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Inn The Tropics, Cairns

Inn the Tropics is a budget accommodation property located on Sheridan Street five minutes walk from the centre of Cairns. The property offers six ensuite and 45 share facilities rooms which are configured for student groups, independent travellers and families. Facilities include central kitchen, pool, barbecue, laundry, phone, fax, e-mail, tour desk, and television/video lounge. All rooms have linen supplied with soap and towels, sink, coffee/tea making facilities and air conditioning. All rooms except the group/dormitory rooms have television.

With a mix of international and local staff Inn the Tropics is a safe and friendly accommodation choice for the budget minded traveller. The staff are on hand 24 hours a day and can help with general information on the city or assist in booking any tours.

There are regular social nights in the courtyard where all the guests can get together for a relaxing evening.

Inn the Tropics is regularly visited by sporting and university groups and with a flexible configuration they are capable of accommodating any mix of people. With such a broad range of visitors Inn the Tropics is a friendly stop over for any visitor coming to Cairns.

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