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Mantra Aqueous on Port, Port Douglas

Mantra Aqueous on Port is the newest addition to the Stella Resorts Group. Centrally located and adjacent to the Village Centre, all apartments feature lagoon or pool views, spa baths and jacuzzi spas on the balconies. The resort boast stunning lagoon style pools, sundecks and cabanas with barbecues so guests can enjoy the warm tropical climate of the exclusive beachside town, Port Douglas.

Accommodation Options

Hotel Spa Room

Hotel Spa Room SwimUp

SwimUp rooms are ground floor rooms with direct pool access from private sundecks.

One Bedroom Spa Apartment

One Bedroom Spa Apartment SwimUp

SwimUp rooms are ground floor rooms with direct pool access from private sundecks.

Two Bedroom Spa Apartment

Two Bedroom Spa Apartment SwimUp

SwimUp rooms are ground floor rooms with direct pool access from private sundecks.

Activites and Experiences at Mantra Aqueous on Port

  • Direct
  • Swimming Pool Outdoor
  • RTN, QH and National Distributors (TQ)
  • 4 1/2 Stars

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