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Sabaya Resort Port Douglas

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Garden View One Bedroom Apartment

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Garden View One Bedroom Apartment - Sabaya Resort Port Douglas. Copyright Rydges Hotels & Resorts.

Overlooking the Resort's lush gardens, these apartments offer modern kitchenette facilities, bathroom with a shower, and a separate living/dining room. Bedding is a King or two Singles in the bedroom and there is a double sofa bed in the living room to sleep 2 children or 1 adult.

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Set in lush tropical gardens, Rydges Sabaya Resort Port Douglas is located just minutes from the township of Port Douglas and Four Mile Beach.

The resort is an ideal base from which to experience the World Heritage Rainforests, the majestic Daintree River, the creeks of Mossman Gorge, the palm fringed golden sands of the local beaches and the underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef. World-class golf, game fishing, diving, sailing, snorkeling and nature walks are all a way of life here.

A short distance away, the village atmosphere of Port Douglas awaits. A variety of restaurants, bars and shops are available for all tastes and budgets. Port Douglas offers some of the best dining experiences in North Queensland with a focus on local produce and style.

A regular shuttle service operates daily from the resort to the village, at a nominal charge.

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Review date:   January 6, 2018 9:01AM
Review:   We arrived at QT quite late after your staff were so helpful in ensuring we were safe and cared for after a terrible experience encountered elsewhere. Our stay was way too short. We cannot speak highly enough of your reception staff, bar staff, house keeping etc. location is superbly maintained and food out of this world and in abundance. Thank you for the 10 kilos I gained. We will definitely be back.
Author:   Ben & Helen Milbourne
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Review date:   March 19, 2018 3:29AM
Review:   Highly recommend staying here when visiting Port Douglas. It's conveniently close to town with a bus that comes frequently if you don't want to drive. The swim up bar and taco Tuesday were a favourite. There is an option to turn down room service in exchange for $10 a night contributing to food and drinks. Thought the breakfast buffet was overated. Go to Little Larder for breakfast!
Author:   Monica Grz
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Review date:   March 7, 2018 2:50AM
Review:   I stayed at QT with some international friends for 3 nights, the location was great and the facilities were really nice. My pieces of feedback would be that from our initial interaction with staff, we weren't impressed, I didn't get the feeling they really cared about our needs and wanted to go above and beyond. The rooms were a little tired and even though we had booked a 2 bedroom apartment and indicated 4 pax staying, the second room was made up as a twin, though this was rectified when asked. The breakfast was terrible, for a hotel of this level, I was expecting more, the only thing that changed the 3 days we were there was the smoothie option! Had I had to pay for it separately, I would have been even more disappointed.
Author:   Kathy Hoar
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Review date:   March 9, 2018 8:48AM
Review:   Place is lacking in maintenance. Lovely pool and people but the pool furniture is starting to look mouldy and the rooms are slowly falling apart. Doors don't close, light switches that do nothing and noisy air conditioners. Wouldn't choose here again for the money.
Author:   Daniel Paterson
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Review date:   December 27, 2017 9:33AM
Review:   Amazing bar with outdoor seating at the back. We loved the food, the drinks, and the overall service. I'd definitely recommend the cheesy fries - those were my favourite - and their fish taco for sure.
Author:   Yash Godbole
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