By Kristy Johnson For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 01:03 BST, 12 July 2019 | Updated: 01:12 BST, 12 July 2019
Martha Kalifatidis and Michael Brunelli have been enjoying a much-needed holiday, after finding themselves at the centre of the 'Elbowgate' scandal involving the Sunrise breakfast team.
The Married At First Sight lovebirds are currently soaking up the sun in Cairns, Queensland, where they are staying as special guests at Riley, a Crystalbrook Collection Resort.
Located at the northern end of Cairns' waterfront boardwalk, the five-star establishment offers unspoiled views of the Coral Sea, a lagoon swimming pool and sustainably designed suites.
A life of luxury! Married At First Sight's Martha Kalifatidis [pictured], 31, and Michael Brunelli, 28, have been enjoying a five-star romantic getaway at Riley, a Crystalbrook Collection Resort, in Cairns, far north Queensland
Riley prides itself on its 'playful sophistication' and 'chic, comfortable accommodation' that follows contemporary resort trends of being eco-friendly.
Adopting a minimalist aesthetic, suites feature recycled wood, floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows, whitewashed walls, plush carpets and bespoke designer furniture.
Guests can unwind by the stunning lagoon pool, which spans over 1,000 square metres, or at the private man-made beach. Alternatively, they can sip cocktails at the Riley's rooftop bar.
Location, location: Situated at the northern end of the iconic Cairns waterfront boardwalk, the resort offers unspoiled views of the Coral Sea, a lagoon swimming pool and suites with contemporary sustainable design
Chic and comfortable: Adopting a pared-back aesthetic, suites feature recycled wood, floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows, white-washed walls, plush carpet and bespoke designer furniture
Martha was pictured yesterday on her Instagram Stories indulging in a Beauty treatment at the resort's Eléme Day Spa.
One of the spa's signature specials is 'Couples Therapy' - offering a foot treatment, massage and facial at a rate of $325 per person.