Gladstone Palms Motor Inn

West Gladstone, Gladstone Area

Indicative Rate * AU$95.00 to AU$150.00

Gladstone Palms Motor Inn offers you the best in comfortable accommodation in a sought after location on a hill looking over Gladstone nearby mountain. Whether you’re planning a much needed holiday or combining family and business. Gladstone Palms Motor Inn is the place to stay with 18 ground floor units and 18 upstairs units with 12 units supplied with balconies and views to the harbour and Mount Larcom.

The Motel has it's own Restaurant and licensed bar catering for in-house guests, functions and conferences. Relax in our saltwater pool and spa at our motel.

Relax in their clean and comfortable; standard, twin share, family and self-contained rooms. Queen size beds are featured with own ensuite. Enjoy a drink on the patio with outdoor settings and a view of our local mountain.

Gladstone is the Harbour City in Queensland. Enjoy the harbour views and count how many ships are in our harbour. Enjoy a cruise to the nearby islands and Southern Great Barrier Reef Bunker Group of Islands. Only 15 minutes away from our major beach " Tannum Sands". 15 minutes away from Lake Awoonga"

Gladstone Palms Motor Inn is only 6 hours drive from Brisbane or 45 minutes by plane.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
30 Far Street
West Gladstone, Gladstone Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

The standard room provides a queen size bed and sofa bed, bar fridge with complementary water and milk, tea/coffee facilities, television including Foxtel. Relax in comfort with a split air-conditioner. Features include your own outdoor area with table and chairs to look over Mount Larcom.

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