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Hotel Cairns, The, Cairns

Tropical North Queensland only has one truly central hotel. The Hotel Cairns!

Architecturally designed, the facade is one of the most beautiful examples of Queenslander heritage. Set back from the street and well shaded by tropical trees and plants.

With onsite parking and the convenience of a 24 hour reception it is also very reasonably priced. Why not sit by the pool or in the spa and enjoy the private and tropical ambience amongst the romantic night lights!

Accommodation Options


A Tropical experience of either a pool or courtyard view.

Amongst the "Queenslander Heritage" you will enjoy the private and tropical ambience with only five minutes walking distance to all main attractions.


Enjoy oversized rooms with private balconies in a tropical "Queenslander" setting. Some city and water views. Beautiful marble bathrooms. Situated in the heart of Cairns.


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