156 George St, Rockhampton City QLD 4700, Australia

Apartment Building, Lodging, Motel

Lodging

(07) 4927 7800

http://www.welcomehomemotel.com.au/



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Welcome Home Motel & Apartments

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Welcome Home Motel & Apartments

Old fashioned hospitality with modern motel units and apartments, fully equiped to make you feel at home in Rockhampton.

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Edward Smith said 2 years ago
Clean neat accommodation. Polite staff. Well priced rooms. I would highly recommend staying here.
Mark Cochran said 3 years ago
Overall, a reasonable hotel for an overnight stop. The hotel had or was: I stayed in room 8 and the room was large and contained a queen size bed, a large TV, microwave, kettle and a private bathroom. The bed was comfortable and if required had an extra two pillows in the cupboard. The sleep was reasonable; however, you could hear highway traffic and other patrons of the hotel. The room was quite hot when I checked in but after a while the air conditioner performed its job well. Toiletries and towels are provided and the shower had great pressure. The room does need a very good clean, as I could see ants on the walls in the kitchenette. This also may be because of the window you cannot shut fully. The hotel does provide free wifi to its guests.
YI XIN Chin said 3 years ago
Booked the place at a very special rate online and was not disappointed. They are strategically placed near in the city with lots of dining options within walking distance. I just have a few minor grouses here and there. I paid for it online after booking but was told by the owner to pay again when I checked in. He did not even check before asking for payment. It was only later when I showed them I have indeed been charged twice that I was refunded. To their credit, they apologised and refunded me readily. My booked a single room and they gave me family room with a queen sized bed and 2 single beds. The 2 single beds had plastic signs on them saying "do not use unless you agree to a 15 dollar surcharge on checkout" which I felt was not exactly welcoming. These grouses aside, the room was clean, well maintained with air conditioning, microwave, TV and a fridge. Definitely worth staying in if you can get a good deal online.
Ang Ward said 3 years ago
We needed a last minute roof over our heads for the night ...... the Welcome Home Motel provided us with a basic clean tidy room ...... We found it online ...... The lady was very warm and welcoming ...... They also offer free WiFi should you require it ......
Shaun Wong said 3 years ago
Good for a few nights' stay at an affordable price. Everything is clean and pleasant looking except for the green striped decor thing that is behind the beds.

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