Shakespeare Motel

Mackay, Mackay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$115 to AU$195

Shakespeare Motel is situated in quiet surroundings only 10 minutes walk to town centre and five minutes walk to Mackay Entertainment and Convention Centre (MECC) and Mackay Showgrounds. The rooms have been totally refurbished and are well appointed. A variety of rooms and suites are available some with kitchenettes, spa baths and balconies. Romeo and Juliet's Restaurant and Bar is situated in the motel grounds and very popular with guests and locals alike. Free WiFi and parking is available (enough for everyone including larger vehicles).

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Laundry

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
309 Shakespeare Street
Mackay, Mackay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Standard Queen Room

One Queen Bed in a spacious standard room of 28 square metres, tea and coffee making facilities, ensuite bathroom, sofa, desk, flatscreen television, minibar and fridge.

Executive Queen Room

The Executive Queen room is well appointed and a spacious 28 square metres, with a Queen Bed, sofa, desk, flatscreen television, coffee and tea making facilities, minibar and fridge. A slightly more luxurious option than the standard room.

Executive Queen Suite

For those that like a little more space the Executive Queen Suite is a one bedroom studio which with a queen bed in a separate room and kitchenette, lounge and dining in another room. There are two flatscreen televisions - one for the main room and one in the bedroom. Large bathroom with bath and shower. Tea and coffee making facilities, toaster, all cutlery and crockery and cooking utensils, minibar and fridge.

Comprising of two queen beds with a spacious 28 square metres, the Twin Queen Room has all the facilities of the Executive Queen Room, with tea and coffee making facilities, minibar, fridge, flatscreen television, ensuite bathroom, and reverse cycle air-conditioning.

Family Suite

In a separate bedroom is a queen bed and in the main room two single beds. The unit contains a kitchenette with sofa, and dining table. Tea and coffee making facilities, toaster, cooking utensils, cutlery and crockery and more, minibar and fridge. A small balcony with sitting area makes this a very comfortable room for a family of four.

Spa Suite

A luxurious 80 square metre Penthouse with two levels. Large living room with leather lounge, separate dining and kitchenette with mezzanine bedroom and spa overlooking lounge. A special room for that special occasion or just a little more luxury when staying with them.

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