Reflections Of Port Douglas

Port Douglas, Douglas Area

Indicative Rate * AU$250 to AU$510

Reflections of Port Douglas is a boutique apartment complex situated at the beach end of Macrossan Street, one minute walk to Famous Four Mile Beach and a short stroll to the village centre. Port Douglas is a quaint resort village, which has fast become one of Tropical North Queensland's tourist destinations. From Reflections of Port Douglas, all the restaurants, activities and attractions of the area are close by.

The apartments are spacious and feature quality design to ensure you have everything you desire. Reflections has been constructed to the highest standard and includes two full bathrooms in each unit, state of the art kitchens and own interior laundry. The furnishings have been fastidiously selected and the bedding ensembles ensure the optimum comfort for guests. The apartments have recently been refurbished.

Reflections offer a free tour desk to help you in planning the ultimate holiday experience. On-site friendly, helpful Managers to take care of your every need. Free beach toys for children and beach towels available for AUD5 for length of stay. DVD, Austar and compact disc players and hair dryers are also supplied. There is also a heated pool and free wi-fi.

70 Macrossan Street
Port Douglas, Douglas Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

2 Bedroom

Spacious two bedroom, two bathroom (96 square metres) fully self contained. Full kitchen, laundry facilities, hair dryer, in room safe, wireless internet from apartment, Plasma television, DVD, Austar. Towel and tidy service every third day in Peak Season, weekly in Low Season. Walking distance to town centre, 60 metres to Four Mile Beach. Heated swimming pool at property.

3 Bedroom

Three bedroom, two bathroom, large balcony with sea views from first floor apartment. Area 140 square metres fully self contained. Full kitchen and laundry facilities, Plasma television, DVD, Austar, wireless internet. Towel and tidy service every third day Peak Season and weekly Low Season. Walking distance to town centre and 60 metres to Four Mile Beach. Heated Swimming Pool. Bedding can be configured to your requirements.

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