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Alamanda by Lancemore
Alamanda Resort & Spa The only absolute beachfront resort in Palm Cove - 5 Star Luxury - 5 Star Service - 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Suites

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- FREE Wi-Fi
FROM $276 Per Night
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Mgallery by Sofitel - Reef House
Reef House Resort & Spa Luxury Resort opposite beautiful Palm Cove Beach.

STAY 4 PAY 3

Includes:
- Bottle of Sparkling
- Brigadiers Punch at Twilight
- Wi-Fi and DVD library
- Late 1pm check out
FROM $169 Per Night
PALM COVE
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Kuranda & Reef Combo
Reef & Kuranda 2 Day Experience 2 reef destinations in 1 day on the fabulous Evolution vessel. Visit Kuranda on famous Skyrail and Kuranda Train and explore the village in the Rainforest.

Tour Combo SAVE $56!

- Famous Skyrail Cableway
- Evolution premium reef cruise
- 2 Outer Reef locations
- Snorkel gear
- Scenic Kuranda train
- Free time in Kuranda
& more..
FROM $305 Per Person
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5 night Tropical Reef & Rainforest
Tropical Reef & Rainforest 5 nights at Bay Village with 3 most popular reef & rainforest full day tours.

EXCELLENT VALUE!

- 5 Nights in a Studio
- Breakfast daily
- 5 Hours internet
- Evolution Outer Reef Cruise
- Daintree Rainforest Tour
- Crocodile River Cruise
- Kuranda Train & Skyrail
FROM $831 Per Person
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Hotel Cairns Getaway Package
The Cairns Getaway Package is an ideal option for those who simply want to escape for a short break to the beautiful tropical north.

4 NIGHT PACKAGE

- The Hotel Cairns
- Full Breakfast Daily
- Green Island Day trip
- Glass Bottom Boat or
- or Snorkel gear
- Kuranda Train & Skyrail
FROM $483 Per Person
CAIRNS CITY
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4 Night Tropical Indulgence
4 Night Tropical Indulgence offers a complete city experience with a 5 star sailing daytrip to Michaelmas Cay including bubbly, cheese & crackers on the way home.

FUN ESCAPE - GREAT LOCATION

- 4 Nights VIP Shangri-La
- Horizon Club Breakfast daily
- Sunset Drinks & canapes daily
- Complimentary refreshments
- Ocean Spirit Michaelmas Cay day
- Semi-Submarine Coral Viewing
- Wine, cheese & crackers on sail home
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7 Night Vision Family Fun
Vision luxury apartments perfectly located on the Cairns Esplanade. Short stroll along boardwalk to famous Cairns Swimming Lagoon, Restaurants & Marina.

7 NIGHT FAMILY FUN

-Green Island Day Trip
-Snorkel or Glass Bottom Boat
-Kuranda Train & Skyrail
-Fully Equipped Gym
-Lap Pool
-Spa & Sauna
-BBQ Area
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Cairns Tourism News

Monday, September 29, 2008

It’s all starting to happen now on our Wildlife at Sunset tour!

As the weather warms up the bats, following the increase in food sources, start their migration back to Barkers Cave for the mating season.

The population swells into the 100,000’s and the nightly forays from cave to bush make a stunning spectacle. But there are more than just gaping tourists and camera flashes awaiting their emergence. “Night Tigers” or Brown Tree snakes dangle in readiness, lightening quick lunges are required to grab a nightly feed of the microbats zigzagging their way from the cave’s mouth.

But don’t worry; harmless to us, it’s the bats these reptiles are after. So put yourself in the documentary next time you are out at Undara!

Monday, September 29, 2008

It’s all starting to happen now on our Wildlife at Sunset tour!

As the weather warms up the bats, following the increase in food sources, start their migration back to Barkers Cave for the mating season.

The population swells into the 100,000’s and the nightly forays from cave to bush make a stunning spectacle. But there are more than just gaping tourists and camera flashes awaiting their emergence. “Night Tigers” or Brown Tree snakes dangle in readiness, lightening quick lunges are required to grab a nightly feed of the microbats zigzagging their way from the cave’s mouth.

But don’t worry; harmless to us, it’s the bats these reptiles are after. So put yourself in the documentary next time you are out at Undara!

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Although the winds were still up a little again today, guests enjoyed the comfort and shelter that Marine World offers. The Guided Marine Snorkel Tours and the fish feeding were popular today with our Biologist. The wildlife encountered today included a majestic manta ray, masked angel fish, schooling unicorn surgeon fish, lined rabbit fish and hundreds of herbivores that included parrot fish species, damsel fish species and a variety of anemone fish species.

Introductory Diving was also popular with guests braving the depths to get a closer look at the under water world. Creatures sighted today included a large green turtle, a moray eel, a white tip reef shark a large school of paddle tailed snapper along with an array of tropical reef fish.

Certified Divers enjoyed the spectacular colours of the larger coral structures on the drop off at Moore Reef.

With a change in the winds for the next three days you can see all the wonders of the reef in relative comfort by travelling direct from Cairns, spending a full 5 hours at the stable platform Marine World.  Reef Magic’s fast, stable catamaran cruises at 22knots arriving in only 90 mins. Book with your preferred Tour Desk or Hotel Reception to enjoy the reef’s magic at Marine World.

Water Temperature: 26 C
Underwater Visibility: 15m

CURRENT OBSERVATIONS
As of: 4pm Today:-

Marine World: S winds 20 knots
Low Isles: SE winds 21 knots
Green Island: SSE winds 25 knots
Cairns Airport: SSE winds 13 knots     
                  
3 DAY OUTLOOK
As per Bureau of Meteorology-Cooktown to Cardwell at 3pm

Sunday: SE winds 15-20 knots
Monday: SE winds 10-15 knots
Tuesday: SE winds 10-15 knots

 

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Just a reminder that Shaolin is fully operational, fully crewed and in full swing with many happy guests enjoying the Shaolin experience...with full time Skipper Pete and Hostie/Snorkel guide Katie with extra helpers where needed. Shaolin is looking better than ever operating daily to Low Isles, only subject to the usual weather conditions.
 
Shaolin in her 26th year from Port Douglas, is the only traditional vessel with access to Low Isles daily, being 1 of only 4 permits. Her midday departure gives a great opportunity for a last minute decision to visit the Great Barrier Reef and enjoy a reef and island cruise with a difference. Small numbers, personal service, unique ambience, excellent snorkelling with turtles, glass bottom boat and quiet time on Low Isles before the sunset motor/ sail back to Port.

Please click here to view further details on the Shaolin Cruise.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Skyrail Cableway is 7.5 kilometres (4.7 miles) long.

It has a total of 114 gondola cabins, each capable of seating 6 passengers, providing a carrying capacity of 700 passengers per hour in each direction.

The cableway can operate at a speed of five metres per second (18 kilometres per hour, or 11 miles per hour); however its normal operating speed is much slower to provide guests with the maximum time to enjoy their rainforest experience.

There are 32 towers in total. The highest tower is 40.5 metres (133 feet) high.

Red Peak is Skyrail’s highest station at 545 metres above sea level (1,788 feet). The Kuranda Station sits at 336 metres (1,100 feet) and Caravonica Terminal is only 5 metres above sea level (16 feet).

The steepest section of the cableway has a slope of 19 degrees.

Skyrail Rainforest Cableway has 15 kilometres of 40.5mm galvanised steel rope weighing more than the equivalent of 100 sedan cars.

There is a multi-core communications cable which runs in the middle of the towers, between the two lines of haul rope. This carries all the voice and safety circuit communications.

The cableway is driven by a 383kW (500hp) D.C Electric Motor located at each drive station, the Kuranda and Caravonica Stations. Each drive station has a back-up diesel motor and a further auxiliary Hydrostatic Drive.

Skyrail operates daily from 8.15am to 5.15pm. Allow up to 1½ hours to complete a one-way journey, this includes spending time at the two rainforest mid-stations. Skyrail can be combined with the Kuranda Scenic Railway and number of other Cairns’ great day tour products, please
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Sunday, September 21, 2008

It’s Squid Squad Time!

It’s school holiday time again and that means one thing… It’s Squid Squad time! This fun kids club on Quicksilver’s Outer Reef cruise has proved a popular treat for children and families travelling to the reef.

And the big news is it can now be pre-booked!

Commencing again for the forthcoming school holiday period, 19 September – 13 October, the Squid Squad offers children aged 5 – 12 years an extra dimension to their reef experience. Complete with the Squid Squad activity book, fun and games, they’ll be having so much fun before they even realise it’s educational too.

Supervised by Quicksilver’s friendly and experienced crew, the club runs in 45 minute sessions while at the outer reef platform – giving mum and dad some guilt-free time to enjoy a snorkel, lunch together and relax on the sundeck, or even take a scenic helicopter flight.

The club costs $20 per child. If two or more children from the same family are joining the club, the cost for the additional children is $15 per child.

Key points – Squid Squad:

  • Only available on Quicksilver’s Outer Reef Cruise.
  • 3 x 45 minute sessions available each day.
  • For children aged 5 – 12 years.

Currently only available over the school holiday periods. This next holiday periods are 19 September - 13 October; 12 December - 29th January 2009.

Please contact one of our friendly consultants to pre book the Squid Squad with your Outer Barrier Reef Cruise.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

The Mamu Rainforest Canopy Walkway has been labelled an iconic new Far Northern tourist attraction with "wow factor" and more than 3000 people have visited the $10 million attraction near Innisfail in its first three weeks. The canopy walk guest book is brimming with positive comments about the height of the walkway and the views. The Far North's newest major tourist attraction rises 48m above the ground for views over World Heritage rainforest and the North Johnstone River.

Location
30km west of Innisfail, in Wooroonooran National Park

Welcome
The Ma:Mu Aboriginal Traditional Owners of this area look forward to welcoming you to this special place in Waribara clan rainforest country.

What's Special?
Visitors can experience the exhilaration of being high in the rainforest canopy, and enjoy spectacular views of the North Johnstone River gorge and World Heritage listed rainforest.

The Mamu Rainforest Canopy Walkway was opened by the Hon Anna Bligh, MP, Premier of Queensland, on 24 August 2008. It is in Wooroonooran National Park, in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. The walkway is on the Palmerston Highway, about 30km north west of Innisfail. It is about 90 minutes drive from Cairns and 30 minutes from Innisfail.

Wheelchair Accessibility
The ground-level Forest walk and the elevated walkway (but not the upper deck of the observation tower) are accessible for wheelchairs with assistance, strollers, and people with impaired vision or mobility.

Top Walkway Features
The Mamu Rainforest Canopy Walkway offers a unique experience. Visitors can get close to rainforest plants and animals, from the forest floor to the forest canopy. They can also enjoy sweeping vistas of World Heritage-listed landscapes. Information signs help visitors to understand the rich cultural history of the area and the complex web of rainforest life.

The walkway is located on the escarpment of the North Johnstone River gorge, offering spectacular views over a sharp bend in the river and beyond to rainforest-clad mountains. The entire area has cultural significance for the Ma:Mu Aboriginal people.

The walkway includes:-

  • More than 1000 metres of ground level walking tracks, connecting the elevated walkway, cantilever and tower
  • A 350m elevated walkway, high in the canopy of this lush tropical rainforest
  • A 10m-long cantilever and a 37m-high observation tower with two viewing decks, providing spectacular views over the North Johnstone River
  • Gorge and surrounding Wet Tropics World Heritage Area
  • Seats, information signs and artworks in shelters along the Forest walk and on the elevated walkway
  • An entry building, office building, toilets, bus shelter and a combined bus and carpark.
  • Forest walk
  • From the entry building, which is a short walk from the carpark, visitors stroll along the ground-level Forest walk for a close-up look at this rich tropical rainforest, part of one of the largest remaining continuous stands of complex vine forest on basalt soils. The walking track is an easy walk, suitable for wheelchairs, prams and visitors with vision-impairment.

Cantilever
Visitors arrive at a shelter with seats and information signs. From the shelter a 10m-long cantilevered structure rises gently as the ground drops away steeply, providing visitors with their first experience of the rainforest canopy. At the end, a viewing platform offers a magnificent view of the valley below, featuring a sharp bend in the North Johnstone River. Visitors then return to the shelter and continue along the Forest walk to the start of the elevated walkway.

Elevated walkway
The elevated walkway meanders through the rainforest canopy. Along the way visitors are able to view rainforest plants and animals at close quarters and gain tantalising glimpses of the river valley far below. Two small shelters provide rest areas and three linking sections offer the choice to leave the elevated walkway and return to the ground-level Forest walk, where two shelters provide seats and information signs.

Observation tower
At the end of the elevated walkway a short section of the Forest walk brings visitors to the final information and rest shelter. From here a short elevated walkway leads to the lower viewing deck of the observation tower. The top of the tower, 37m above the ground, is reached by an external stairway (not accessible for wheelchairs) and offers visitors spectacular, uninterrupted vistas of the North Johnstone River gorge and surrounding landscapes. Information signs help visitors to learn more about this landscape.

Admission prices:
Adults $20
Children (4–14 years, children under 4 free) $10
Family (2 adults, 2 children) $50
Concession ( Queensland Pensioner Card/ Australian Seniors Card) $16

Or why not include the Mamu Rainforest Canopy Walkway with a full Rainforest Safari day tour with
 Wooroonooran Safaris.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Green Island Resort’s premium Reef Suites have undergone a stylish soft refurbishment, bringing a whole new level of luxury to these beautiful suites.

With just ten Reef Suites, each boasts 66 square metres (714 sq ft) of living area over two levels including a large king size bed, spacious lounge area, separate bath and shower, and private balcony set amid the tropical rainforest.

On entering the suite, your eyes are drawn to the warmth of the stunning timber floors and louvre framed window and door treatments. The large king size bed is luxuriant and sumptuous in the stylish simplicity of black and white, contrasted against its tropical surrounds.

Green Island Resort has just 46 suites in total and offers has two superb styles of accommodation, Reef and Island Suites, each featuring aromatic timbers and private balconies with either rainforest or pool views.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Pro Dive Cairns has opened an exciting new retail shop in the heart of Cairns offering the largest range of dive equipment and watersports products for divers, snorkellers and swimmers.

Along with the highest service and specialist knowledge, Pro Dive’s retail team can advise on the best products for all diving and aquatic enthusiasts, as well as stocking the latest in quality swimwear and clothing items – just about everything you will need to enjoy a day on the Great Barrier Reef!

The bright and spacious shop is located at the corner of Shields Street & Grafton Street.

In recognition of retail excellence, Pro Dive Cairns was recently awarded the“Outstanding Industry Achievement Award 2008” by Aquanaut, suppliers of Aqualung diving equipment, Suunto, Seaquest and Sea&Sea.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

The idyllic Low Isles and its 130 year old lighthouse have both been added to Australia’s Commonwealth Heritage List in recognition of their place in Australia’s cultural and Indigenous heritage. This is a first for the Great Barrier Reef, and is very significant as it is the first time one location has received a dual listing for both Indigenous history and Australian cultural heritage.

Quicksilver has been sailing to Low Isles since 1979 and we have always known it is a special island. On our daily Wavedancer cruise, our Marine Biologists conduct the only guided heritage walk of Low Isles, as well as a guided snorkel tour to share the secrets of the Great Barrier Reef and bring to life the island’s history.

A little bit of island history...

  • In 1770 Captain James Cook described Low Isles as a “small low island” and was officially called Low Isles in 1819.
  • Low Isles is a small coral cay and the Aboriginal people know these islands as Wungkun. It is an important Indigenous and cultural site for the KuKu Yalanji and Yiragandi people as the sea country for both groups overlaps at Low Isles.
  • Weather data has been gathered from the island since 1887 and in 1928 it was the base for the first scientific study of a coral reef anywhere in the world.
  • Quicksilver commenced the first daily cruises to Low Isles in 1979. In 2000, the Low Isles Heritage Walk was officially opened. 

About the lighthouse...

  • The lighthouse was completed in 1878 and for the past 130 years has guided ships through the main shipping channel between Port Douglas and Cairns.
  • The lighthouse was constructed on a timber frame with a galvanised sheath and interestingly, the Low Isles lighthouse was the first in Queensland to have porthole windows. A timber staircase leads to the lantern room.
  • Originally oil burners were used to light the way, but over the years with new technology the lighthouse continued to be upgraded and in 1993 solar conversion made it into a self contained beacon.
  • The original 1878 lens for the light can today be seen on display in the Court House Museum, Port Douglas.

Come and experience this very special island with
Quicksilver’s Wavedancer.

 

Sunday, September 14, 2008

NOW IS THE TIME TO VISIT THE REEF!

It was a beautiful day out at Moore Reef today. With only 9 knots of wind, the seas were very calm, the fish were very playful and the activities were endless. A highlight of today was the scuba diving, with tours led by our very talented and knowledgeable dive crew. Many guests took advantage of the conditions and donned a scuba unit and headed into the underwater realm, some for the very first time. Highlights in the water today included Oceanic Trout, schools of Trevally, Clown Fish in their protective anemone, Red Snapper, beautiful bright yellow & black Moorish Idols, our resident Maori Wrasse, plus Coral munching Parrot Fish.

Marine World is located alongside some of the best preserved Plate, Staghorn & Boulder Corals in the region.

Water Temperature: 26 C
Underwater Visibility: 25-30m

Current Observations:

Marine World: SE winds 9 knots
Low Isles: SSE winds 15 knots
Green Island: SSE winds 18 knots
Cairns Airport: SE winds 12 knots     
                  
3 DAY OUTLOOK
As per Bureau of Meteorology-Cooktown to Cardwell at 3pm

Sunday: SE/NE winds 10-15 knots
Monday: SE/NE winds 10-15 knots
Tuesday: SE/NE winds 10-15 knots

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3 night Green Island Getaway
3 Night Green Island Resort Package Premium 3 night stay on gorgeous tropical Coral Cay on Great Barrier Reef only 45 minutes from Cairns

Special includes:

-Return ferry transfers
-Full buffet breakfast daily
-Sunset drinks daily
-Glass bottom boat tour
-Evening nature walk
-Fish feeding
-Snorkel equipment
-Kayaks, beach volleyball etc..
Outer Reef Pontoon Cruise:
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Snorkel - Dive - Heli
Get High Up Top, Dive Down Under Truly memorable reef experience to outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef.

Snorkel-Dive-Heli

- 10 min scenic Heli flight
- 1x Certified or Intro Dive
- Glass Bottom Boat tour
- Snorkel gear
- Guided Snorkel tour
- Aussie BBQ Lunch
- 5 hours on the reef
- 2 different reef locations
- Glass of wine and cheese platter on return
- Live on-board entertainment on journey home
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Temp: 26.1 °C
Wind: 2 kt WSW
Humidity: 71%
Pressure: 1007.8 hpa
Rain: 14mm since 9am
Forecast: 26 - 37 °C (Mostly sunny)

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Ultimate Kuranda Day Out
BALLOON, TRAIN & SKYRAIL Magical flight in the world's largest commercial Hot Air Balloon followed by Skyrail, the world's longest gondola cableway, and journey back to Cairns on famous Kuranda Scenic Rail.

MOST POPULAR FULL DAY!

- Morning Hot Air Balloon
- Stunning landscape
- Kuranda Markets, Galleries, Cafe's
- Skyrail Rainforest Cableway
- Kuranda Scenic Railway
- All levies included
FROM $364 Per Adult

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Alamanda by Lancemore
Alamanda Resort & Spa The only absolute beachfront resort in Palm Cove - 5 Star Luxury - 5 Star Service - 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Suites

STAY 4 PAY 3

- FREE Wi-Fi
FROM $276 Per Night
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Seafood Buffet Dinner Cruise
Luxury Dinner Cruise 2.5 hour evening cruise soaking up glorious scenery of Cairns waterfront & Trinity Inlet

BUFFET WITH SEAFOOD

- Beverage on arrival
- Ultimate waterfront dining
- Entertainment
- Luxurious vessel
- Large outdoor decks
- Calm water evening cruise
FROM $95 Per Adult

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The Beach Club Palm Cove
The Beach Club Palm Cove Captures the leisurely tropical lifestyle. Modern hotel rooms with spa, 1 & 2 bedroom fully equipped apartment within resort with 3 swimming pools.

BEACHFRONT RESORT

- STAY 7 PAY 5
- STAY 4 PAY 3
FROM $125 Per Night
LAP POOL, TENNIS COURT
FITNESS CENTRE
Book early for stays: 16th October - 24th December 2018 & 16th January - 23rd June 2019
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Cooktown 4WD Adventure
1 Day Cooktown 4WD Adventure Travel through the rugged terrain of the famous Bloomfield Track from Cape Tribulation to Cooktown

VISIT AUSTRALIA'S FIRST SETTLEMENT

- Cape Tribulation & Daintree
- The Rugged Bloomfield Track
- Lunch at an Aussie Bush Pub
- The Black Mountains
- 2 hours free time in Cooktown
FROM $329 Per Adult

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Tully Raft + Skydive
Tully Raft & Skydive Super thrills & spills 2 day combo!

Awesome combination: Australia's #1 Rafting full day & a 14,000 ft Skydive
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Reef Magic Cruises
Reef Magic Cruises Back due to popular demand!

Heli Special

- Full Day Marine World
- Outer Reef Cruise
- 10 Minute Heli flight
- Lunch
- Semi-Submarine
- Glass Bottom Boat
- 5 hours at Reef
- Morning & Afternoon Tea
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2 day Cape Trib & Rock Art
CAPE TRIB & ROCK ART !! Day 1-Daintree, Cape Tribulation & 4WD Bloomfield Track. Day 2-Chillagoe Caves, Aboriginal Rock Art & Granite Gorge.

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- Custom built a/c 4WD
- Maximum 16 passengers
- Spectacular wildlife
- Outback experience
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Pacific Hotel Cairns
Pacific Hotel Cairns Spacious and elegant rooms with private balconies, most with views over Marlin Marina, Trinity Inlet and park lands.

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- Free Wi-Fi
- History & Character
- Newly appointed rooms
- Waterfront City location
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The Hotel Cairns
The Hotel Cairns a tropical experience in traditional Queenslander style

STAY 4 PAY 3

- Free Internet
- Full breakfast daily
- Unique & Unbeatable offer!
- New Cardio Gym
FROM $134 Per Night
Full Breakfast daily
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