Potters Hotel Toowoomba

Toowoomba, Toowoomba Area

Indicative Rate * AU$169 to AU$320

Potters Toowoomba is a 55 room boutique style hotel providing a range of room options including disability rooms and two bedroom apartments. All rooms have king beds, king pillows, 50 inch flat screen televisions, dining table, tea and coffee facilities, room safe, fridge, air conditioning and more.

While the hotel is situated only a couple of minutes walk from Toowoomba's premier shopping district and the Central Business District the location is quiet and sound proof rooms ensure a peaceful night's sleep. On arrival you will be given a complimentary drink voucher to enjoy a drink at the bar. Hot and cold buffet breakfast is available seven days a week and a la carte dining six nights a week in our onsite restaurant. Breakfast and dinner room service is also available.

Want to sleep in on a Sunday, do some shopping, visit friends and relatives then take advantage of Snoozin Sunday at Potters with a 5pm checkout. Snoozin Sunday 5pm checkout is subject to availability.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Restaurant - Licensed

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Our rooms

Deluxe Twin Room

The King Twin features individual bedding for up to two guests and the creature comforts of individual climate control, a smart television, bar fridge, safe and ensuite bathroom.

Their King Twin Room includes:
• Two Single Beds
• Air-conditioning
• 50 inch Smart Television
• Table and chairs
• Bar fridge
• Safe
• Ensuite bathroom

Deluxe King Room

Featuring a luscious king bed, with full size king pillows their Standard King room is the perfect choice for couples enjoying a break away from home or a weekend away. The convenient option for a group of two, your Standard King room provides all the necessities for a true ‘home away from home’ experience.

Their Standard King Room includes King Bed with King Size pillows, air-conditioning, 50 inch Smart television, tables and chairs, bar fridge, safe.

Executive King Room

Their Executive King rooms are well equipped for the corporate traveller, with a large scale work station to encourage productivity while you’re away from the office. You can also wind-down after a long day of business meetings watching the 50 inch smart television or in the luxurious king size bed with king size pillows.

Their Executive King Room include:
• King Bed with King Size Pillows
• Air-conditioning
• 50 inch Smart Television
• Tables and chairs
• Workstation
• Bar fridge
• Safe
• Ensuite bathroom

Connecting King Rooms

Sleeping up to four guests in total, their Connecting King room allows for multiple sleeping configurations depending on your requirements. Well suited to families, a group of colleagues away on business, friends or wedding parties, their connecting rooms provide both comfort and flexibility.

Their Connecting King Rooms include:
• Interconnecting door with a total of two bedrooms
• Choice of bedding configuration
 King Bed with two Twin Singles or two King Beds
• Air-conditioning
• 50 inch Smart Television
• Tables and chairs
• Bar fridge
• Safe
• Ensuite bathroom

Disability Executive King Room

Configured for ease of access, their Disability Executive King rooms are a welcomed addition to the hotel. Guests can relax with the confidence in various inclusions and appropriate positioning within the building to allow the most pleasurable staying experience for guests.

Their Disable Executive King Rooms include:
• Choice of bedding configuration
• King Bed or two Twin Singles
• Air-conditioning
• 50 inch Smart Television
• Tables and chairs
• Bar fridge
• Safe
• Disability ensuite

Two Bedroom Apartment

Fully self-contained, their Two Bedroom Apartment is ideal for extended stays. Featuring a kitchenette, dining area and living room means families and groups are able to access a centralised location while still providing individual space for each guest.

Their Two Bedroom Apartments include:
• Self-contained Two Bedroom Apartment
• Kitchenette
• Dining area
• Living room
• King Bed with King Sized Pillows
• Air-conditioning
• 50 inch Smart Television
• Tables and chairs
• Bar fridge
• Safe
• Ensuite bathroom

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