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Port Douglas is a beautiful place, with four mile beach being one of the most stunning coastal lines we visited during our trip. The sea really is crystal clear and the sand almost white, and we enjoyed walking along and stopping to sunbathe for a little while. Only downside to PD is you have to go out by 8.30 as the town closes by 9pm! John, our …
... thrones. Paradise found!
The atmosphere is quietly serene with the sounds of nature at night prevailing over the table conversations. We ordered a pork belly appetizer to share and it was so succulent. For the main course, I actually declined the opportunity to have "awesome" beef rib eye and went with Barramundi which is a local fish. Lynne, on the other hand, (John & Nikki head's up alert) was drawn to the Mud Crab dish in any of three sauce styles. She chose the chilli ...
... returning to our room we decided to eat snacks for dinner and went to bed rather early.
January 23 Don and I were picked up at 8:30 for our day of snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef. Although it was cloudy and rained often during our trip, it was the best snorkelling I have ever done . The variety of colourful fish and coral was breathtaking. I saw sea turtles and a small sand ray. The highlight of my snorkel was seeing a small octopus ...
... me with a spicy, home made chutney, and it is is tasty. Soon after we move on, to my mind margits, but like that moveable pawn, the plans change without any real consent from myself. Where too? Back to Leannes to house sit as she travels down to Cairns to meet family for a few days.
I droped off at Leannes and with food in cupboard and a free house I jst have a few chores a day, walk the dogs, feed all the animals, this time a raven, bella the pig and hugo ...
It was a lush rainforest. We all enjoyed it. Especially the cold spring water for a dip. We all went to dinner at Salsa Bar and Grille. The food was great. Delicious. We went for a crocodile tour yesterday and actually saw a few while visiting the Daintree Rainforest. Wow...we are starting the preparation to leave this beautiful place. Mike and I love this upscale beach town. We just cannot believe you cannot get into the ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Meridian Port Douglas
Good location but would not go back
We booked a supeior studio for 6 nights at the end of July. Room was clean and a good size (nice touch to the room is the spa bath). The swimming pool is not extremely appealing and were not able to relax too much by the pool due to being next to the road (development of a new hotel nearby and noisy when cars were driving past etc..) so it was not total relaxation for us. The apartments are extremely well located and can walk into town in a couple of minutes. Our room was only cleaned once in 6 nights and you have to pay extra if you want to it cleaned daily. I thought the price was not great value for money especially as it did not include the daily cleaning service. I did not think the staff were very friendly especially the manager of the resort.
The Meridian Apartments are convenient, close to the village centre of Port Douglas, which was great (within walking distance). But basically you get what you pay for, and this is definately on the cheaper side in Port Douglas, and the accomodation is therefore pretty basic. We were there for four nights and the room wasn't cleaned once (you had to pay extra for this service apparently). Our studio balcony was so small they don't even give you chairs to sit outside! I would recommend upgrading to a larger room if there is availability.
We chose The Meridian because of its good reviews here, and because of its no children policy.
We have stayed in Port Douglas on other occasions but have never found a place a well maintained and clean as The Meridian. All features of the property were perfect for the type of hoiday that we were looking for. It is close to the beach, restuarants and shops.
The weather was perfect and we were able to visit the reef and the rainforest with wondeful help from the staff. Nothing was ever too much trouble for them.
We would certainly recommend this property for any one who is looking for a relaxing and affordable play to stay in Port Douglas.
Clean, relaxing, getaway
My husband and I stayed at the Meridian for 3 nights in April - after looking at several other hotels in the area, we are so glad we picked this place! The rooms are spotless, with all the amenities - coffee/tea and milk, tea kettle, dishes, great A/C (which is important in PD,) and best of all a private teak deck from which we could jump right into the pool! The location was perfect - there are several good restaurants within a 5-minute walk, and the staff was friendly and helpful. I would also recommend Micheal Angelo's and the Thai place on Macrossen for dinner, and Wavelength for snorkelling the reef!
My wife and I have returned from a stay of three weeks in Australia. The highlight of the trip was a 5-night stay in Port Douglas at the Meridian Apartments. The apartment we had was on the top floor, end unit. We had a spa on the balconey, a jetted bath tub, the building is only two years old and fitted with the most modern kitchen appliances, stove, dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, etc. All the cutlery and crockery is spotless as is the unit itself. There is a washer and dryer installed in the bathroom as well. The pool area is very well designed and inviting.
Excellent service and facility
My boyfriend and I stayed at the Meridian in port Douglas for two weeks.
(I noticed that some of the hotels were not up to standard in the area.)
However, Meridian was perfect!!
The room was beautifuly set out and the pool was clean and divine.
The hotel was also very convenient and close to the shops and the beach.
Everyone at reception was so friendly and helpful.
I would definitely go back again.
Stayed here with my boyfriend over Christmas 2005. It was wonderful to say the least. First, it was very conveniently located - minutes to the main street (Port douglas is small so its best to stay in this area as opposed to further out places like the Radisson). Second, the apartment was spacious and very nice. We had one of the more expensive rooms where you have your own pool deck. This option totally made the vacation. We had the best Christmas day ever, all we did was sun ourselves, read, sleep and jump into the pool whenever we felt too hot (which was very frequent). We also had a little patio with a table and chairs that was sheltered.
Luxury, privacy, with location.
The Meridian @ Pt Douglas is a new resort (2.5yrs) with great modern rooms, very private and quiet with excellent pool area and friendly service. Add to those a great location right near Macrossan St, 200m to the Beach and 500m to the Marina. Only potential negatives are children not allowed (positive for some!) and lack of bar/restaurant (but many are very close by). Would recommend to any couple (or group of couples) as a great place to stay in Port d.
Perfect place to stay - The Meridan at Port Douglas
The Meridian at Port Douglas was a wonderful place for a holiday. The resort has a central lagoon style pool, the apartments are self-contained and very luxurious. It was close to everything Port Douglas had to offer.
I will certainly be going back again.