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Port Douglas Sands Resort, Port Douglas

Port Douglas Sands Resort is a retreat designed to capture the essence of the tropics. This apartment accommodation in Queensland’s Tropical North at Port Douglas is just minutes from the beach and is popular with visitors from all over the world.

From the tropical lagoon style swimming pool, spa and barbecue area to the meeting room, the Port Douglas Sands Resort offers guests the very best. Each spacious unit has a private balcony, air conditioning, full kitchen, laundry and large living space. In-room babysitting, cots and high chairs are also available.

With the town centre just minutes drive away, the resort is ideally located. Elegant and fashionable, Port Douglas offers a fantastic selection of fine restaurants and beautiful palm lined streets.

Accommodation Options

One Bedroom Apartment

Two Bedroom Apartment

Three Bedroom Apartment

Popular Activities

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