Cairns resort gives meaning to romance

Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort.
Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort. Supplied

WITH two of Australia's natural wonders, the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest literally on the doorstep, Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort is an idyllic setting for honeymooners and lovers to embark on a romance escape.

From just $229* per room, per night, couples can enjoy the new Romance Escape Package, which includes overnight deluxe accommodation upgraded to a superior Pool View Room, a bottle of chilled sparkling wine on arrival, a delectable seafood buffet dinner indoors or alfresco at the resort's Mizuna Restaurant and full buffet breakfast the next morning. 

For those wishing to extend their stay the resort is also offering a Stay and Save deal where guests staying two nights or more receive a free breakfast.  Rates start from $149 per night and are subject to availability.

Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort is conveniently located just a short stroll from the popular Cairns Esplanade, the Marina, night markets and Reef Casino and offers easy access to many shopping and dining options. 

The in-house Mizuna Restaurant features contemporary Australian cuisine while Novo Bar offers a pleasant and relaxed setting overlooking the swimming lagoon and gardens.   Other facilities include an enticing swim-up pool bar and gymnasium.

As the name suggests, Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort offers the sought after tranquillity required for a romantic escape.  Lush tropical gardens, cascading water features and all the services and facilities of a 4.5 star resort. 

*The Romance Package requires full payment in advance and is non-refundable and subject to availability.

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