Resort hotel located amidst Queenslands south-east beaches
Located within just a short distance of the popular Hastings Street and the sea coast itself, the Noosa Blue Resort places its guests within easy reach of the towns attractions and the features of Southern Queensland in general.
The resort consists of 65 self-contained luxury suites and 24 premium penthouse suites. Guests staying here can expect a wide range of luxury features, including air-conditioning and ceiling fans to control the indoor climate. Amongst the added extras provided within the hotel apartments are laundry services, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, kitchenette, television with cable channels and DVD/CD player, and coffee and tea making facilities.
Each apartment is stylishly finished, including exclusive fabrics, cross cut travertine floors, granite bench tops, and cedar shutters. The style takes a modern approach, but also allows for an element of calm. Many rooms also include a spacious balcony from which to peruse the sights of the resort and the area surrounding it.
Those staying in the penthouse suites can enjoy a roof top garden, large outdoor spa, and entertaining area with barbecue facilities. Some of these feature views across the river and hinterland of Noosa, to the ocean itself.
Guests can enjoy a hearty breakfast in the Ebb Bar and Caf before they venture out for the day. The bar, which is located next to the resorts outdoor swimming pool, is an ideal location for an afternoon or evening drink.
Guests at the Noosa Blue Resort that wish to enjoy some fine dining can find an assortment of restaurants within the town limits, particularly on nearby Hastings Street, which is considered the beating heart of the towns cultural and entertainment district.
The number one attraction in this region has to be its many picturesque beaches. As well as Noosa Beach, Alexandria Bay and Sunshine Beach, the three main beaches in the region, there is a number of smaller beaches as well as coves and caves. The coast along these parts is particularly scenic.
With the beach come a number of activities, and not just your standard surfing and sunbathing. Familiar attractions include horse and camel treks, four-wheel-drive excursions, jet skiing, deep sea fishing, and a host of other similar pastimes.
Other popular attractions include the markets of Eumundi, multiple golf courses, several cruises along the Noosa River, and even Harley Davidson motorcycle tours of the mountains to the west.
As well as the coast, there are a range of land-based attractions for visitors to enjoy. Amongst the national parks and conservation reserves worth visiting are the nearby Noosa Spit Recreation Reserve, the Harry Springs Conservation Park, and the Great Sandy National Park.
The Noosa River and the many lakes that can be found in the area, offer further water-sports venues as well as stunning scenery in which to pass through as part of a gentle stroll or more exhilarating jog.
Of course, thanks to its location on the Coral Sea, the Noosa Blue Resort also offers visitors the option to head out to sea and visit the stunning Great Barrier Reef, one of the finest marvels in the whole world.