Mai Tai Resort

Lot 78 Rex Range Rd, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4877, Australia | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $172.00
 

Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

And now we are in heaven!

A travel blog entry by travellinglouis

... in the spa. We have a one bedroom penthouse suite with huge rooftop terrace , sun loungers BBQ ( bit of a waste. Another spa in the bathroom and two sinks .. Huge. Relaxing ambience, Balinese touches , lovely lighting and nice music and the place is a winner. Would recommend it ! Another day in paradise tomorrow and then home Wednesday. I love Ironman 70.3. And another trip to plan .... Will keep you ...

Where the Rainforest meets the Reef

A travel blog entry by danandzoelord

40

... tooth fin, but chances are it was probably more scared (offended) by Dan’s swimming shorts!  The shifting sands of the Whitsunday Hill Inlet, which we viewed from a look-out, was quite a sight to see – very pretty.  Having seen the view we walked down to the postcard-perfect Whitehaven Beach for lunch and a paddle. Again, we were very lucky with the weather, and while the scenery was stunning much of the fun involved skimming across ...

Port Douglas

A travel blog entry by edddadams

4

... Douglas, picked up food supplies for the next few days. Had lots of food at a cafe. Continued to explored the high street until we found a gem at the end of the road, a pub with a terrace overlooking the Marina, cheap food and drinks. Ordered a big bucket of shrimps. Walked back through the rain, blanketed in sticky humid droplets, I was the first to try out the ...

Cairns: Uncle Brian's and Cape Tribulation

A travel blog entry by lharbert

9

... people use the rainforest and how it is significant to them. There are these trees called 'figs' and they work in a really interesting way. The seed is deposited in the tree canopy and the sapling actually grows over another tree and wraps itself around it. The host tree eventually dies but the result looks amazing. The guide told us how these trees are sacred to the indigenous people and for whatever unknown reason they used to bury their dead inside the tree trunks ...

Why Do You Think That They Call it a RAIN Forest?

A travel blog entry by winebuff

2

... north of Port Douglas and had an excellent, dry visit. Our guide, really, really knows his stuff. A pharmicist, medical researcher and witch doctor would have each been proud of the depth and breadth of his knowledge of the plants, their toxins, defense mechanisms, and uses.

A stop for tea and muffins provided a needed respite after which we boarded a pontoon and cruised the Daintree River learning of its ecological background while looking for crocodiles. ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Lot 78 Rex Range Rd, Port Douglas, is near Tony's Tropical Tours, Four Mile Beach, Calypso Reef Cruises, and Daintree Discovery Tours.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Mai Tai Resort Port Douglas

    A very personal paradise

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    What a wonderful holiday! We were lucky to be the first to arrive after the completion of the amazing new drive. As the concrete was so fresh we couldn't drive on it, and Andre and Anthony offered us a complimentary upgrade to the "Executive Villa". At first we demurred - we'd seem the Bali style rooms, the tropical verandah, the fabulous view, and the indoor-outdoor bathroom of the room we'd booked. But one look at the villa below and we were swept away. This is not a villa for executives - it is fit for film stars, supermodels, the super-rich!

    'Our little piece of Eden'

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    Our time in what we grew to know as paradise on earth began by having our flight turned around half way due to a medical emergency involving one of the passengers.

    Hill top tranquility - we loved it here

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    We have just returned to Melbourne, after spending 5 amazing nights at Mai Tai, amidst the wonderful hill top tropical setting.

    A cut above the rest

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    If you prefer to commune with nature yet have all the creature comforts, Mai Tai Resort is for you. The rooms are stunningly appointed and set in a beautiful natural bush setting. Our hosts, Andre and Anthony were welcoming, informed and their main aim was to ensure our stay was as comfortable and special as possible. They steered us in the right direction as to what activities would best suit and were happy to advise on Port Douglas' restaurants. However we elected to stay in and enjoyed their cooking.

    Point Of Difference.

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    A point of difference...

    Best travel experience ever

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    We stayed at the Mai Tai for an all-too-short five days. From being greeted at our car by the two owners Andre & Anthony (who are also the staff, which was great), to the absolutely gorgeous room and private patio, to being served the most wonderful breakfast accompanied by great conversation each morning, to showering while viewing tropical plants, to being brought a battery-operated lantern during a brief power outage, to sleeping in a heavenly bed and being awoken by jungle birds each morning, to being given a parting gift of Thai foot massage products, this was hands down the most wonderful stay we've ever had, anywhere. The beauty that is the Port Douglas/Mossman area certainly doesn't hurt either - the sorrounding rainforest and beaches are breathtaking, healing places. Andre & Anthony are incredibly friendly, generous, down-to-earth, humorous people who make the experience a true pleasure. Their relaxed and joyful natures pervade the property and add to the peace of staying at the Mai Tai. Prior to our leaving for Australia, A&A advised us to rent a car at the airport rather than attempt a shuttle service or taxi to Port Douglas (we would have regreted doing anything but), and arranged a rainforest tour for us (they offered; we didn't have to ask). While we were there they furnished us with endless recommendations for beaches, restaurants, and things to do (and not to do). As much time as we wanted to spend languishing by the Mai Tai's pool, on our patio, or on the comfy daybed in our room, the sights, beaches, rainforest walks and coastal drives called. The property itself is astoundingly decorated in Balinese style down to the last detail with gorgeous statues, tapestries, paintings and antiques - we were continually amazed by how beautiful it all is. The only thing we would have done differently would have been to stay for much, much longer than we did. In conclusion: go. Stay. Enjoy. We certainly did.

    Tropical Retreat

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    For my partner and I, this was just the best place in which to unwind for a precious 7 nights. The South East Asian (mainly Balinese with a hint of Indian) ambience reflected in the buildings and decor, nestling pleasantly amongst tropical gardens makes for the perfect retreat.

    A stunning retreat with beautiful views

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    We stayed for 3 nights, and wanted to stay for more! The setting is just stunning, sensational views, amazing rooms and a lovely hospitable service. Anthony and Andre are exceptional hosts and relaxing on the balcony over that sensational breakfast is just so relaxing. It is great to be out of the main part of Port Douglas in your own retreat, but close enough to go out for dinner if you feel like it. The attention to detail in the rooms is beautiful, and there is a lovely feeling of privacy. Is very romantic, and we would go back again!

    Tropical Paradise

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    Great Location and Great Resort,

    Spent 5 days at Mai Tai lounging around the pool. Really beautiful retreat with fantastic views. Comfortable suites and good service. Would recommend to anybody looking for a total relaxing escape from the big city.

    Pampering atop the Austrailian Rain Forest

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    Pristine accomodations, very accomodating hosts and a wonderful view made the last leg of my journey quite memorable. The hosts offered everything from transportation to wonderful meals throughout my stay. Excursions are easily set up while you relax by the pool or sit on the porch overlooking a breathtaking view of the rainforest.

    I recommend it and will stay there again should my journeys bring me that way!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Mai Tai Resort Port Douglas

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding