Kings Motor Inn and Steakhouse

Roma, Maranoa Area

Indicative Rate * AU$100 to AU$170

Kings Motor Inn and Steakhouse, situated in the vibrant town of Roma, offers comfortable, affordable accommodation and great meals. With 25 motel rooms of various styles they can accommodate singles, couples or families.

All rooms have quiet reverse cycle air conditioning, television with free Foxtel channels and free wi-fi to make your stay more comfortable. Ensuites in each room have a full selection of body and hair care products.

Kings Steakhouse, the on-site licensed restaurant is open for dinner and drinks Monday to Saturday nights, excluding public holidays. It is the perfect venue to relax after a long day. Meals can be delivered if you prefer to dine in your room.

The secluded saltwater pool and barbecue area is also popular. Most rooms also have kitchenettes with microwave.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
77 Quintin Street
Roma, Maranoa Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Queen Room

This non-smoking standard room has a queen sized Sealy bed for a comfortable sleep. The in room features include flat screen television with free Foxtel channels, DVD player and a kitchenette with microwave. A quiet split system reverse cycle air conditioning provides cooling and heating. There is one car parking space adjacent to your room. Free wi-fi (with a daily limit) is also available.

Queen Plus Single Room

This non-smoking standard room has two Sealy beds, one queen and one single for your comfort. The in room features include flat screen television with free Foxtel channels, DVD player and kitchenette with microwave. A quiet spit system reverse cycle air conditioner provides cooling and heating. Complimentary hair and body products are provided for your use. Free wi-fi with a daily limit is also provided. There is one car parking space adjacent to your room.

Two Bedroom Unit

The non-smoking two bedroom unit is ideal for a family who want to prepare their own meals, or just have a bit more space. The first room has one queen bed, one single bed and the ensuite bathroom. The second room has one double bed and the kitchenette. In the kitchenette there is a microwave, hot plates, pots, pans, crockery, cutlery and a domestic sized fridge. Both rooms have flat screen television with free Foxtel channels and a DVD player. Two quiet split system air conditioners allow you to heat or cool the rooms to your comfort level. There is one car parking space adjacent to the room. Free wi-fi with a daily limit is included in the room tariff.

Family Four Person Room

This non-smoking standard room is suitable for a family with one queen and two single Sealy beds. Your comfort is enhanced with quiet split system reverse air conditioning to provide cooling or heating. There is a flat screen television, DVD player, free Foxtel channels and a kitchenette area with microwave. Free wi-fi with a daily limit is included in the room tariff.

Double Room

Three star rated economy double room with one double bed, television with free Foxtel channels, reverse cycle air conditioning, tea/coffee making and toaster. The economy rooms do not have a kitchenette, microwave or crockery or cutlery.

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