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Sheraton Mirage Port Douglas Resort

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • magnificent saltwater lagoon pools
  • the beach is steps away
  • plenty of on-site facilities and programs

    Cons

  • rooms and facilities need updating
  • it's a fair distance from Port Douglas's restaurants and shopping
  • cost of food and other extras can add up
  • children's programs offered only during Australian school holidays

Sheraton Mirage Port Douglas Resort Review

One of the oldest beachfront resorts in Port Douglas has a stunning array of saltwater lagoon pools and an adjoining 18-hole golf course, making it a good choice, especially for families, though it's starting to show its age. Rooms have comfortable beds, TVs, wireless connectivity, an in-room movie system, and iPod docking stations. The grounds are quite beautiful, the pool area's gigantic, and rates can be a bargain. It's a big resort, with all the pluses and minuses size can offer, but thanks to the clever configuration of the the pools, you can almost always find a lounge chair, even when the place is full. Packages can offer significant savings, especially for stays of more than three nights.

    Hotel Details

  • 291 rooms, 3 suites, 100 villas.
  • Rate includes breakfast, no meals.
Updated: 12-04-2013

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