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The Hotel: Comfort Inn Cairns City
Boasting a convenient location just a short walk from the beach and the famous Cairns Esplanade, Comfort Inn Cairns City provides a good base for enjoying both, the sandy shore and the town. Guests can unwind by the sea, see the sights and hit one of the local restaurants or bars. The Inn also cooperates with local tour operators organizing a range of activities for holidaymakers to join. These include hot air balloon rides and tours to the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest.
The motel’s modern amenities, including complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea- and coffee-making facilities let travelers relax the way they like. Guests have also access to two swimming pools, a fully equipped laundry, and off-street parking.
- Bed size/type: Queen-size bed
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- All Queen Rooms provide conveniences such as refrigerators, coffee makers, fans, hairdryers, safes, and flat-screen TVs; Wi-Fi is also available
- Bed size/type: Double or twin beds
- Standard occupancy: Four people
- The room comes with a private bathroom with toiletries and a hairdryer, air conditioning, ceiling fan, coffee maker, flat-screen TV and a fridge
The Area: Cairns, QLD
Cairns is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city nestled between the sea life of the Great Barrier Reef and the rolling downs of the Atherton Tablelands. As the gateway to the wet tropics, the city buzzes with a lively mix of travellers, from backpackers to luxury-seekers keen to soak up the sun. As night falls, the wide streets come alive with bars, galleries, and seafood restaurants enticing diners by the waterside.
Snorkel, dive, or simply recline on a glass-bottomed boat to admire the breathtaking wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. Take a luxurious day trip to Port Douglas, an hour’s drive north, to dine on succulent seafood and shop in fashion boutiques. Walk among the towering ancient trees and lush greenery of the World Heritage Daintree Rainforest, keeping an eye out for brilliantly coloured butterflies and rare tropical birds; or marvel at enormous prehistoric reptiles in one of the region’s crocodile parks.
Closer to home, take a stroll down the Esplanade to find countless dining options and interesting shops. By night the same stretch comes alive with the Night Markets, where clothes, trinkets, and Australian keepsakes are all up for grabs. Spend days simply soaking up the tropical sun on the beach, splashing about in the water when the heat gets too much.