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Peppers Airlie Beach

At a Glance

    Pros

  • classy decor, food, and service
  • quiet location
  • buggies to ferry you up the resort's steep driveways

    Cons

  • outdoor dining only
  • small pool area
  • 2% surcharge on credit-card payments
  • no in-room heating in winter

Peppers Airlie Beach Review

The expansive one- to three-bedroom apartments at this high-end hillside resort are tailored for comfort, with spa baths the size of small cars, designer decor and appliances, high-end entertainment systems, free Wi-Fi, and big, furnished balconies with great views of the bay and yacht club. The resort is a steep trek or A$10 taxi ride from Airlie's main strip (though a resort shuttle runs till 11 nightly). In-house dining is sophisticated but pricey, offering breakfast till noon, pool-side lunch, and dinner that features Peppers's famous five-course degustation with matched wines are (A$130 pp). On-site facilities include a licensed bar, a wet-edge pool, a well-equipped gym, and a endota spa that offers detox, de-stress, and anti-aging treatments using organic Australian ingredients. Reef trips and water sports are at your doorstep, but there's plenty of incentive to stay put.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Mt. Whitsunday Dr., Airlie Beach, QLD 4802
  • Phone: 07/4962–5100; 1300/737–444
  • Website:
  • Location: Airlie Beach

    Hotel Details

  • 102 apartments.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 01-16-2014

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