Burleigh Gold Coast Motel

Miami, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$95 to AU$200

Burleigh Gold Coast Motel is a local family operated motel centrally located on the Gold Coast Highway between Burleigh Heads and Miami.

The motel offers clean and affordable accommodation and is within walking distance of Coles supermarket, local shops and restaurants, the beautiful North Burleigh beach, Miami hill lookout, beachside parks including designated children's play areas, picnic areas and beachfront pedestrian walkways/ cycle ways connecting Miami and Burleigh Heads.

The local bus stop is at the door to take you anywhere on the Gold Coast including Gold Coast Airport (Southbound), Surfers Paradise and theme parks.

This Motel offers great valve for money for those planning a stay outside the hustle and bustle of Surfers Paradise, immersing in the lifestyle of friendly locals. You'll find them one of the most affordable Motels on the Gold Coast.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
1908-1910 Gold Coast Highway
Miami, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Standard Room

The room consists of a queen bed, floor boards, modern appliances and a flat screen television. It is located on quiet side of the building with hinterland views.

Perfect for an overnight stay or long term from only $85.00 per room, per night.

Standard Triple Room

The room consists of a queen bed, single bed, floor boards, modern appliances and a flat screen television. It is located on quiet side of our building with hinterland views.

Perfect for an overnight stay or long term from only $95.00 per room, per night.

Inter-connecting Room

The budget inter-connecting room sleeps up to seven people. Bedding configuration is one queen bed, one double bed, three single beds and two ensuites. Perfect for a large family or group of friends from only $180.00 per room, per night.

They can also interconnect their standard rooms to rooms (on telephone request)

Big Family Room

The big family room consists of a queen bed, two single beds, a futon lounge, television, microwave and air-conditioning. Perfect for a family from only $125.00 per room, per night.

They also have a family room that consists of a queen bed, two single beds, television, microwave and air-conditioning. This room can also be interconnected with a triple room for a large family.

Renovated Room

The renovated rooms consists of a queen bed, floor boards, modern appliances, a flat screen television and brand new bathrooms. An additional single bed or futon fold out lounge is available on request.

The rooms are located on the 3rd level on quiet side of the building with hinterland views or on the ground level (upon request) from only $115.00 per room, per night.

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