Port Douglas Plantation Resort

1 Captain Cook Hwy, Port Douglas, Queensland, 4871, Australia | 3 star resort
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Location

This 3 star resort, located on 1 Captain Cook Hwy, Port Douglas, is near Port Douglas, The Rainforest Habitat Wildlife Sanctuary, Reef Sprinter, and Sea Temple Golf Club.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Port Douglas Plantation Resort

    Excellent value - a great place to stay

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    This was our first holiday with our little one (18 months) and we couldn't have picked a better place. Staff were friendly and accommodating. The villa was clean and comfortable - nothing grand but excellent for the money we were paying.

    Best of all was the pool area - clean and wonderful for our daughter with the wading area BUT also great for a really good swim in the larger section.

    Location was a little further out of P.D. than expected but so are nearly all of the hotels and with the frequent shuttle bus/great taxi service it was never a problem. Can't rate this 'budget' holiday highly enough. I've paid a lot more for much much worse.

    Rude staff

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    Stayed at this place whilst visiting daughter in Cairns. Would not stay ever again due to aggressive and unhelpful staff when asking for room to be cleaned/directions to attractions/recommendations for restaurants.

    Location inconvenient, not central and need to drive to be in amongst the bars/restaurants and shopping of downtown Port Douglas. OK, the price is good for a 2 bed apt, but you get what you pay for!

    I would have liked the guest to have voiced her concerns to our staff at the time so that any problems could have been rectified immediately.

    If the person who made this complaint would like to identify herself to management I am sure we could work something out for the next time she choose to visit her daughter in Cairns , even be it so far away.

    Excellent value for money

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    In the days of finding poor value for money in resort packages, Plantation Resort provides excellent "bang for the buck". Fantastic breakfasts every morning (complimentary , of course) , great swimming pool for the kids , and tennis courts , entertainment, library , bar, bistro etc etc. The 2 bedroom villas have plenty of room for a family of four, and Plantation Resort is at the entrance to Port Douglas, easily accessible.

    A family destination

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    Plantation Resort stands apart from other Port Douglas facilities. For a family you will find the resort is as friendly, clean and safe as they come. Spacious and well maintanied facilities and a team of staff members who are willing to go the extra mile.

    Value for Money

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    Just a quick note to mention about the wonderful resort that is the Plantation Resort.

    Upon arriving our family were impressed about the cleanliness of the resort and the facilities there which were all in excellent condition.

    Love the Pool area!

    Staff were helpful at all times during our week stay and if we visit Port Douglas again I will make sure that we stay at the Plantation resort as I found it to be excellent value for money.

    See you again.

    Facilities second to none

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    Great place to kick back, relax and enjoy the surrounds. Awesome staff, very friendly. Would loved to have been able to stay longer.

    Don't believe the hype

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    Strange how ALL the previous reviews gave this place maximum stars AND were all Australians who had visited in a recent 3 week period.

    Stayed here for 3 nights early November and enjoyed my time in PD. However, if this place is representative of 5 star accommodation in Port Douglas for the previous reviewers, then all I can say is that there are the equivalent in seven and eight star options in PD that these people have obviously not seen. Honestly, this place is clean and tidy, but is a little out of the way and is nothing special in terms of architecture, dining or service.

    Relaxing at Plantation

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    Port Douglas Plantation Resort provided our family with excellent self contained accommodation. Rooms were clean and spacious and the kids had plenty of room to run around. We enjoyed the central pool & cafe area and must compliment the friendly staff. Reception were great organising day trips for us, nothing seemed too much trouble. We had a great stay & would definately stay again when next in the area. Congratulations guys!!

    Friendly, relaxing, perfect

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    Very spacious with lovely well-maintained gardens.

    Terrific pool area with licensed cafe; very relaxing.....

    Apartments tasteful and spacious....

    Staff couldn't do enough for us...very courteous, helpful and friendly....made us feel very welcome..

    All in all, most of the facilities of the larger resorts but without the price...

    Excellent holiday value........!!

    Fabulous

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    Aboslutely fabulous 7 night holiday, great staff, safe and perfect for the kids. A really good family holiday location. Can't wit to go back to the Plantation Resort!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Port Douglas Plantation Resort

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Port Douglas

    Daintree & Cape Tribulation

    A travel blog entry by naomiheagney on Aug 13, 2014

    4 comments, 20 photos

    Woke up early with plenty of unusual bird noises and then we were on the road by 8.15am. We decided to head straight to Cape Tribulation (where the sealed road ends) then work our way back via the places we were keen to see. The first excitement for the day was crossing the Daintree River which is a cable ferry. The river was wider than expected and there were plenty of signs warning for crocodiles but we didn't manage to see any (thankfully). When we arrived at Cape ...

    Mission Beach, Port Douglas and Cape Tribulation

    A travel blog entry by sergeantdeleeuw on Jul 29, 2014

    2 photos

    ... as it took you through a lovely estuary and the natural habitat was pretty amazing. She said you would more than likely see crocs on this tour, but if you wanted to be guaranteed to see a croc, and I mean BIG crocs, then the tour along the Daintree River was the one you wanted. So the Daintree it was! I was in the tourist information centre around 9:30am and we were able to be booked onto the 11:45am tour. As we were already in Cape Tribulation we were on the ...

    Hello Port Douglas....

    A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Jul 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... a new chair. Mark had been struggling along with a Coleman's chair which had been breaking down since week 4 on the road. The guy in the BCF camping store was awesome - we only asked him to send it back to Coleman's just so they could see the issue but he said that wasn't good enough and let Mark choose a brand new chair. Now we have a wonderful new addition to our travels at no extra ...

    World championships here we come!

    A travel blog entry by travellinglouis on Jun 09, 2014

    ... been doing since is googling travel details ( with very bad wifi) We are safely settled at the sea temple at Palm cove ..waiting for our day spa appointment with a glass of champers and a beautiful lunch. Loving the ironman 70.3 event! So my darling husband is competing in the world championships in Mont tremblant Quebec in early September ... Who would have thought. Such an adventure. Will keep you ...

    4th Update OZ: From Victoria to North Queensland.

    A travel blog entry by movi on May 31, 2014

    208 photos

    ... Reef, our first encounter with the largest coral reef in the world. The trip had taken us up the east coast for more than 2500km and thus we decided it was time to leave the coast behind and explore the inland a bit more. Therefore, the next destination turned out to be the Blackdown Tableland National Park. This would also turn out to be the last trip with Dani, the Swiss man, because after the national park he was set to head back to Brisbane. The Blackdown Tableland hosted ...

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