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Boulevard Motel

Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$95 to AU$139

The Boulevard Motel Stanthorpe is proud to offer the travelling public 15 comfortable, quiet rooms, nestled peacefully alongside the Quart Pot Creek. With views of the water and the surrounding parklands being visible from most rooms, calmness and a genuine ambience is quickly found.

The motel's location beside the creek and the adjacent parklands has become a real family favourite and the children's playgrounds and concrete walking tracks close by, add another dimension to your stay. The Boulevard Motel meets the needs of all guests by offering a range of room configurations including queen rooms, queen length double and single bed combinations, and two large family rooms.

Each well appointed room has television, electric blankets, clock radio, reverse cycle air-conditioning to cope with all climatic conditions, tea, coffee and toast making facilities to help replenish and revive, as well as clean, fresh en-suite bathrooms, hair dryers and an iron and ironing board to complete the transformation. Although the Boulevard Motel has its own tasty room service menu, it is also centrally located and is therefore only a short walk from the central business district, other quality food outlets, antique shops, local hotels, the RSL Club and the local shopping precinct.

Internet Access

  • Broadband Internet Access

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Tour Desk

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
76 Maryland Street
Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Contains one queen bed and either two or three single beds, air conditioning, ensuite, 32 inch/81 centimetre full high definition television, microwave, tea and coffee making facilities, small dining table, ensuite, storage, electric blankets and direct dial phones.

Overlooking parkland, contains one queen length double bed and one single bed, air conditioning, ensuite, full high definition television, tea and coffee making facilities, ensuite, small dining table, storage, electric blankets and direct dial telephones.

The Deluxe Room contains one queen bed, doona, air conditioning, en-suite, 32 inch/81 centimetre full high definition television, tea and coffee making facilities, microwave oven, spacious ensuite bathroom, small dining table, tub chairs, luggage rack, electric blankets and direct dial telephones.

The Queen Room contains one queen bed, air-conditioning, en-suite, television, tea and coffee making facilities, small dining table, luggage rack, ensuite, electric blankets and direct dial telephones.

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