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When you stay at Green Island Resort in Green Island, you'll be by the ocean and 3 minutes by foot from Green Island Jetty. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage.
Pros: Magnificent cuisine from chefs in Emeralds
Cons: Very high cost of King Island room at rack rate -watch our for specials
Pros: The breakfast was amazing daily
Cons: Everything closes to early and you need coffee machines in rooms cause some times it hard to get coffee when places are crowed and visitors are on the island
Pros: Location excellent. Food ........ wow! Beach was beautiful. Fun watching everyone come and go and then getting the place to ourselves
Cons: Didn’t like the birds flapping around at mealtimes and getting on the tables
Pros: Just look at the pictures and you will see what you get. Very nice place - above the water. True that during the day the place gets a lot of day visitors (300.000/Y and I guess about 1200 on a busy August day) but somehow the people seems to dissolve rather well due to many activities and different arrival/departure schedules. I have seen much more busy beaches in Europe...But, the tourism does take a toll on the island (see other section). Very friendly housekeeping staff and overall nice experience. And for those who like sharks: we did have a black-tip reef shark encounter up-and-close (very close) during a late afternoon swim, after day-visitors left the island. The whole recipe is there: upcoming tide, murky water, nobody else swimming, sun starts to go down,...that is the time when they cone in, in search for unhealthy, damaged, sick, old fish. A bit of a shocker if you do not expect a shark to show up, in front of your face, but we were told they do behave and do not bother swimmers. It did not...
Cons: The main 'Emerald' restaurant serves good food and is ambitious, but due to the latter fails to deliver: we waited 1h 20 min between staters and the main course (a local reef snapper). In the end the main course was delivered to the room. And the price did not match the quality. Second 'issue' is the reef around the island. It really suffers from the mass tourism and given the 3m difference between high-low tides, literally hundreds of people walk their way through the water to places where you can swim...every day. Not good. You have to take a boat to the outer reef to enjoy the marine life, otherwise the Island trip might become a very expensive memory with little to remember (except for the shark...).
Pros: Beautiful location, lovely rooms in rainforest. Great for families. Quiet, peaceful and plenty of options for everyone.
Pros: Beautiful rooms, private and quiet. Good food. Fish feeding and the glass bottom boat were fantastic inclusions.
Cons: Very busy during the day
Pros: Phenomenal location on a unique island on the reef. When the crowds leave at 4:30 pm the tranquility of being on “your” island free to explore it at will, alone or with thoughtful walks and activities is amazing.
Cons: The accomodation is not cheap, but it is totally worth every penny.
Pros: Staff were very friendly and helpful. Very nice rooms and loved the buffet brekky. Sunset drinks. Croc show.
Cons: Guided snorkelling around the island would be appreciated. Glass bottom boat trip was disappointing. Would be nice to be able to feed the fish and take some photos. Didn't see any turtle or coral around the island and hardly any fish as well.
Pros: After 4 p.m. when the island starts to recover from the total tourist invasion, the place calms down and starts finally to show its beauty in a serenity. Great activities as star gazing, fish feeding.
Cons: From 9 a.m. untill 4 p.m. the green island is under attack of tourist groups from Cairns. A day trip or stop over. Hords and crowds everywhere. Busy beach. Noise. No place to hide. Some local employees very unfriendly and rude. As a consequence I did not feel welcomed here.
With a stay at Fitzroy Island Resort in Fitzroy Island, you'll be on the beach and within the region of Marineland Melanesia and Green Island Jetty. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Event facilities at this resort consist of a conference center and a meeting room. A ferry terminal shuttle is available for a surcharge.
Pros: Fabulous location. Great bacon and mushrooms at breakfast! Free pool table. Lovely walks.
Cons: A bit outdated in terms of decor. Dinner was expensive.
Pros: The views were gorgeous.
Cons: My husband got food poisoning the first night we arrived after dining at Zephyrs and eating the natural oysters. He was extremely unwell for 48 hours. It ruined our three night stay to day the least.
Pros: Staff were friendly and had good customer service Location was good Included fitness classes were good (but Sheree who runs them seemed a bit bossy..)
Cons: Facilities were a little old & not completely clean (but were not unacceptable), unsure if they met the 4 star standard as advertised though.
Pros: Location, the views, the bed and the atmosphere
Cons: Needs more vegan options in restaurants. But they did make up a fritter burger for us which was lovely!
Pros: The beautiful crystal clear waters. Staff were very friendly.
Cons: Rooms needed a better clean. Dust under lamp shades and under bed very dirty and broken glass
Pros: The island itself is naturally beautiful along the coastline. The sunsets in particular are worth a look.
Cons: The room was very dark with limited natural light. The resort pool and facilities were not well maintained. Some staff were friendly but certainly under trained for bar and restaurant service. When you walked through the paths to the Turtle sanctuary you see the storage of discarded and broken fridges, stoves, etc, workshops with fences that are falling down and staff quarters that are not well maintained. The pristine beach even had old plastic chairs and a lounge chair from one of the resorts rooms that were no longer useable...all you would need is a very high tide for them to be in the sea! This is a national park....mmmm.
Pros: Amazing snorkeling metres from our front door. Beautiful reef, turtles, sharks, stingrays, fish and more. Pretty walks around the hotel. Fun drinks at the bar and arcade games.
Cons: The food was expensive and not great quality.
Pros: Was a nice relaxing location. Rooms were clean and big.
Cons: Could have more options for breakfast other then the full buffet.
Cons: Not enough gluten free options
Pros: We loved the location, just in front of the beach which is great. The island is beautiful, and the hotel is clean and comfortable and you have everything you need for your stay! The foxy beach bar is very nice, beautiful views and plenty of options for lunch and drinks.
Cons: The quality of the dinner wasn't great for the price you pay. Considering there are no other restaurants (except for the beach bar for pub food) I think they should work on the menu. I ordered the Salmon which was good but not delicious at a price of $48. Ordered a cheese platter as a desert which was good but realised the morning after that they had exactly the same cheeses for breakfast. Having said that, the hot brekkie was great.
Pros: Weather, reef, walking trail. Limited phone reception was good! Great to switch off