City View Motel Warwick

Warwick, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$119 to AU$139

City View Motel Warwick - Gateway to the Southern Downs.

City View Motel is one of Warwick's best value motels; offering great comfort and friendly service. Whatever your reason for coming to Warwick; business or leisure, sport or family, shopping or appointments the City View Motel can accommodate you.

If you are travelling through Warwick and looking for a great shower to rinse away the day and a good night's sleep in a comfortable bed, the City View Motel is the place to stay. City View Motel is a family owned and operated business. 91 per cent of guests would recommend City View Motel to their family and friends. With a 92 per cent overall satisfaction rating.

All rooms are non-smoking ground floor units with double glazed windows and undercover parking, directly in front of each room. All have a luxurious queen size bed with a variety of single, twin and family room configurations.

City View Motel is the first Motel on the left as you enter Warwick from the Brisbane/Toowoomba side. They have beautiful views over the city for all guests to enjoy.

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
2 Yangan Road
Warwick, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Family room with bunks

Enjoy some quality family time. Their Family Rooms with bunks sleep up to five guests (two adults and three children) and are great for the larger family. Conveniently located next to a Queen Room, an inter-connecting door can be opened on request. They come complete with a Queen Size bed, two bunk beds and a trundle.

Maximum occupancy: five people.
Bedding configuration: Queen Size, two bunk beds and one trundle.

Standard Room

Enjoy your stay. These well appointed rooms contain everything a weary traveller requires for a good night's sleep. The room includes a queen size bed, ensuite with large shower, a breakfast table and a two seater leather lounge to relax on.

Maximum occupancy: 2 people.
Bedding configuration: Queen Size.

Twin Room

Comfortable Twin rooms sleep up to three people and are perfect for small families or if you just enjoy a little more space when you are travelling. These rooms feature a Queen Size bed, a single bed and a tub chair.

Maximum occupancy: 3 people.
Bedding configuration: Queen Size and 1 single bed.

Family Room

Unwind in their spacious Family Rooms that are ideal for families or a group who want to share a room. They come complete with a Queen Size bed and two single beds.

Maximum occupancy: 4 people.
Bedding configuration: Queen Size and 2 single beds.

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