The Hotel Cairns is centrally located just 1 block from the city centre of Cairns and 5 minutes drive from the Cairns International Airport. The Cairns Hotel is reminiscent of the tropical 'Queenslander' style properties that provides a true experience and tropical ambience.
The air-conditioned hotel rooms offer you superior accommodation with cool tiled floors and ceiling fans. Many of the hotel rooms offer a balcony and all of them have a window or door to allow the cool sea breezes to flow through. They also feautre flat screen TVs, DVD players, plump beds, sizeable baths and precious touches like indulgent bath products and quality teas and coffee.
The Great Barrier Reef and the many islands that dot the coast, the Daintree River and Rainforest, and the Atherton Tablelands are just some of the world famous sights to see and experience in Cairns.
Cairns is the perfect base to enjoy a multitude of activities with everything from international standard golf courses, scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing and fishing. The hotel is also within walking distance of the casino.
Aboriginal Culture: Experience Aboriginal culture through song and dance at the world famous Tjapukai Aboriginal Dance Theatre.
Adventure: There are so many exhilarating activities for the adventure seeker. From the popular white-water rafting, to 4 wheel drive safaris, bungy jumping, hot air ballooning, big game fishing and of course diving.
Great Barrier Reef: There are many options for exploring the underwater wonderland of the Reef - including day trips with snorkeling, swimming or diving. There are also glass bottom boats and semi-submersible reef viewing vessels for those who don't want to change into their swimming costumes!
Kuranda: The historic Kuranda railway is a step back in time and is a wonderful experience as you ride high into the range through tunnels and past waterfalls. After enjoying the sights of pretty Kuranda town, take the Skyrail - the world's longest gondola cableway, for amazing views of the rainforest, the city, the cane fields and the sea.
Rainforests: Explore the Daintree or venture a little further afield to Cape Tribulation - the site of two world heritage areas.