Boutique Collection at Treetops - private studio rooms

4 Star Self Rated

316 port douglas rd, Port Douglas, qld, 4877


The Boutique Collection has studios within this Complex.

All rooms are Air conditioned and ground floor rooms have sliding doors opening up to the tropical gardens, 2nd and 3rd floor studios have Plantation shutters.

Treetops is set amongst its own rainforest with a free flowing creek and two indoor/outdoor restaurants, cocktail bar and swim-up pool bar

Set amoungst tall tropical trees a large lagoon pool and Lily ponds this makes for a great setting for a relaxed holiday.

Amenities featured in guestrooms include air conditioning, coffee/tea making facilities, television, refridgerator, Hairdryer.

Room Descriptions

Studio 3 Nts

New Addition to The Boutique Collection for bookings Phone 61 7 4099 4482 Treetops is a tropical retreat set in Tropical gardens only a couple of minutes walk to beautiful Four Mile Beach. The Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest are easily accessable from Treetops. Spend a day at the reef snorkelling or fishing, or a four wheel drive tour to world heritage Daintree Rainforest.

Check In Instructions

Check in is at The Boutique Collection Office


30 Wharf Street

Port Douglas Queensland 4877

Postal Address

PO Box 97 Palm Cove Queensland 4870 Australia

Car Parking Details

Car Parking is available and is free of charge

Travel Directions

The Resort is around 1 hour north of Cairns international airport

Things To Do

Port douglas offers an ideal hub for trips to the reef. Some of the most exotic and rare diving and snorkelling in the world are a short distance from the city of Cairns, courtesy of dozens of reef tour companies. This exotic playground twice the size of Tasmania, is waiting to be explored.

The Great Barrier Reef has been a focus point for the eastern coast of north Australia for centuries. The magical colours of the reef intrigued Captain James Cook, an English captain who claimed Australia for Britain in 1770, until he accidentally struck the sharp coral and punched a gaping hole in his vessel Endeavour. The explorer was able to repair the hole in his boat in the Cooktown River and return home, but not without experiencing the full wrath of the reef.