Friday, July 31, 2009
Stay and Play in Paradise
Get right away from winter fogs and frosts with a tropical holiday at one of Australia’s top resort golf courses.
Paradise Palms Resort and Country Club has released its three day, Stay ‘N’ Play package inviting guests to experience a tailor-made range of golf and pampering while luxuriating in the regal confines of its world-class, resort and country club.
The Stay –N- Play package is value packed, priced from $AUD360 per person and includes:
• Three nights accommodation in its brand new luxurious resort (choice of resort room or fully self contained one bedroom apartment
• Breakfast daily
• Two rounds of golf (18 holes) OR two, one hour massages OR one round of golf and one massage
Guests can take full advantage of the resort and country club facilities that include accommodation in the brand new, 96 room resort, dining in Fifty Nine Restaurant and Bar, a round or two of golf on one of Australia’s top championship courses, massage and spa services and even, a more light-hearted swing at the newly completed mini-golf.
Set on 126 ha of undulating surroundings surrounded by rainforest covered hills and just minutes to the Coral Sea, Paradise Palms provides an idyllic picture-perfect playground for holiday makers. Add to this, its convenient location just 20 minutes drive north of Cairns airport just five minutes from Palm Cove and half an hour from Port Douglas.
Paradise Palms Resort and Country Club is a member of Vision Hotels and Resorts.
For bookings and/or reservations and information:
Phone: (07) 4059 9999
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