Mantra Club Croc

Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Area

Indicative Rate * AU$96 to AU$195

Ideally located on Shute Harbour Road, Mantra Club Croc Airlie Beach is just a short walk to the Whitsunday Shopping Centre and five minutes’ drive from the main street.

Your holiday begins the minute you arrive at Mantra Club Croc. Drenched in tropical ambience, the hotel offers everything you need in your Airlie Beach accommodation with a great range of facilities. Boasting 160 rooms, guests will enjoy free limited wireless internet in public areas, 24 hour reception, complimentary car parking, sparkling lagoon pool and spa, nearby barbecue facilities and a gymnasium. They also offer a complimentary scheduled courtesy bus to take you to Abel Point, Downtown and Port Of Airlie (drop off service only, see reception for scheduled times).

Let your cares drift away with a dip in their tropical lagoon pool, or spend your evening listening to live music with a drink in hand, or check out their outdoor 60 inch flat screen televisions covering major games, located in the undercover decking area. Dine onsite at the hotel for breakfast lunch and dinner to enjoy Australian cuisine in a bistro style environment overlooking the pool.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • 24 hour Reception
  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • 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

Garden Deluxe Room

Positioned on the 2nd or 3rd floor of the hotel, your Garden Deluxe Room offers views over the garden surrounds. Your room features an air-conditioned, large LCD TV and 20 Foxtel channels. For your convenience the room includes tea and coffee making facilities and a bar size fridge, to store your own drinks and nibbles during your stay.

Garden Access Room

Perfect for guests seeking the convenience of ground floor accommodation, the Garden Access Room provides direct access to the hotel’s sprawling gardens. Explore the expansive grounds or relax in air-conditioned comfort while watching the large LCD TV with Foxtel channels.

Coastal Interior Room

In the Coastal Interior Room you’ll have the benefit of a spacious and contemporary design with a private balcony that overlooks the interior of the resort. Providing complete comfort and convenience you’ll enjoy a great range of amenities including air-conditioning, a large 50” LCD TV and 20 Foxtel channels, tea and coffee making facilities and a bar size fridge.

Pool Deluxe Room

With a year round tropical climate, you’ll love the comfort of air-conditioning and if you’re looking for some evening entertainment your large LCD TV features a wide selection of Foxtel channels. In your room you’ll also find tea and coffee making facilities along with a bar fridge which is perfect to store goodies while you’re away.

Pool Access Room

In the Pool Access Room you’ll enjoy a ground floor position within close proximity to the pool area, putting the resort’s leisure facilities just seconds away from your hotel room. If you’re after some light entertainment your large 50” LCD TV has 20 Foxtel channels. There is also a bar size fridge and tea and coffee making facilities available.

Coastal View Room

Coastal View Room are positioned on the 2nd or 3rd floor of the hotel and offer a private balcony, air-conditioning, large 50” LCD TV with 20 Foxtel channels. Tea and coffee making facilities along with a bar fridge is also included for use.

Pool Access Interconnecting Room

Adjoining two Pool Access Rooms with an internal door, the Pool Access Interconnecting Room is ideal for families or groups of friends travelling together requiring extra space and facilities. Located on the ground floor of the hotel near the pool, this delightfully modern room includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Amenities include air-conditioning, a large 50” LCD TV with 20 Foxtel channels, tea and coffee making facilities and bar size fridge.

Standard

Newly refurbished Standard rooms available (subject to availability at time of booking).
Perfect for families and includes air conditioning and a ceiling fan, television, clock radio, ensuite bathroom with shower, ISD/STD telephone and tea and coffee making facilities.

Superior

Fully refurbished rooms. Features include air conditioning and a ceiling fan, television, radio, ensuite bathroom with shower over bath, ISD/STD telephone, tea and coffee making facilities and a private balcony.

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