BeachView Apartments at Villa Paradiso

Palm Cove, Cairns Area

Indicative Rate * AU$227 to AU$497

BeachView Apartments at Villa Paradiso are located in the heart of Palm Cove, 25 kilometres north of Cairns International Airport and so close to the Coral Sea they're almost in it. This spacious and elegant property offers a selection of one, two, and three bedroom self-contained apartments which will more than satisfy those guests who seek a perfect beachfront location at competitive rates.

All apartments are beach facing with private balcony or patio and ocean views. A heated swimming pool, together with covered barbecue facilities are in a sheltered area for guests to enjoy. The property also features and lifts/elevators to most apartments, free secure under cover parking, free WiFi in public areas and on the balconies.

A comprehensive tour desk on site is staffed by friendly experienced locals and all major excursions pick up from the property. There is also a regular bus service to Cairns from outside the property. Adjacent to the property is a variety of shops and world class restaurants and Post Office. The site has excellent Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone 3G coverage for those with portable internet devices. Coles will deliver groceries to the property if ordered from their web site.

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111-113 Williams Esplanade
Villa Paradiso
Palm Cove, Cairns Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom BeachView

Beachfront apartments with ocean views. Spacious and fully self-contained. The bedroom has an ensuite; all have large private balcony or patio, ocean views. Air-conditioned bedrooms have a queen sized bed or two singles. All have two digital televisions, a safe, complete kitchen, and laundry. Free secure under cover parking. If you wish - just add groceries and enjoy dinner inside or on your beach view balcony.

2 Bedroom BeachView

Beachfront apartments with ocean views. Spacious and fully self-contained. The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom; all have large balcony or patio with ocean views. Air-conditioned bedrooms have two queen sized beds or one queen and two singles. All have two digital televisions, two bathrooms, full kitchen, laundry and a safe. Free secure under cover parking. If you wish - just add groceries and enjoy dinner inside or on your beach view balcony.

3 Bedroom BeachView

Beachfront apartments with ocean views. Spacious and fully self-contained. The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom; all have large balcony or patio with ocean views. Air-conditioned bedrooms have two queen beds and two singles. All have two digital televisions, two bathrooms, full kitchen and laundry. Lift access. Free secure under cover parking. If you wish - just add groceries and enjoy dinner inside or on your beach view balcony.

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