Laguna Apartments Toowoomba

Toowoomba, Toowoomba Area

Indicative Rate * AU$210 to AU$420

Located in the heart of Toowoomba's Central Business District, they're more than just a hotel. Just a short stroll from popular restaurants and café's and Toowoomba's beautiful city gardens, you've gone to the right place to unwind and relax.

Whether you're in Toowoomba for business or pleasure, you'll find their AAA rated four star serviced apartments have got all of the facilities you'll need for your stay. Facilities include an onsite café, free wireless internet access, free secure on-site parking, 24 hours a day phone service, swipe card access for your security, lift access, additional beds on request and a full suite of business services at reception.

Choose from their spacious two bedroom standard or deluxe apartments, all with cityscape views from your own private balcony.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
189 Hume Street
Corner Hume and Gore Streets
Toowoomba, Toowoomba Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

2 Bedroom Apartments

Two bedroom apartments with two queen beds to suit a maximum of four guests.

Facilities include cityscape views from your own private balcony, modern spacious rooms with a separate powder room, in-apartment laundry facilities, full size kitchen with dishwasher, combined microwave convection oven with grill, ceramic cooktop, kettle, toaster and fridge, kitchen utensils. Rooms also have reverse cycle air conditioning, two flat screen televisions, DVD player, individual Foxtel with more than 80 channels, laptop desk and wireless internet access.

Rollaway single beds are available for hire (with linen). Please check with reception for availability. Maximum of one rollaway bed per apartment. Maximum occupancy remains at four guests per apartment.

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