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This family-friendly Cairns hotel is located near the beach, steps from Cairns Aquarium, Center of Contemporary Arts, and Jute Theatre. Centenary Lakes Botanic ...
Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort$83Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort$83
A one-block walk from the Esplanade and from the departure terminal for the Barrier Reef, the hotel is also less than five minutes' walk from Cairns' shopping, ...
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Nestled along Trinity Inlet, this Cairns hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Cairns Convention Center and a 10-minute walk from the city center. The Great Barrier ...
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Located in Cairns Central Business District, this apartment building is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from The Cultural Place and 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Centenary Lakes Botanic ...
Inn Cairns Boutique Apartments$104Inn Cairns Boutique Apartments$104
Located adjacent to the Esplanade lagoon in the city center of Cairns, this hotel is near shopping, The Reef Hotel Casino Cairns, the Reef Fleet Terminal, and ...
Pacific Hotel Cairns$92Pacific Hotel Cairns$92
Located in Cairns Central Business District, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from The Cultural Place and 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Centenary Lakes Botanic Gardens. ...
Rydges Plaza Cairns$92Rydges Plaza Cairns$92
Located in Cairns Central Business District, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Cairns Regional Gallery and 2.8 mi (4.4 km) from Centenary Lakes Botanic Gardens. ...
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Located in Cairns Central Business District, this aparthotel is 0 mi (0 km) from Cairns Night Markets and within 3 mi (5 km) of Centenary Lakes Botanic Gardens ...
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After accommodation options in Cairns but unsure of what you want? Expedia makes it super easy to plan your getaway. There's a considerable range of places to consider, 97 of them within 1 mile of the area's beating heart.
The Edge Apartments Cairns and the Waters Edge Apartments Cairns should be at the top of the list of hotels you check out if you're hoping to stay downtown. Also in central Cairns are the Vision Apartments and the Piermonde Apartments - Cairns.
With 46 hotel options to take your pick of, many travelers opt to stay in Cairns Central Business District, a quick and convenient 0.1 miles away. The Cairns Luxury Apartments and Pullman Reef Hotel Casino are several establishments waiting for you. Cairns North is another generous source of hotels, just 2 miles away. The 181 The Esplanade and Coral Towers are a handful of the 35 establishments you will discover here.
If you choose to stay near Esplanade Lagoon, the Centenary Lakes Botanic Gardens and Mount Whitfield Conservation Park, there are a range of alternatives. The Shangri-La Hotel, The Marina and the Lakes Cairns Resort & Spa are near Esplanade Lagoon. The Shangri-La Hotel, The Marina is 0.1 miles from Esplanade Lagoon, while the Lakes Cairns Resort & Spa is situated 0.1 miles away. Two hotels within walking distance of the Centenary Lakes Botanic Gardens are the Getaway On Grafton and the Tropic Towers Apartments. However, the City Terraces Cairns and also the 201 Lake Street Apartments are convenient if you choose to stay close to Mount Whitfield Conservation Park. The City Terraces Cairns is only 2 miles away and the 201 Lake Street Apartments is 2 miles away.
If you're planning to try out a cruise, Reef Fleet Terminal is the dockyard where you will depart and anchor. Be quick to book a spot today! The Hilton Cairns and Pullman Cairns International are close by. Cairns Marlin Marina is an ideal venue to take a slow walk while relishing in the boats floating on the water. The Mantra Trilogy and Mid City Luxury Suites are easy to find from this site.
Cairns, Queensland's northernmost city, is the acknowledged gateway to the coral splendors of the Great Barrier Reef. Lying on the east coast of the Cape York peninsular—and comfortably north of the Tropic of Capricorn—it is blessed with a tropical clime, luscious rainforests and lapped by warm aquamarine seas. As well as its surrounding natural spectacle, Cairns offer visitors some pretty spectacular fun—especially for the adventurous.
On the seas, you can indulge in the pleasures of wind-boarding, snorkeling and scuba-diving. On the ground, you can immerse yourself in Aboriginal walkabouts, tropical wildlife forays and rock-climbing challenges. And in the air, sky-diving and parascending beckon. Or you can just lounge, pool-side. Whatever the activity, though, you'll need somewhere to stay, and Cairns gives you plenty of choice when it comes to resorts.
As well as the scores of hotels and lodgings found in the city itself, Cairns boasts a scattering of prime tourist resorts, tied to its nine Northern Beaches, stretching 25 km along the coast. Each has its own feel, offering up a different Queensland adventure for you. To help you plan your stay, Expedia.com is delighted to have gathered here the best of Cairns' hotel districts.
Cairns itself offers the best range of choice, having catered for all manner of tourists—from backpacking adventurers to pampered sun-seekers—for many years. Those looking to keep their accommodation simple, as they'll be spending more time in the great outdoors, will find Cairns to their liking. There are a large number of budget hotels and hostels in town, especially along the sea-front.
Alternatively, you'll discover a number of fine hotel resorts around the Esplanade Swimming Lagoon (Cairns doesn't have a beach itself). With all the facilities of the town, plenty of boats to the Barrier Reef, and the airport close by, Cairns makes a great base for those looking for a family holiday. But if you want to feel the sand under your feet, and to hear the crash of waves, head north.
There are several small hotel resorts for the nine beaches stretching along the coast, but perhaps the best appointed is Trinity Beach. This large hotel complex has many mid-priced apartments arranged around the beautiful Blue Lagoon, all set in some vivid tropical gardens. The beach is wonderfully golden, and this has become a top-spot for honeymooners and families alike.
Further north still is Palm Cove. Its beach is one many consider as the gem in Cairns' crown. The surrounds are truly sublime, with gently rolling verdant hills meeting the lapping azure seas in a curve of white sandy beaches. The hotel complex here has been developed in sympathy with this stunning landscape, giving Palm Cove the feel of an unspoilt tropical paradise.
The hotels here are first-class, too, with excellent service and facilities. Though, being in such a fabulous location inevitably adds a premium to the price. The luxury doesn't stop at the hotel—'liveaboard' boats can be hired from here, either to tour the wonders of the Reef, or simply to serve as a platform for lounging in the sun, surrounded by the tranquil turquoise of the Coral Sea. In Cairns, the choice is yours.