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Rydges Port Macquarie, Port Macquarie

The Rydges Port Macquarie is Port Macquarie’s first full service international hotel located on the waterfront, overlooking the Hastings River. The hotel is within walking distance of shops, the central business district and surf beaches. Enjoy relaxed dining in Compass Restaurant while taking in the views across the Hastings River. Alternatively, you can enjoy in-room dining looking over the Port Macquarie skyline or the breathtaking beach. Enjoy beach or deep sea fishing, golf, national parks, surfing, or visit the Koala Research Centre.

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2 Bedroom Apartment

Fully Self contained apartments , perfect for families.

Deluxe Room

Our Deluxe Rooms all feature queen bedding and are spacious and modernly furnished making them an ideal retreat for holiday makers or a terrific base for business travellers accessing the mid North Coast. Featuring sitting area, desk with 2 line speaker phone & data port. Air conditioning, tea/coffee making facilities & in room safe.



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