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Novotel Pacific Bay Resort, Coffs Harbour

Novotel Pacific Bay Resort is ideally situated for leisure or conferences. Just 550km north of Sydney & 420km south of Brisbane, Coffs Harbour is serviced by frequent direct flights from both cities and is a comfortable journey by road or rail.

Situated in its own tropical valley, Novotel Pacific Bay Resort is the perfect place to relax & recharge, catering for families, singles & couples. The resort has 180 rooms and the 1 & 2 bedroom apartments all feature private balconies and offer pleasant outlooks to the lagoon, gardens, or nearby mountains. The resort also offers a selection of maisonettes & penthouses.

Accommodation Options

Resort Room

Resort Room

1 Bedroom Spa Suite

1 Bedroom Spa Suite

2 Bedroom Spa Suite

2 Bedroom Spa suite



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