The Hotel: Regal Port Douglas
Mediterranean and somewhat fairy-tale-like in its vibes, the Regal Port Douglas hotel sits right by the restaurant street in the northern part of the resort, surrounded with lush tropical greenery.
One of the unique features at Regal Port Douglas are its suites with a bathroom facing the balcony and boasting large windows (equipped with curtains), so that the guests can unwind gazing at the garden green while taking their spa bath.
When not using the private amenities, holidaymakers may also take a refreshing dip in the outdoor heated pool or relax on sun loungers.
Studio Room with Indoor Spa
- Bed size/type: One king beds or two single beds (with prior arrangement)
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Maximum occupancy: Two people
- The room features an en suite bathroom with a spa bath with windows facing the private balcony, a fridge, a TV/DVD with cable channels, tea and coffee making facilities, air conditioning and ceiling fans
The Area: Port Douglas
With its beguiling village sensibility and wealth of natural spectacles, Port Douglas is understandably one of Australia’s most beloved tourist destinations. Situated north of Cairns, near the beautiful Daintree National Park, the coastal town features everything from beaches and wetlands to boutique cocktail bars. Its proximity to one of the country’s most remarkable natural wonders, the Great Barrier Reef, makes Port Douglas the perfect base for underwater adventurers.
The resort is a just a few short moments from Four Mile Beach, one of Australia’s most scenic beaches and winner of the 2014 Travellers’ Choice Award. The each is dusted with fine, golden sand and surrounded by a fringe of palm trees and tropical forests.
The renowned Wildlife Habitat is one of Australia’s leading wildlife experiences, allowing animal lovers to get up close and personal with friendly fauna. Separated into three distinct areas – “Rainforest”, “Wetlands” and “Grasslands” – the habitat allows Groupies to meet the loveable inhabitants of these unique areas, including endangered Southern Cassowary, Boyd’s Forest Dragons, freshwater crocodiles and Eastern Grey Kangaroos.