Motel Monaco

North Ipswich, Ipswich Area

Indicative Rate * AU$85 to AU$95

Motel Monaco is always a popular choice if it's comfortable, budget accommodation you want in Ipswich. It's just a three-minute drive from Ipswich town centre and the same distance to the award-winning Workshops Rail Museum. The motel is also a few minutes' stroll to the hub of Ipswich shopping, the bustling, undercover Riverlink Shopping Centre which has 150 specialty stores. For meal options, there are restaurants and take-away food outlets nearby.

Importantly for car travellers, Motel Monaco guests enjoy free parking, and inside your air- conditioned room you'll receive complimentary wi-fi and Foxtel pay television as well as the usual motel facilities such as towels, linen, fridge and tea and coffee making supplies. You can also make use of a shared laundry.

Children under two stay free of charge if using existing beds, and there's a lovely park and playground directly across the road for them to run off all their energy. Guests can also enjoy the outdoor pool and barbecue facilities, making Motel Monaco great value for its reasonable rates.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
28 Downs Street
North Ipswich, Ipswich Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Clean, comfortable and well appointed rooms offering a variety of bedding configurations including queen and single, three single beds or queen and four single beds. Guest laundry available on-site.

Spacious well appointed rooms offering a variety of bedding configurations comfortably accommodating single or family occupancy. Guest laundry available on-site.

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