Pinnacles Resort & Spa
Pinnacles Resort & Spa
Pinnacles Resort & Spa Pinnacles Resort and Spa is situated on Golden Orchid Drive, overlooking the cosmopolitan village of Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Islands and Conway National Park. The Resort enjoys uninterrupted 180-degree sea views. The complex consists of 29 luxurious self-contained/self catering apartments featuring one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom apartments. Each two & three bedroom apartment has its own Jacuzzi on the large terrace while each one bedroom apartment has an internal spa bathtub.Full hotel details
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Rates shown in Australian Dollars (AU$) & are tax inclusive per room. Card fees apply
|Book 2BRM SeaView Jacuzzi 3n||3||AU$550||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||335||335||335||335||395|
|Book 1BDR Garden View 3n||3||AU$450||Sold||Sold||205||205||205||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||205||240|
|Book 1BRM SeaView Jacuzzi 3n||3||AU$450||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||270||270||270||270||310|
|Book 1BRM SeaView Spa 3n||3||AU$380||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||240||240||205||205||205||205||205||240|
Pinnacles Resort & Spa
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The heated ozone swimming pool features an overflow waterfall wet edge.
Endota Day Spa on-site.
Hayman Island and Conway National Park.
The Whitsundays - a romantic, tropical destination renowned worldwide for its stunning group of islands, the Great Barrier Reef and limitless water-based activities.
Scuba Diving and Snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef is a wonderful experience floating among some of the most colourful fish imaginable. Marvel at the coral, which comes in various shapes, sizes and colours such as stag-horn, plate or brain coral, surrounded by reef creatures such as star fish, sea urchins and sea cucumbers. If you have never tried to dive, make this holiday an opportunity to learn with some of the best dive schools in Queensland available to get you down to where those fish live.
The Whitsundays is recognised as one of the best cruising destinations in the world. Its sheltered waters behind the Great Barrier Reef makes it an ideal location for boating. With many comfortable anchorages and land never out of sight, navigation is a breeze. The Whitsundays is home to a fleet of sailing craft that take individuals, couples and groups on overnight sailing adventures.
The views of the Whitsundays are breathtaking, so take a scenic helicopter flight over the Great Barrier Reef and the Whitsunday Islands, you will remember it for the rest of your life. If you prefer to keep your feet to the ground, there are a number of great walks on the mainland and islands alike.
If you want to bring the kids, there are lots of exciting things to do both in and out of the water. The resort has a wonderful pool, para-sailing is a lot of fun, boom netting, fishing, sky diving etc are all exciting. The kids will not get bored.
There is no better way to start your lives together than on a tropical honeymoon. We pride ourselves in providing you with a special moment in the start of your lives together. We know that planning your honeymoon can be very stressful so we offer you well thought-out package combinations to choose from, ones that we trust will meet your expectations and make things a little easier on you. Of course, all our packages can be customised to fit your personal needs as well.
Airlie Beach offers our guests a wide range of quality restaurants and night life, shops and entertainment venues. Airlie Beach is the ideal base from which to explore the region. Located on the foreshore, the Lagoon offers year round swimming and an easy stroll along the board-walk brings you to Abel Point Marina, boarding point for some of the fantastic range of cruises. For local produce and handmade crafts, visit the Airlie Beach markets on Saturday morning, or try a round of golf on one the best resort courses in Australia, Laguna Quays.
The Whitsundays is a magnificent aquatic playground and undeniably one of Australia's most desirable holiday destinations. Located on the North Queensland coast, with a climate to soothe any aching bones, enjoy the breathtaking views, swim and relax in beautiful clean, tropical waters or play a round of golf on one of Australia's best resort courses.
Whether it is romance or adventure, relaxation or parties, the Whitsundays has it all. Snorkelling, diving, island hopping, sailing, fishing, kayaking, para-sailing, windsurfing, whale watching or just lying on one of nature’s most beautiful beaches are just some of the activities we have to offer.
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