Bundaberg Coral Villa Motel

Bundaberg, Bundaberg Area

Indicative Rate * AU$110 to AU$160

Marilyn and Tony welcome you to the Golden Chain Coral Villa - a very friendly, affordable, comfortable Motel. Guests can choose from a variety of self-contained suites - all of which are ground floor and back onto the beautiful tropical gardens and al-fresco meeting, greeting and dining area - next to the crystal clear salt water swimming pool with a free undercover barbecue. Your hosts welcome reps, singles, couples, families, tour groups and sporting groups.

Close to Sporting fields, A la carte restaurants, Hungry Jacks, cinemas and shopping malls. Secretarial service is available for a small fee. Free tour desk bookings, free internet, free in house movies, free use of barbecue facilities. Self contained family rooms and spa rooms are also available.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
56 Takalvan Street
Bundaberg, Bundaberg Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Family Room with Kitchenette

The Family Room with kitchenette has three rooms. The master bedroom has air conditioning, clock radio with a queen bed, iron and ironing board, Digital high definition television and compact disc/DVD player. Single bed and set of bunks in the kitchenette room. Shower ensuite.

Room serviced daily. This is not an apartment so no living room is present. Free in house movies and free wireless internet.

Family Room with Spa Bath

Split level accommodation. Master bedroom has a queen bed and single bed, ceiling fan, high definition television/DVD player, phone, clock-radio. Step down by two to lower room which consists of two single beds, air-conditioner, fan, television, iron, ironing board, table and chairs, a small overnight kitchenette:- bar fridge, microwave, toaster, tea, coffee, crockery, cutlery. No wash up sink but wash-up utensils supplied.

Off this room is the ensuite bathroom which has single spa bath with shower over, toilet, basin, hair-dryer and tissues. You'll have your own lock up garage. This is not an apartment and there is no living room. This room fronts the main road.

Free wireless internet and free in house movies. Alfresco dining and swimming in the tropical gardens. Room serviced daily.

Standard with Microwave

Some Standard rooms are tastefully furnished with queen and single bed in the one room, Digital high definition television, compact disc/DVD player, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, iron and ironing board, fridge, microwave, crockery and cutlery. Tea, coffee and toast making utensils. There is no kitchen sink but washing utensils are supplied.

Separate ensuite bathroom with vanity basin, shower, toilet, tissues and a hair dryer. Rooms have a front door which takes you to your car and a back door which brings you into the tropical gardens, salt water swimming pool and alfresco dining area of the motel. Free in house movies and free limited wireless internet access.

The Double Spa suite is cosy modern suite with a double sized bed, with a new separate ensuite with single spa bath with shower over, basin, toilet, tissues, soap, shampoo and hair dryer. Rooms also feature a high definition television, DVD player, clock radio, iron, ironing board, airconditioning, ceiling fans, heating. Kitchenette has microwave, bar fridge, tea, coffee and toast making facilities, electric frypan, crockery and cutlery.

This room overlooks the garden alfresco dining area. Free in house movies and free wireless internet.

Superior with Kitchenette

New and tastefully decorated these rooms have a queen bed and single bed in the same room, reverse cycle air conditioner, ceiling fan, heating, digital high definition television, DVD/compact disc player, clock radio, iron and ironing board.

Kitchenettes have microwave, tea, coffee, toast making utensils, electric frypan, kitchen sink with wash up utensils, crockery and cutlery. Portable hotplates and toaster ovens available on request.

En-suited bathroom which has shower, toilet, vanity basin, hair dryer, soap and shampoo.

Car parking is outside your room. The room has two entrances. One entrance takes you to your car and the other takes you into the tropical garden paradise with alfresco dining and salt water swimming pool.

Free in house movies and free limited wireless internet. Room serviced daily.

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