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Most visitors either book a holiday close to the town centre or down along Four Mile Beach. If you’re keen to eat out and do some shopping, there are some great hotels around Macrossan Street (the main strip). If you’re seeking that luxe beachside getaway, you won’t mind basing yourself a bit further south. Deciding on a hotel is never easy — lucky Wotif has millions of trusted reviews to make the job easier.
Less than an hour’s drive separates these two jewels of Tropical North Queensland, and both offer some awesome places to stay. If shopping, food and nightlife are what you’re chasing, Port Douglas might be the better choice. Dreaming of a quieter escape? Palm Cove is hard to beat. One other thing to keep in mind — tours to the Great Barrier Reef operate directly from Port Douglas or Cairns. You’ll need to hop on a short shuttle to either one if you stay in Palm Cove. Wherever you decide to set up camp, you can rest easy knowing you’ll always get the best deal with Wotif.
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Just about 4 kilometres from the center of the city is Four Mile Beach, which boasts 32 assorted hotels for you to pick from. If you want to stay here, you're going to have tons of choices! A few great options are Niramaya Villas and Spa and Pullman Port Douglas Sea Temple Resort and Spa.
Make some time to concentrate on your spiritual needs at St Mary's by the Sea Chapel, an interesting religious site. Mowbray by the Sea and Beaches Port Douglas are handy places to stay if you want to be close this attraction. Anzac Park is the perfect spot for relaxing and taking things easy. This spot's closest accommodation options include Verandahs and Peppers Beach Club.
The Port Douglas Backpackers is nicely positioned, especially considering that it's one of the top choices for those who are watching their pennies. For another option, look into the Global Backpackers - Port Douglas.
If you find yourself needing more accommodation options in Port Douglas, try the Port Douglas Valley Retreat and the Silky Oaks Lodge. They are located 11 kilometres and 13 kilometres away from the city's main streets. Wotif also suggests the Island Views and the Wait A While Daintree. The first is 35 kilometres away from the city, while the second is 30 kilometres away.
The nearby localities of Lower Daintree and Kimberley are worth checking out. Lower Daintree is 25 kilometres to the north of Port Douglas, while Kimberley is 25 kilometres to the north. Lower Daintree hotels are the Daintree Eco Lodge & Spa and Daintree Wild Bed & Breakfast. Kimberley options include The Epiphyte Bed & Breakfast and Daintree Rainforest Retreat.
Hotels in Port Douglas start at AU$125 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.