Browns Plains Motor Inn

Hillcrest, Logan City Area

Indicative Rate * AU$150.00 to AU$225.00

The Browns Plains Motor Inn is a contemporary motor inn, conveniently located in Hillcrest, only a short walk from the Greenbank RSL Club. Their location makes them the prime base to explore Brisbane Central Business District , Logan and the surrounding suburbs.

At the Browns Plains Motor Inn they offer 25 accommodation units. These units are available in a variety of room types, including Executive Queen, Executive Twin, Luxury Spa Unit, Family 2 Room Unit or a Family Suite. They also offer Wheelchair Access rooms in Queen or Twin styles. All units have been recently refurbished with an emphasis on comfort and style.

The Browns Plains Motor Inn features amenities with microwave ovens, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryers, new flat screen TVs (with DVD player), eight channels of Foxtel and iron and ironing board.

In need of some downtime during your stay, escape the weather with reverse cycle air-conditioning or take a dip in their swimming pool. While keeping in touch with the workplace or friends and family with Free Wi-Fi and Direct Dial STD/ISD telephone.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
30 Anzac Avenue
Hillcrest, Logan City Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

Queen Room

This room sleeps a maximum of 2 people.
One quality Sealy Queen Bed. Every room has a high standard of cleanliness, with no smoking permitted.
26" LCD TV with DVD player
15 free to air digital channels and 8 channels of free FOXTEL
Kitchenette which includes 2 hot plates, microwave oven, toaster, electric jug, pots and pans with plates and cutlery
Complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, an iron and ironing boad and hairdryer
Reverse cycle air-conditioner for every season
Business Desk
Access to Wireless Internet or a cable connected internet

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