Sparkling blue lagoons with pure white sandy shores will greet you at the Sheraton Mirage Port Douglas Resort, nestled between two UNESCO World Heritage Sites—the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest. We’re conveniently located just one hour from Cairns Airport (CNS) and only minutes from the picturesque seaside village of Port Douglas, home to shopping, galleries, restaurants, a marina, and more. With direct access to Four Mile Beach and set in 130 hectares of lush tropical gardens with 2 hectares of magnificent swimmable blue lagoons, our location is matched only by our standard of indulgence, opulence, service, and style. Our 294 superbly appointed rooms and suites and more than 100 split-level villas offer a seamless blend of comfort and style. Every inch of our accommodations have been designed with your comfort in mind. Resort rooms feature one king-size or two double Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience beds, spacious sitting areas, marble bathrooms, wireless High Speed Internet Access, and stunning views of the lush tropical gardens, landscaped golf course, or sparkling blue lagoons. Some rooms feature private lagoon terraces or balconies and Jacuzzi spas. Connect with loved ones and share a delicious meal prepared with fresh local produce in one of our tempting restaurants and bars. Experience award-winning dining at Lagoons Restaurant, or get active on our stunning 18-hole golf course, 25-meter lap pool, tennis courts, or gym at the Mirage Country Club. A spectacular location combined with innovative venues and first-class service make our resort an idyllic setting for any world-class event. Our range of unique venues includes the 800-square-meter Glade Pavilion, the largest pillar-less resort conference facility in Tropical North Queensland. If you are planning your dream wedding, imagine beginning your lives together in a tropical paradise and exchange vows in our beachfront Crystal Wedding Chapel.
Beautiful beach, lagoon pools were beautiful as well although many were dirty looking. Good location Very tired resort in desperate need of renovation. Compared to other, much less expensive places in the area they seemed over priced.
We just got a great deal via kayak, $105 a night in Port Douglas. Great value. Room was spacious, clean and comfy. Restaurant is a bit pricey for the qualify of food