We arrived earlier and To our pleasant surprise our deluxe rooms #55 and 56 were ready as they knew we were heading to the footy!
Rooms are basic, but clean and more then do the job! The new paint outside would suit inside if they could achieve it!
Small LCD tv, fridge, double not queen bed but it was very comfortable (especially after a few red wines!)
Only real criticism is factors out of their control, the queenstown football club had a late party which echo's over the hotel, it kepty wife and inlaws awake however I slept fine... There was also people moving late and given the mining town people coming and going at all hours...
All in all, not 3 stars, more 3.75... Clean adequate and warm. It's an old queenstown building so enjoy it, it makes you appreciate the area
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This iconic Queenstown motel is not only the oldest on the Tasmanian West Coast, but also one of the largest. Featuring 57 motel rooms all with en-suites, heating and queen sized beds...as well as the largest restaurant in Queenstown with a fantastic fireplace and views over the ranges. An ideal (and well priced!) base to explore Queenstown, Strahan and the Western Wilderness.Now with free WiFi internet ! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Silver Hills Motel Queenstown, Tasmania, Australia