Townsville Central Hotel

South Townsville, Townsville Area

Indicative Rate * AU$89 to AU$167

Townsville Central Hotel is a hotel in the heart of the city. Located on vibrant Palmer Street, guests can enjoy a range of dining options at the surrounding cafes, bars and restaurants. Townsville’s main shopping mall, Flinders Mall, is close by and there is easy access to the city’s entertainment highlights.

Centro Bar and Grill is located within the hotel and guests may choose to dine or enjoy a quiet drink. Centro is open for breakfast and dinner.

Staying at Townsville Central Hotel also offers access to the popular Strand Park, with a swimming pool, lovely beaches, community art displays and public events. Many of Townsville’s attractions are nearby including the beautiful Magnetic Island which is just a short ferry ride from the city.

All guests enjoy free: WiFi and on-site parking.

Enjoy your stay!

14 Palmer Street
South Townsville, Townsville Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Executive Queen Bed Hotel Room

Enjoy the comforts of the executive hotel room with a luxurious Queen sized bed, ensuite, wardrobe, work desk, air-conditioning, television and bar fridge.

All guests enjoy free: WiFi and on-site parking.

Superior King Bed or Twin Single Hotel Room

Upgrade to a superior hotel room with a King sized bed, ensuite, wardrobe, work desk, air-conditioning, bar fridge and television.

All guests enjoy free: WiFi and on-site parking.

Executive 2 Bedroom Hotel Room

The executive two bedroom hotel room includes a Queen bed and two single beds. You will be sure to reside in comfort with an ensuite, wardrobe, work desk, air-conditioning, bar fridge and television.

All guests enjoy free: WiFi and on-site parking.

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