Mid City Motor Inn

Mackay, Mackay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$99 to AU$160

Mid City Motor Inn is located on the bank of the blue 'Pioneer' river in the city heart of Mackay. It is a very short stroll to restaurants and shopping centres.

The adjacent river boardwalk passes the motel and leads to Caneland Shopping Centre, one of the north's most popular centres with Myer and the new Family Entertainment Centre with Ten Pin Bowling and Laser Tag for the kids.

As well as no passing traffic, the cool sea breezes drifting up the river enhance the peacefulness of the location.

The Motel has 34 accommodation rooms, off street parking, free wi-fi and cable television, guest laundry, a beautiful blue resort pool and barbecue area.

The rooms vary from standard, with king beds, to family with multiple beds and two room deluxe suites, some with spas. The rooms are all well appointed.

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
2 MacAlister Street
View from building
Mackay, Mackay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Twin Standard

Twin Standard room has Queen size bed plus a Single bed in the same room.
All rooms have a refrigerator, an electric jug, toaster, microwave, air conditioning, cable television and free wireless internet.

The Family Room has a queen bed and two, three or four single beds all in one room. Fully equipped with a refrigerator, electric jug,microwave and toaster, air conditioning, Austar television, iron and ironing board, hair dryer and free wireless internet.

Standard Room

All rooms have a King bed and an ensuite. They have a refrigerator, an electric jug, toaster, microwave, air conditioning, cable television and free wireless internet.

Spa Suite

The Spa Suite has a King bed in a bedroom and adjoining lounge area. Also has a spa bath in the ensuite. Each room has a refrigerator,electric jug, toaster, microwave, cable television, air conditioning, an iron and ironing board, hair dryer and free wireless internet.

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