The tropical allure of Far North Queensland is a theme that is echoed throughout the Ramada Port Douglas.

Located an hour’s drive north of Cairns, the Ramada Port Douglas has a relaxed vibe of a sophisticated coastal village.

The property sits within a pocket of Melaleuca rainforest, with Four Mile Beach just a short walk away. For visitors wanting to explore the stylish cafés, restaurants and bars of Macrossan Street in Port Douglas, there are regular taxis to take you the short drive into town.

The unique thing about this resort is the rainforest gardens, the serenity of the water features and ponds and the way the tropical lagoon-style pool with waterfall and swim-up bar makes you feel like you are swimming in a natural spring or waterhole. It really offers that sense of getting back to nature.



The rooms are spacious, bright and well-equipped with all the modern features you look for in a room. While the stylish décor oozes sophistication, there is also a sense of Queenslander style living with plantation shutters, designed to complement the natural surrounds of the resort. The layout of the property has you walking between facilities to your room on wooden boardwalks through the lush gardens. There are varying room types to suit all travellers, starting with the Hotel Rooms and ranging up to Two Bedroom Apartments for larger travelling parties.



The Ramada Port Douglas offers breakfast, lunch and dinner in the Tree Bar and Grill restaurant, which overlooks the pool and provides a relaxing and casual dining experience. The restaurant is so well designed it takes into account the surrounding gardens, with trees scattered throughout the area. The breakfast is buffet style and offers hot and cold options. For those visitors who want a light snack throughout the day, this can be ordered also and enjoyed poolside.



The resort offers 24-hour Reception, with friendly staff able to assist at any time. There is a gym for the energetic visitors and a lagoon style pool to cool off in at the end of a day. The pool is a central focus, with a waterfall and even swim up bar, perfect for the tropical climate. For ultimate relaxation, a visit to the Day Spa is a must to really revive and relax. If you just want to find a secluded place to enjoy the serenity or read a book, there are plenty of spots around the resort to find this. A tour desk at Reception is where you can book activities and attractions in the region.


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