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Boathaven Spa Resort, Shute Harbour

At only 300 metres from shops and restaurants, Boathaven Spa Resort offers peace and tranquillity away from the bustling village. Every room has a private, shaded balcony with spectacular views over the bay and Coral Sea. The magnificent sunrise over Mandalay Hill should be experienced at least once during a stay at Boathaven Spa Resort.

The exclusive decor of all suites gives that feeling of luxury that sets this Resort far above similar priced establishments in the region. Many guests have already testified to this in the visitor’s book.

Boathaven Spa Resort has three pools including one of the only exclusive 25 metre pools on the Whitsunday Coast plus more spas per capita than any other resort in the Whitsundays.

The Resort caters for small weddings, either by the pool or in the Function room and the resort has Penthouse Honeymoon Spa Suites. The Function Room caters for up to 40 guests. All of the resort is accessible by wheelchair including the large swimming pool, however bathrooms and toilets are only suitable for people with minor disabilities. Whilst the Suites are self catered facilities, guests can still order various cuisines to be bought to or prepared in their rooms.

The Management of Boathaven Spa Resort has had many successful years hosting Tourism in the Whitsundays. Furthermore, with extensive first hand knowledge of the Whitsunday Islands, reefs and waterways, guests can be assured of receiving the right advice from the Tour desk.

Accommodation Options

Poolside Suite

One bedroom poolside room.

Bayside Studio

One bedroom studio room.

Two Bedroom Penthouse

Three Bedroom Penthouse

Bayside Spa Suite

Bayside Two Bedroom Spa Suite

Coral Sea Studio

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