Charm City Motel

Bundaberg West, Bundaberg Area

Indicative Rate * AU$108 to AU$180

The Charm City Motel Bundaberg is ideally situated on the corner of Takalvan and Grimwood Streets, Bundaberg. Whether travelling to Bundaberg for business or pleasure, the family owned and operated Charm City Motel can accommodate you in one of their comfortable rooms or apartments.

They welcome all visitors, tourists, corporate travellers, couples, families, sporting and tour groups to Bundaberg with accommodation choices of their Deluxe standard rooms, Family unit or their four star fully self-contained Studio spa apartments. All of their rooms offer reverse cycle air-conditioning, free wi-fi, Foxtel, flat screen televisions, kitchenettes with tea and coffee making facilities including fresh milk.

Home cooked meals and hearty breakfasts are their speciality - available seven days a week!

Enjoy their undercover barbecue area adjacent to their pool area and soak up the beautiful Bundaberg weather. They are conveniently located to Bundaberg's major hospitals, local clubs, restaurants and sporting grounds.

Their fresh comfortable rooms are great value for overnight travellers or longer term stays. They pride themselves on great service, hospitality and quality comfortable rooms.

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
23 Takalvan Street
Corner of Grimwood Street
Bundaberg West, Bundaberg Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Their Deluxe standard rooms are very clean and comfortable with air-conditioning and are self contained with basic cooking facilities, microwave, kettle and toaster. Bedding configuration is either one queen bed or one queen and one single bed. An extra single bed can be added to accommodate four guests on request.

Studio Spa Apartment

Their Studio Spa Apartments are fully self contained and have an open plan living area with a king bed, dining and lounge area. Fully equipped kitchen including dishwasher, full laundry and large, easily accessible shower and toilet with a two person spa in each apartment.

Family Room

The family room can sleep up to five guests. This is a fully self contained room with basic cooking facilities and includes a washing machine and dryer. This room has one Queen bed in the combined kitchen and bedroom and one single and one single bunk bed in a second bedroom. (Please note top bunk unsuitable for adults).

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