Citywalk Motor Inn Rockhampton

Indicative Rate * AU$99 to AU$159

Citywalk Motor Inn is a modern and quiet motel off the busy Bruce Highway in Rockhampton's city centre, with friendly and helpful staff dedicated to making your stay comfortable.

With quality bedding, furniture and furnishings, staying at Citywalk is comfortable. Each room is tastefully decorated and has fast, free wireless internet access, free Foxtel and a large LCD television to enjoy. Conveniently appointed with microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge, tea and coffee making supplies and fresh milk, settling in is a breeze. Ironing facilities are supplied to each room and along with free use of the guest laundry, a short or long stay can be catered for with ease.

Located on the corner of William and Campbell Streets, Citywalk is just a short walk to Rockhampton's city centre with great coffee shops, restaurants, the beautiful Fitzroy River and Sports precinct, theatre and much more. Try it for yourself and enjoy your next stay in Rockhampton at Citywalk.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Kiosk
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Tour Desk

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.

Our Rooms

Standard Queen Room

The Standard Queen Room is a modern studio unit and has a comfortable queen ensemble bed, private ensuite with easy step in shower, hand basin and toilet. The main room features an LCD television, free Foxtel, system air-conditioning, opening secured windows and ceiling fan, along with iron, microwave, kettle, toaster, mini-fridge and tea and coffee supplies. Guests in all rooms enjoy fast, free wi-fi internet access.

Executive Queen Room

Executive Queen Rooms have the best noise protection for a great night's sleep. Opened in 2011, these rooms have brilliant insulation from noise with rendered concrete construction and beautiful, modern interiors to relax and unwind in.

Executive Queen Rooms provide a comfortable and convenient stay with everything at your fingertips. Connect yourself to high-speed wi-fi internet and catch up on work at your desk - or switch off, sit back and relax with 24 channels of Foxtel and Freeview Television. Unpack your suitcase and feel at home and enjoy great water pressure in our oversized showers, large built-in wardrobes with shelves and ample hanging space, in room ironing facilities, and a hairdryer too.

You can order breakfast from their menu or self cater with use of the room's microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and provided crockery and cutlery. They'll even do the dishes daily.

Deluxe Queen Room

The Deluxe Queen Room is the most popular choice - a well appointed studio built new in 2014. Built with a more spacious and modern bathroom, new wardrobe and large desk or table and chairs, the Deluxe Queen Room is top value.

With soft, neutral tones and all new furniture, the Deluxe Queen rooms have the same look as the Executive rooms however are in the original timber verandah building so an upstairs option will be perfect for very light sleepers.

You can order breakfast from their menu or self cater with use of the room's microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and provided crockery and cutlery. They'll even do the dishes daily.

Executive Twin Room

Executive Twin Rooms are four star studios with one Queen bed and one Single bed. These are bigger versions of the Executive Queen Room and there are two sets of interconnecting options (Queen and Twin) for larger families or groups. Please contact them to discuss your needs and get a quote.

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