Mantra Amphora

Palm Cove, Cairns Area

Indicative Rate * AU$175 to AU$510

Just over a 30 minute drive north of Cairns, Mantra Amphora is located in a prime waterfront location in Palm Cove, an idyllic holiday location away from the masses.

At Mantra Amphora you will find accommodation to perfectly suit your tropical Queensland holiday. With Hotel Rooms, One, Two and Three Bedroom Apartments, there is bound to be an option that will see your group comfortable. Apartments are self-contained, meaning you have the convenience of a kitchen, laundry facilities and the spaciousness of a living and dining area.

Within the resort you will enjoy relaxing in the pool, which has a wading area for the little ones. Dining at Vivo Bar and Grill makes dinner a breeze, or simply whip up dinner in your kitchen. If you want to embark on a day trip, perhaps out to the Great Barrier Reef, speak with the Tour Desk who will be more than happy to help.

Palm Cove offers the charm of a seaside village combined with the sophistication of world-class restaurants, shopping, health spas and activities.

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
49 - 63 Williams Esplanade
Palm Cove, Cairns Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

3 Bedroom Ocean Apartment

Available with two king beds, one king zip or two king beds, and two single beds. Features full kitchen and laundry facilities and a separate lounge and dining area. Consists of an interconnecting two bedroom apartment and a hotel room. Ocean views guaranteed.

Hotel Spa Room

Available with one king bed or two single beds. Features a small bar fridge, spa bath, separate shower and balcony. Also includes air-conditioning, pay television, internet access, hairdryer, and iron and ironing board.

1 Bedroom Ocean Apartment

Available with one king bed. Features full kitchen and laundry facilities and a separate lounge and dining area. Ocean views guaranteed.

1 Bedroom Apartment

Available with one king bed, full kitchen, laundry facilities along with a separate lounge and dining area. Also features air-conditioning, pay television, patio and bathroom with bath.

2 Bedroom Dual Key Apartment

Available with two king beds or one king bed, and two single beds. Features full kitchen and laundry facilities and a separate lounge and dining area. Consists of an interconnecting hotel room and one bedroom apartment.

2 Bedroom Apartment

Available with two king beds or one king bed, and two single beds. Features full kitchen and laundry facilities and a separate lounge and dining area.

2 Bedroom Ocean Dual Key Apartment

Available with two king beds or one king bed, and two single beds. Features full kitchen and laundry facilities and a separate lounge and dining area. Consists of an interconnecting hotel room and one bedroom apartment. Ocean views guaranteed.

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