Coral Cay Resort Motor Inn

Mackay, Mackay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$88 to AU$265

The Coral Cay Resort comprises of 82 well appointed units (executive, spa and studio suites, as well as two and three bedroom semi self-contained units). All units have free wifi access and Foxtel television. The majority of the rooms contain an executive workstation and executive chair. Each of the suites features at least one 32 inch LCD television, a hair dryer, mini bar, iron and ironing board as well as tea and coffee making facilities. There is ample undercover, off-street car parking for small and large vehicles. For your comfort all of their units are non-smoking.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Our Rooms

Sleeps up to three people. These motel style suites have a queen bed and a single bed. These ground floor suites are specially designed to allow wheelchair access. The design features in this room include; lower fitted light switches, wide doorways, support bars for the shower and toilet, adjustable and removable shower head, shower recess flat with the floor and a seat in the shower.

Spa Suite

This room contains a queen bed and sleeps two people. The ensuite to this room has a corner spa bath with a shower overhead. Reverse cycle air-conditioning, local and Foxtel television channels, tea and coffee making facilities, toaster, stocked mini bar, bar fridge, iron and ironing board, data and internet lines, direct dial phone and voice mail, plus a lounge chair, table and chairs.

Family Self Contained Room

The Family Self-contained studio style suite has a queen bed, two single beds as well as a kitchenette. The bath room breaks the Queen bed from the two singles allowing privacy. The kitchenette facilities contain a full sized fridge, microwave, cook top, toaster and tea and coffee making facilities. Reverse cycle air-conditioning, local and Austar television channels, iron and ironing board, data and internet lines, direct dial phone and voice mail, plus a lounge chair, table and chairs.

2 Bedroom Self Contained Unit

Sleeps up to five people. Contains two bedrooms with a separate living/dining area. The main room has a queen bed and the second room contains either a queen bed or two singles. The kitchenette facilities in this room contain a full sized fridge, microwave, cook top, toaster and tea and coffee making facilities.

Honeymoon Spa Suite

This reverse cycle air-conditioned suite offers a King Size Bed, a luxurious rectangular spa bath and a flat-screen television with cable and Fox channels. It also has a dining table, fridge, fully stocked mini-bar along with tea and coffee making facilities. Also on offer is a seating area, a desk and a ensuite bathroom.

3 Bedroom Unit

Sleeps up to seven people. Three bedrooms with a separate living and bathroom. Two of the rooms contain a queen bed and the third room has two single beds. The kitchenette facilities in this room contain a full size fridge, microwave, cook top and toaster plus tea and coffee making facilities.

Sleeps up to three people. Room contains a queen bed plus an ensuite bathroom, reverse cycle air-conditioning, local and Foxtel television channels, tea and coffee making facilities, toasters, stocked mini bar, bar fridge, iron and ironing board, data and internet lines, direct dial phones and voice mail, plus a lounge chair, table and chairs.

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