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Cairns International Hotel, Cairns

Experience all that North Queensland has to offer in a hotel that captures the unique mood of a tropical paradise. From the moment you walk into the Cairns International Hotel, colonial ambience and a casual charm descend upon you. Built to compliment the dramatic location in which it is set, the Cairns International Hotel combines colonial architecture with modern five star luxury in a manner rarely seen elsewhere.

Spacious rooms and suites are luxuriously furnished with style and elegance and feature deep windows and private balconies with views to the pool, city, rainforest clad mountains or the harbour.

Cairns International Hotel offers the best of the great indoors. Dining in the hotel allows you to traverse the world with your taste buds without even leaving the property. Kingsford’s Restaurant offers one of the most innovative menus in Cairns, with a similarly spectacular wine list. Cafe Coco features a buffet selection to fulfil the most outstanding gourmet expectations while Yamagen whisks you away to Asia with authentic Japanese cuisine.

The Cairns International Hotel has 10 meeting and function rooms ranging from elegant, heritage style boardrooms for smaller meetings to the Grand Ballroom for up to 600 guests for cocktails.

Accommodation Options

Harbour View

Hotel room with one queen bed or two double beds.

Premium Mountain View

Hotel suite with king or two double beds.

Run of House

Hotel room with queen or two double beds.

Executive Suite Mountain View

Two mountain view suites and two harbour view suites.

Premium Harbour View

Executive Suite Harbour View

Presidential Suite


Popular Activities

  • Swimming
  • Shopping

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