Alamanda Select - Private Apartment
Stay 7 Nights / Pay 5 Nights
Stay 5 Nights / Pay 4 Nights
Valid: 16th October - 24th December 2019 & 05th January - 14th June 2020
Immerse yourself in a tropical haven
A superb beachfront location, tropical gardens, swimming pools, day spa and an award winning restaurant
The apartment features large living – lounge-dining area, outdoor patio with patio setting, BBQ and envious pool view. Downstairs you'll find the master bedroom with ensuite plus the second bedroom and bathroom. Note there are internal and external stairs.
Palm Cove is renowned for its beautiful sandy beaches, lined with tropical palm footpaths and 500 year old Melaleuca trees. Visitors to Palm Cove are continuously amazed by the charming, sophisticated seaside village, combining a relaxed atmosphere and tropical sunshine.
Dining out in Palm Cove is truly a magical experience, with award winning restaurants producing the finest cuisine in this picture perfect location. Select from a range of superb restaurants and cafes situated along the Esplanade with views out to the Coral Sea.
Palm Cove features a wide range of everything and is the perfect destination for a quiet romantic getaway or families who want to enjoy the fun, excitement and pleasure of a tropical beach holiday.
Palm Cove Beach: On the Beach
Cairns City: 25 minute drive
Cairns Airport: 20 minutes drive
Style/Rate: Self-contained Two Bedroom Apartment
Experience your own tropical paradise in Palm Cove's absolute beachfront resort. This privately managed modern 2 bedroom apartment has everything you need for a luxury Palm Cove holiday.
|* Min 3 Night Stay|
Cancellation fees unless otherwise arranged are as follows:
Between 29 - 14 days before arrival - your holding deposit and 2 nights accommodation
- 3 Swimming Pools (1 heated in the cooler months)
- Beachfront property
- Full Kitchen
- Air conditioning
- Pool View
- 2 Bedrooms (Q + 2 x Singles)
- 2 Bathrooms
- Access to the Apartment is via stairs
Alamanda Palm Cove
1 Veivers Road
Queensland 4879 Australia