Hibiscus Gardens Spa Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHibiscus Gardens Spa Resort Port Douglas
Lovely tropical place to stay. Quiet and relaxing yet 300 metres from the beach and 100 metres from the main street. Excellent facilities.
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We are on our third night at the Port. Our first night we arrived just before 8 pm after a drive up the windy coast road from Cairns - The second we went out for dinner with Paul and Jenny to celebrate Paul's birthday. The third a quiet evening meal in the apartment. On Friday we spent most of the day at Mossman Gorge. It …
Nice quiet day - after our lovely brekky we relaxed and read on our balcony - Tom finished his Wilbur Smith and I've almost finished my Mothers Day Nora Roberts book. We also had lunch on our balcony before napping this afternoon Later in the day we went over to Four Mile Beach and saw the netted area for swimming. Then we went to The Mexican for …
So this morning we were up early, the first in to brekky. We packed and stored our luggage in the car before returning to reception where Russell, our tour guide for the day, collected us in his minibus. We joined 7 other tourists - 2 from Scotland, 2 from Germany, 2 from Melbourne and 1 from Belgium. First stop was Wildlife Habitat in Port Douglas …
So ..... This morning I remembered to take my phone to Brekky so I could photograph our lovely setting. After Brekky we returned to our unit where we booked ourselves on an inlet cruise this afternoon, relaxed, rested, napped and read till lunch.We thought we'd go to the Mexican for lunch, but it's closed till 3pm - so we'll go there for dinner …
So, on the morning of the Melbourne Cup we ate a fine breakfast down by the other pool - sorry I forgot to take my phone, will try to remember to take pics tomorrow. We leisurely readied ourselves for a day's outing, then headed off to Mossman for the preferred petrol. Then we climbed once again to the Atherton Tableland - this time the northern …