Sheraton Noosa Resort and Spa is a luxury hotel located in Noosa, an exciting and vibrant area of Queensland's Sunshine Coast. The only Five-Star hotel in Noosa, it enjoys not only prime position among the beaches, shops, restaurants, and bars of the area, but also a range of exciting facilities within its own walls. Chief among them is the AQUA Day Spa, the perfect place to enjoy a huge selection of rejuvenating treatments.
Located on Hastings Street, a prime destination for dining, shopping and nightlife. An abundance of beaches offer the chance to engage in a variety of exciting water sports - or simply the opportunity to relax in beautiful surroundings. Noosa's gorgeous waterway system and nearby national parks ensure that fantastic sights and exciting experiences can be found around every corner.
The resort offers 176 studios, suites and villas with an open, modern design. Each accommodation features a pristine en-suite bathroom (with separate shower and spa bathtub) as well as a range of amenities, including complimentary Wi-Fi internet connection.
Sheraton Noose Resort and Spa's attractions aren't simply limited to its eponymous AQUA Day Spa. The hotel also boasts a fitness centre and luxurious pool area, as well as a choice of top-quality restaurants and bars. Additionally, the Noosa Wine Cellar and Bottleshop sells an extensive range of wines, champagnes, beers and spirits.
Food, drink & entertainment
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available seven days a week at Noosa Beach House, serving a range of dishes from Peter Kuruvita - one of Australia's most well-renowned chefs. A seductive, chilled-out atmosphere can be found at the River Lounge Bar, offering a range of beverages and dishes to enjoy while overlooking the picturesque Noosa River. Enjoying a drink while lounging poolside is also a possibility thanks to the Water's Edge Pool Bar.
Sport, games & activities
The resort's fitness centre provides an ideal place for guests to work up a sweat, while the beaches of the Sunshine Coast allow guests to enjoy a range of water sports whatever their level of experience; surfing lessons are particularly popular. The AQUA Day Spa offers an extensive array of over 30 treatments, including a selection of massages, skin and body care, and a water therapy facility.
Each of the hotel's 176 studios, villas and suites come equipped with a stylish en-suite bathroom and kitchenette. Complimentary Wi-Fi and a flat screen TV are included for your convenience.
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It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct travel insurance and vaccinations and / or special medication for your destination. Please consult your GP for advice at least one month ahead of travel. It is essential that you meet the visa and passport requirements for your chosen destination. Visit the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (http://www.fco.gov.uk) website for up to date entry requirements listed by country.