QLD Tourism welcomes Mantra French Quarter in Noosa Heads, You'll discover wonderful places to visit in Noosa Heads.Located on Hastings Street, Mantra French Quarter is the perfect place to enjoy a seaside escape to Noosa. Mantra French Quarter is set back from the hustle and bustle of Hastings Street yet offers direct access to the shopping, dining and entertainment hub, making it the perfect place to enjoy the best of Noosa. Manta French Quarter offers self-contained one and two bedroom apartments or opt to pay a little extra for one of their one or two bedroom deluxe apartments which have been superbly refurbished. All accommodation offers reverse cycle air conditioning, kitchenette including a stove top, microwave, bar fridge, toaster and tea and coffee facilities, in-house movies and cable television. There are also laundry facilities and a balcony or terrace for relaxing in the fresh air. At the centre of Mantra French Quarter is a pool, spa and sauna area with a children's wading pool that can be accessed from your room via pathways surrounded by resort gardens. Noosa's famed restaurants and shopping boutiques are literally on the doorstep, with beaches and the National Park just a short stroll away. **Please note: Reception and car park accessible via Halse Lane.
3.8 based on 5 reviews
Friendly staff, good parking. Paint on bathroom mirror, toilet seat wrong size for toilet, flakes of fake tan on couch, childs hair brush full of hair under throw cushion on couch, kitchen fridge full of wet towels defrosting in middle of lounge room on check in, Wi-Fi is so slow as to be unusable. Close to beach. Beds are good.
Just spent 3 nights at Mantra French Quarter Noosa Heads. We were allocated a 3rd floor, street facing apartment, which was perfect for us. The apartment had been renovated and was modern and fresh. It was very well laid out and equipped. The location is fantastic, a short stroll across the road to Noosa's wonderful beach and right on Hastings street for the restaurants and atmosphere. We'll definitely be back.
Mantra French Quarter has some interesting information on why Australia is called the land down under?
Australia is known as 'the land Down Under' for its position in the southern hemisphere. The discovery of Australia began when European explorers searched for land under the continent of Asia. Before Australia was discovered, it was known as Terra Australis Incognita the unknown southern land.
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