers can be arranged or a hire car waiting at the airport. Family Tavern and bottle shop next door with several restaurants within minutes walk.

Bellevue at Trinity is ideal for a tropical holiday - it's a piece of heaven on the hill.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • 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.
88 - 90 Moore Street
21
Trinity Beach, Cairns Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom Garden

One Bedroom fully self contained garden view apartment with fully equipped kitchen and laundry. They are air conditioned, with fans, large flat screen television, DVD and stereo player, an additional television in main bedroom, large three corner spa bath in en-suite, and a large patio.

2 Bedroom Garden

Two bedroom, two bathroom fully self contained garden view apartment with large three corner spa bath in en-suite, television in main bedroom, large flat screen television in living area, air conditioned, with fans, and a large patio.

1 Bedroom Ocean

Bellevue At Trinity Beach one bedroom fully self-contained apartment with fully equipped kitchen and laundry. They are air conditioned, with fans, large flat screen television, and an additional television in main bedroom, en-suite with spa bath, and exclusive unrestricted ocean views from every large private balcony.

Bellevue At Trinity Beach offers a two bedroom fully self-contained apartment with exclusive unrestricted ocean views from every large private balcony.

Bellevue At Trinity Beach offers three bedroom, two bathrooms fully self-contained apartment with spa bath in main en-suite, television in main bedroom, large flat screen television in lounge, and exclusive unrestricted ocean views from the large private balcony.

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