A'Montego Mermaid Beach Motel

Mermaid Beach, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$70 to AU$650

A'Montego Mermaid Beach Motel is located only 150 metres from the magnificent Mermaid Beach on the Gold Coast and only five minutes from Surfers Paradise.

It is a family owned with open reception 8am to 6pm however late night arrivals can incur a surcharge. A night time curfew ensuring peace and quiet prevails for people to enjoy their stay. All rooms face into the garden area while there is front and rear gates to the rooms, with access to off street parking area. Honey Bee and Saint coffee shop opens at 6am for breakfast and lunch.

There are many excellent cafes and restaurants within a very short walking distance for dinner. Close to transport both north and south on the Gold Coast Highway so no car needed with the regular bus service going past the door, with connections to all the theme parks.

The motel has 10 Double rooms, nine Twin rooms, one Family room, one Two Bedroom unit and one Two Bed Spa unit. They offer special mid-week rates, and special rates for Seniors and Royal Automobile Club members must ask when booking direct only. All rooms are non smoking and penalties apply to those who breach this.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
2395 Gold Coast Highway
Mermaid Beach, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

2 Bedroom Spa Unit

Two separate bedrooms, one with King Bed and the other with two King Single beds and fold down double bed sofa All linens provided.. Full kitchen facilities including full size fridge, has dining table and chairs, air-conditioning,some foxtel channels and free to air television. Flat screen television has built in DVD player. Bathroom has a spa bath.
This unit also has a private balcony.

Their family room is ideal for a family or group wanting to be in the same room. Air conditioned. Ensuite bathroom and kitchenette with microwave/kettle/toaster and linens. Small fridge.
A large king bed and two single beds. Flat screen television with built in DVD player. Sofa bed for that extra person. Tariff includes up to four persons only. Extra persons charges apply

Double rooms have a king size bed, rate includes all linens.
Kitchenette has crockery/cutlery. Small fridge and microwave and crockery/cutlery for your use.
Bathroom ensuite to all double rooms.
A flat screen television with some foxtel channels as well as free to air television. Built in DVD player. All rooms air conditioned.

Twin Rooms have a King bed and King Single bed all linens provided, air-conditioning, some foxtel channels and free to air television. Flat screen televisions have a built in DVD player. The kitchenette has a microwave, small refrigerator, and crockery/cutlery and ensuite.

Two separate bedrooms, one with King Bed and the other with two King Single beds and fold down double bed sofa, all linens provided. Full kitchen facilities with dining table and chairs, air-conditioning, some Foxtel channels and free to air television. Flat screen television has a built in DVD player. This unit has a two-way bathroom. A full size fridge and easy access to the garden area.

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