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Pacific International Hotel, Cairns

The Pacific International Hotel in Cairns commands a downtown Esplanade position overlooking Trinity Bay, the Marlin Marina, parklands and cloud-shrouded mountains. The Pacific International blends a contemporary style with the opulence of a bygone era. The hotel is opposite the Reef Casino and close to the major shopping, dining and business precincts.

All guest rooms have superb panoramic views from private balconies. Make use of the pool and spa or just relax in your beautifully appointed room. The Pacific International also has three restaurants to tempt you. From seafood and hot stone cuisine to wood fired pizzas and flame a grill, this hotel caters for all tastes. There are also several bars providing great drinks and entertainment.

Warm welcoming and congenial hospitality sum up the attention to detail, which makes the Pacific International unique. They provide many services including a tour desk, lobby shop, hospitality lounge, business and conference facilities and babysitting.

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