QLD’s best 5-star hotel launches savings and free ‘signature inclusions’ until 31 May 2024

QLD’s best 5-star hotel launches savings and free ‘signature inclusions’ until 31 May 2024
Edited by Travel Weekly


    To celebrate being named Queensland’s top five-star hotel at the QLD Tourism Awards on Friday, The Reef House Boutique Hotel and Spa is giving away up to $1150 of additional inclusions including a complimentary night during Rejuvenation Season.

    Rejuvenation Season Escapes are available until May 31 at the adults-only wellness resort which overlooks the beach at Palm Cove in Tropical North Queensland.

    A six-night package starts at $1874 per person and includes a complimentary night, a candlelit three-course a la carte dinner one night, $400 food and beverage credit to enjoy at leisure and daily breakfast overlooking the Coral Sea.

    Reef House Palm Cove restaurant. (Supplied)

    A three-night package is also available from $790 per person which includes a complimentary night, a candlelit three-course a la carte dinner one night, $100 day spa credit and daily breakfast overlooking the Coral Sea.

    Every Boutique Tropical Escape has more than 21 ‘signature inclusions’ such as the sleep easy program, an Indigenous cultural experience, cocktail making, wine tasting, poolside stretch and breathe classes, beach yoga, skincare talks at the spa, and aqua aerobics.

    House guests enjoy a poolside butler delivering cold hand towels in the morning and sorbet in the afternoons, private poolside or in-room dining, and complimentary punch and canapes in the Brigadier’s Lounge at twilight.

    To ensure the ultimate, personalised experience, Escape Planning Specialists contact each guest in the lead-up to their arrival to arrange the perfect itinerary, once at the hotel, Luxury Concierge Cedric Lootvoet and his team are hand to assist guests during their stay in the tropical paradise.

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