Blue Waters Motel

1.30 miles from city center

Room options

Location

8.6

Great location

Close to beach. Amazing location. A great spot for breakfast in town.

Good to know

Check in from:14:00
Check out before:10:00

Hotel description

Located in Kingscliff, Blue Waters Motel is within a 10-minute drive of Tropical Fruit World and Kirra Beach. Featured amenities include luggage storage, laundry facilities, and a vending machine. Free self parking is available onsite.

Reviews

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9.2
ExcellentBased on 791 reviews

Excellent highway hotel. Awesome rooms and service in a great location. Great pool. Awesome vibe.

9.2
ExcellentBased on 791 reviews

Friendly service. Clean rooms. Comfortable beds. Great reception.

Excellent Highway Hotel

Top 1% in city

Pool
10.0

Great pool

Lovely pool. Great pool. Great pool area.

Service
9.8

Fantastic service

Friendly hosts. Staff were very welcoming and helpful. Lovely hosts.

9.2
ExcellentBased on 791 reviews

Excellent highway hotel. Awesome rooms and service in a great location. Great pool. Awesome vibe.

9.2
ExcellentBased on 791 reviews

Friendly service. Clean rooms. Comfortable beds. Great reception.

Cleanliness
9.7

Clean

Clean linen. Cleanliness impeccable. Cleanest rooms.

Vibe
9.6

Awesome vibe

Helped with travel. Family run motel. Carpets new.

Room
8.8

Great room

Excellent fridge. Air conditioner appreciated. Modern rooms.

Breakfast
8.6

Tasty breakfast

A great spot for breakfast in town. Breakfast very adequate.

Location
8.6

Great location

Close to beach. Amazing location. A great spot for breakfast in town.

WiFi
5.6

Regular internet service

Slow internet. Great WiFi.

Rates from all sites

Total price for 1 night, 2 guests, 1 room

Amenities

Internet

Health & Fitness

Room service

General

Garden, Laundry, Non-smoking, WiFi, Grill, Heat

Internet

WiFi, Internet access

Parking & Transportation

Car rental, Parking

In the rooms

Heat, Air conditioning

Health & Fitness

Pool, Diving

Services

Luggage storage, Room service