Sheraton Noosa Resort

Sheraton Noosa Resort


The Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia – an amazingly beautiful stretch of coast that holds what its name promises! The luxurious Sheraton Noosa Resort & Spa perfectly complements the Sunshine Coast’s delights.


The elegant first-class hotel offers finest accommodation in its 175 guest rooms and suites. The stylish architecture radiates a southern flair – airiness and warmth – no matter the season.


Supreme comforts inside and fragrant lush tropical gardens that frame a beautifully read more » designed pool on the outside! Those who would like to stay in shape will furthermore appreciate the Sheraton’s fully-equipped gym.


Kick back and unwind on the deckchairs or visit the excellent Aqua Day Spa. Later, settle down in the pool bar and enjoy a cocktail mixed to perfection as a sundowner.


Afterwards, to add the finishing touch to a perfect day, treat yourself to a delicious dinner at the Cato’s Restaurant and Bar, which puts in a good run for Noosa’s finest restaurant.


Your generously designed room, Lifestyle Spa Studio or comfortable suite is also perfect for a moment or two of sweet idleness. Step out onto the balcony, put your feet up and enjoy the view of the Noosa River.


The Sheraton Noosa Resort is also the ideal venue for your business event: The conference facilities have received the Queensland 2005 Meetings & Events Industry Award in the category 150 to 500 guests. Of course, every event is tailored to your specifications.


Incidentally, the Sheraton Noosa Resort & Spa’s facilities are 100% non-smoking. Instead, relax on the beach, inhale the salty air and cherish the slow pace and wonderful setting. Stylish elegance and Mediterranean Flair at the Sheraton Noosa on the Sunshine Coast!


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Located approximately two hours north of Brisbane, on Australia’s famous Sunshine Coast, the Sheraton Noosa Resort & Spa lies framed by national parks and historic seaside towns.


Its exact location read more » is Hastings Street in the heart of Noosa, at only a few metres’ distance from the beach. The Sheraton radiates elegance and southern flair: Every one of the 175 rooms boasts a private balcony and spa ensuite with a tub and separate shower.


Our recommendation goes to the seven Noosa Lifestyle Spa Studios or the 29 suites, which are integrated into poolside villas surrounded by lush tropical gardens.


The amenities include air-conditioning, alarm clock, fridge, kitchenette, mini bar, telephone, TV, video on demand, tea and coffee maker, safe and a hairdryer.


Cool down in the beautiful swimming pool or soak in sweet idleness in the spa-pool. Those who are determined to stay in shape during their holidays may use the fully-equipped gym. A little surcharge applies.


Supreme relaxation and professional therapies are offered at the Sheraton Noosa’s first-class spa. Allow caring hands to spoil you with tension-relieving massages or tailored treatments. Afterwards, take a sauna in the elegant facilities.


Moreover, a nearby golf course and tennis courts welcome guests lodged at the Sheraton Noosa. Sweet idleness or a day filled with activities – you decide! And later at night, the restaurant already awaits you with gourmet delicacies.


The Cato’s Restaurant and Bar has earned itself a quite a reputation for its sensational international and Australian creations. Settle down choose an Australian wine as the perfect accompaniment and indulge! The finishing touch to a perfect day!


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Escape from everyday life and find luxurious shelter at the Sheraton Resort & Spa on Australia’s beautiful Sunshine Coast. Relish the refined comforts and the setting on Noosa’s picturesque beach.


The read more » surroundings boast gorgeous, sun-kissed sand beaches, tranquil rivers and vast rainforests … not to mention the Noosa National Park. Despite the green surroundings, the Sheraton is set at the heart of the stylish seaside town Noosa.


The Sheraton is located on Hastings Street, which is an enthusiastic shopper’s delight: countless boutique stores and haute couture fashion shops line the street on both sides.


However, the spectacular nature all around also demands your attention. Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island, definitely deserves a visit. Drive up and down the endless beach lining the island’s east coast.


Please note that swimming is not recommended because of sharks and strong currents. No worries: Fraser compensates with no less than 200 crystal-clear, sand-filtered freshwater lakes and streams. Two of the largest and famous are Lake Wabby and Lake McKenzie.


A network of trails navigates the island protected as a national park and offers you the chance to spot the local wildlife. Fraser is an excellent place to keep your eyes peeled for the Dingo, Australia’s wild dog, or Goannas.


Moreover, the waters around Fraser are the breeding grounds for migrating Humpback Whales, which may be seen from June through to October.


Noosa is the centre of the Sunshine Coast and sports a number of excellent beaches, some of which are perfect for surfing, others for swimming. Discover small bays and hike the Noosa National Park, where you can occasionally spot a sleeping Koala wedged tightly into the forking branches of a gum tree.


Lastly, the famous Glasshouse Mountains are also within easy reach for daytrip. A landmark seen from the highway from quite a distance away, the Glasshouse Mountains are ancient volcanoes more than 300 metres high – today a popular destination for hiking and rock climbing!


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