The Hotel: Metro Hotel and Apartments Gladstone
Centrally situated in Gladstone, Metro Hotel & Apartments Gladstone is an ideal starting point for exploring both the city and the local area known for its natural beauty. Holidaymakers may enjoy both vibrant city life with numerous dining and entertainment venues at hand, or head to The Great Barrier Reef, Lady Musgrave Island, or the National Parks and Hinterlands. The hotel is also a good base for Heron Island departures, Port Curtis Yacht Club, the aquatic centre, and some tennis courts. After the day spent outdoors, guests can enjoy some tapas at the on-site bar and sip on a glass of locally-produced wine.
Holidaymakers stay in a One-Bedroom Apartment, fully self-contained, fitted with a kitchen, laundry, and private balcony. Guests can relax in front of a flat-screen TV with AUSTAR, enjoy minibar and Internet access. The apartments boast classic decor and light colour tones.
- Bed size/type: One queen bed and a double sofa bed
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Maximum occupancy: Four people (please note that extra guest surcharges may apply; please enquire with the hotel for details)
- Air conditioning, alarm clock/radio, balcony, private bathroom with shower over bath, flat-screen TV with cable TV, coffee and tea making facilities, direct dial telephone, full kitchen including microwave, washing machine and dryer, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, minibar, refrigerator, wardrobe, tables and chairs
The Area: Gladstone
Nestled between Calliope and Boyne Rivers, the city of Gladstone, home to the region’s largest port, takes pride in numerous water and marine activities. Travellers can explore numerous cafes and restaurant for various dining opportunities, visit the Gladstone Harbour with its marina parklands or climb up Auckland Hill or Round Hill to indulge in the scenic views of the city, harbour and nearby islands.
Situated just a short drive away, Boyne Island and Tannum Sands tempt travellers with pristine beaches and the Millennium Esplanade and its barbecue options and walking paths, while located 25km away Lake Awoonga is famous for its wildlife, over 225 bird species and fishing opportunities.