Hotels

Cairns first new five-star hotel in over 20 years is now taking bookings

Australia’s newest five-star hotel brand, Crystalbrook Collection is now taking bookings for its first resort – Riley.

7f0b4b41ee6dcd09933d77bd305e3338

From 6 November 2018, travellers can stay at Cairns first new five-star hotel in over 20 years.

The new resort is all about “living in the moment and embracing the now” with a nod to environmentalism, in-room Apple Ipads complete with healthy living apps,  Staycast by Google Chromecast for video streaming, access to hundreds of complimentary movies and box sets and Nespresso machines (with recyclable pods of course).

Riley Bedroom 1

Plus, their food offering looks bloody unreal.

With share style food culture of the Mediterranean region at Rocco, wholesome fare at Greenfields, or you can take a quick trip to the bustling streets of Asia at Paper Crane.

f97c4d98b45d224ab6e6410f39b4e629

If you’re looking for some me time, their spa and wellness offering, Eléme Spa is sure to tickle your fancy.

Embracing both nature and science from Australia and beyond, Eléme Spa’s stellar menu is designed to flex, so our therapists can personalise each treatment to best suit you…your body, your skin, your mood on the day of your visit.

d9bd741f4f1bc19538a5d64b28647061

To celebrate their launch, Crystalbrook has a collection of special opening offers!

– Opening Special Advance Purchase. Pre-pay your Riley stay with rooms from $209 per night and receive a complimentary upgrade.

– Laze and Graze. Spend the night and enjoy a full buffet breakfast for two at Paper Crane, valet parking and late check-out from $339 per room per night.

– Pay Two, Stay Three. Stay a little longer. Book any Urban, Resort or Sea room for two nights and the third night is on Riley

For more info, check out their website here.

SEE WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

Leave a Reply

Aviation

Virgin drops more than half a million Queensland airfares from $85

While its sale to Bain Capital is not yet set in stone, Virgin is still taking it to Qantas with a huge sale.

Share

CommentComments

Travel Agents

Agent Wrap: New AFTA chief mingles, Tripadvisor trials customer-to-agent service + MORE

It’s finally Friday! Or, as we call it in the Travel Weekly office, Agent Wrap day. We also like to call it Wineday.

Share

CommentComments

Wholesalers

Bunnik Tours offers first-ever Aussie itinerary

The tour will be lead by Dennis Bunnik himself, complete with a visit to Bunnik House, just in case your clients want to see where all the magic happens.

Share

CommentComments

Destinations

TEQ says Queensland is ‘Good to Go’ in new national campaign

Tourism and Events Queensland has unveiled a new campaign which, thankfully, doesn’t feature any nasty creatures like Irukandji jellyfish or Pauline Hanson.

Share

CommentComments

Technology

“Absolute game-changer”: Tour Atlas unveils white-label search engine for agents

Tour Atlas has been keeping busy during lockdown, launching what it thinks is a game-changing new service.

Share

CommentComments

Hotels

Hotel Wrap: Pier One Sydney Harbour’s special industry offer, Raffles Bali opens + MORE

Grab your knife and fork, because we’ve got news for all tastes and budgets with this week’s smorgasbord of hotel delights.

Share

CommentComments

Technology

INFOGRAPHIC: What travel might look like in a socially-distant world

We love an infographic here at Travel Weekly, mainly because it means we don’t have to write as much and can put our feet up for a bit.

Share

CommentComments

Cruise

Queensland welcomes new cruise operator on Sunshine Coast

Here’s some swell cruise news that is sure to lift the spirits of industry professionals and travellers alike.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

New rule in place at Sydney Airport after passengers disembark Melbourne flight without COVID-19 screening

by Christian Fleetwood

A screening bungle at Sydney Airport has prompted a shift in the way NSW arrivals are screened going forward. Click here to read what you can expect.

Share

CommentComments

Destinations

Visit California gets cheeky with new text message campaign

The US state is sliding into travellers’ DMs with a string of text messages that seem more like they’re from a clingy ex than a destination.

Share

CommentComments

Aviation

Desperate travellers board flight to… nowhere

If you thought you were missing travel, wait until you see what avid travellers have been up to in Taiwan.

Share

CommentComments

Tourism

Australia’s inbound and domestic tourism spend falls by $6 billion

We’ve broken down Tourism Research Australia’s quarterly snapshot so that you don’t have to. And by “broken down”, we mean we skim read it and took a punt.

Share

CommentComments