Tropical North Queensland’s largest resort, the Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, Port Douglas, has been awarded three categories at the inaugural Travel + Leisure Luxury Asia Pacific Awards 2023. General Manager Steve Molnar received the award for Best Hotel General Manger in Australia, while the resort ranked second in the Australian Hotel Pools category, and ranked third in the Beach Island Hotels category.
The Travel + Leisure Luxury Awards celebrate the flavors of the crop across a range of categories in the Asia Pacific region – from five-star urban escapes to private island resorts, technology hubs, IG-worthy swimming pools, airports, cruises, talent amazing. , immersive travel experiences and more. Nominees are selected by a team of Travel + Leisure editors and expert contributors, with voting open to anyone, anywhere. The reader-voted awards are a true celebration of the travel experiences and operators that readers love most and make them excited to travel within the Asia Pacific region.
“It is an honor to be recognized by the prestigious Travel + Leisure Luxury Awards in their inaugural year for the Asia Pacific region, and to reinforce our commitment to the global map”, he said. General Manager at Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, Port Douglas, Steve Molnar.
“We are proud to contribute to a resort that brings the extraordinary lifestyle of North Queensland to life and reinforces Sheraton’s position as a world-class gathering place – from Sheraton Signature Experiences, to our sparkling saltwater pools and relaxed beach lifestyle, to culinary delights “
Located at Australia’s first official site at the start of two UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest, the Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort Port Douglas is a five-star luxury resort on the coast of Tropical North Queensland. Nestled within 147 hectares of lush green gardens, the 5-star resort represents a new coastal lifestyle inspired by Tropical North Queensland.
The pools are the highlight of the Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, Port Douglas, with 2 hectares of spectacular swimming pools, including 8 saltwater pools with sandy beaches, and a saltwater pool with a swim-up bar. Guests can enjoy poolside dining from 25 private cabanas or relax on the sun lounge located on 1.8 kilometers of palm-fringed beach front. Guests staying in one of the resort’s 53 Swim-Out suites will enjoy access to the sparkling pools. The venue is also home to Queensland’s first Breakfast which was launched earlier this year.
Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, Port Douglas has been recognized internationally in the Conde Nast 2023 Reader’s Choice Awards Survey in the Resorts category. The Conde Nast Awards celebrate the best in international travel across a range of categories including cruises, accommodation, destinations, spas, beaches and more and are open to reader voting until 30 June 2023.