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Mangrove Hotel - Broome Hotels

Mangrove Hotel

47 Carnarvon Street, Broome - Map
 
 
"Nice Hotel within walking distance of China Town"
Stayed May 2016. Hotel staff friendly and very helpful giving us late checkout on request. Comfortable clean room and quiet. Pool was great and sitting on lawn overlooking Roebuck bay very pleasant. Easy walk to China Town for shopping and restaurants also Town bus stop just out front.
Traveller from Nelson Bay NSW
The Billi Resort - Cable Beach Hotels

The Billi Resort

23 Coucal Street (Lulfitz Drv), Cable Beach - Map
 
 
"Very peaceful and cool place to be"
We were only there for 1 night, thoroughly enjoyed the professional check in and welcome, and the lovely surroundings.
Traveller from vic. Australia
Mercure Broome - Broome Hotels

Mercure Broome

Weld Street, Broome - Map
 
 
"Close to town."
The room i stay was a bit old but it was clean. Comfortable room and beds, except some ants crawling on the floor but not a major problems. Good value low price. Will stay again.
Traveller from Australia
Seashells Resort Broome - Cable Beach Hotels

Seashells Resort Broome

4-6 Challenor Drive, Cable Beach - Map
 
 
"Nice enough for a quick little get away."
3 night stay. Used the jet tub. Blockout curtains made it good for a sleep in.
Traveller from Port Hedland
Bali Hai Resort & Spa - Cable Beach Hotels

Bali Hai Resort & Spa

6 Murray Road, Cable Beach - Map
 
 
"Delightfully Relaxing"
Staff were wonderful..polite...respectful..caring and kind. Even offered to lend me a car ...whilst mine was being fixed. Beautiful pool and lovely gardens surrounding. GORGEOUS frangipani trees in full bloom..Felt like I was in Bali. Best experience ever.Had to stay 2 extra nights due to car trouble...Brought me flowers because I waS ill and a bit stressed...NEVER forget the tranquility of this experience. THANK YOU.
Traveller from Darwin
Beaches of Broome - Cable Beach Hotels

Beaches of Broome

4 Sanctuary Road, Cable Beach - Map
 
 
"A surprising find"
We spent 4 nights there with another couple. We were surprised at first as we had anticipated 2 rooms sharing a bathroom to find that they were in fact communal ones. However, as mature couples, we loved mixing and chatting with a lot of younger people travelling on working holiday visas. We enjoyed having a swim in the morning in the good size pool and getting our own simple healthy breakfast. The girls at reception were bright , cheerful and friendly. It was a very refreshing and thoroughly enjoyable experience. A fantastic location as well, 5 minutes walk from Cable beach Stayed May 2016, travelled as a couple https://www.tripadvisor.com.au/ShowUserReviews-g255102-d1105845-r375656241-Beaches_of_Broome-Broome_Kimberley_Region_Western_Australia.html#
Traveller from Melbourne Australia
Oaks Broome - Broome Hotels

Oaks Broome

99 Robinson Street, Broome - Map
 
 
"Oaks Town Beach"
A pleasant hotel but find price and room correlation a bit out of whack.
Traveller from kununurra
Kimberley Sands Resort & Spa Cable Beach - Cable Beach Hotels

Kimberley Sands Resort & Spa Cable Beach

10 Murray Road, Cable Beach - Map
 
 
"Hotel is aging not so gracefully."
The hotel staff are a wonderful bunch of people who are personable and experienced in their respective jobs. The property itself is very tired, the main swimming pool has lost a lot of its tiles, the sun lounges are soiled and worn. The bathroom in our room was well overdue for refurbishment and the fittings are well worn. The toilet flushing button was also in need of replacement as are the plugs in the basins. THe outside private courtyard was dirty,old and unuseable. The restaurant (The Deck) had a seasonal menu that was lovely. Wine on offer was expensive compared to Melbourne prices which amazed me considering WA is home to some beautiful wines. We did try breakfast, lunch and dinner and all were adequate. Room service meals arrived in a timely fashion and were hot..a pleasant surprise. Compared to the prices in other Broome restaurants this establishment was certainly not much dearer bent the wines were a tad overpriced.
Traveller from Melbourne, Australia
Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa - Cable Beach Hotels

Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa

Cable Beach Road, Cable Beach - Map
 
 
"Great resort very knowledgeable staff "
Loved the variety in restaurants & adults only swimming pool
Traveller from RedHill victoria
Broome-Time Accommodation - Cable Beach Hotels

Broome-Time Accommodation

1 Cable Beach Road East, Cable Beach - Map
 
 
"Very well prices hotel with great staff"
I needed an affordable change after a few nights in the rain camping. And Broome time was just that. Booked the accommodation in the morning, called to check on the room status and the staff were very friendly and enabled us check in to the hotel early (quiet season) and even went out of their way to allow us to power the camper van. The room was neat and spacious and comfortably slept and housed 3. Flexibility to cook and have a few drinks in the room or near the well kept pool area. Shower was hot and plenty of pressure which was just what was needed after some days in the dirt. In all the rooms were great value and maintained well given the price point and the staff made the place very very good.
Traveller from Perth

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    Ever since the discovery of the world's largest pearl oyster shell in 1861, Broome has been the pearling capital of Australia. Affectionately known as the 'Pearl of the North', Broome attracted pearl divers from Japan, the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia, creating a melting pot of cultures that makes Broome the multicultural town it is today. Only a short flight from Perth, the town’s amazing landscape and colourful lifestyle has also made it a mecca for writers, artists and musicians as well as a popular tourist destination.

    Things to See and Do

    Once you arrive, take the opportunity to explore Broome’s local industries. Learn about pearls with a trip to Willie Creek Pearl Farm, 38 km north of Broome. Take a tour of the farm and see how pearls are grown and harvested, or just head straight to the gift shop for some sweet souvenirs to take home. 25km from Broome is Roebuck Bay, a beach spot popular with families. It is also the location of the Broome Bird Observatory, Australia's most significant site for shorebirds like the Pied Oystercatcher and Red-capped Plover. Next, head to the Manbana Aquaculture and Discovery Centre where you can learn about the continuing role the local Indigenous people play in the fishing industries.

    There are heaps of other things to do and see in Broome. Take a trip to Chinatown and see original corrugated iron huts, pearl showrooms and the world’s oldest operating open-air picture garden, Sun Pictures. The famous Courthouse is a quick 20 minute walk away and is known for its distinctive architecture and Saturday morning markets. Those with an appetite will have lots on their plate, with Broome specialising in mangoes, barramundi and – surprise surprise – pearl meat. The thirsty can also try beer from Broome’s local brewery, Matso’s, which occupies a building which started life as Broome's first bank.

    Take a walk or camel ride along Cable Beach, while staying in our Broome hotels, and discover one of the world's most stunning beaches. Named for the telegraph cable which was laid between Broome and Java in 1889, Cable Beach has 24kms of white sands and turquoise waters. Come here in the afternoon and soak your toes in the Indian Ocean while watching the sunset. The next day, visit Gantheaume Point while the tide is low to see dinosaur footprints over 120 million years old. Our range of hotels in Broome are also a great starting point for exploring the Kimberley region, or if you’d like to be closer, stay in our Kimberley accommodation.

    Events

    Broome is also home to a number of amazing events, such as the famous 'Staircase to the Moon’. This natural phenomenon occurs between March and October for three days after the full moon at extreme low tide. As the moon rises, its reflection stretches over the mudflats of Rosebuck Bay, creating an illusion of a long, silver staircase. Broome also lives up to its reputation as the pearling capital with the Shinju Matsuri Festival of the Pearl in September. Held over 10 days, the festival celebrates Broome’s culture with a range of family-friendly events and entertainment. Lovers of art and nature should also be sure to check out the Opera Under the Stars, held at the end of August each year.

    Whatever you decide to do in Broome, we’re sure you’ll have a ball! Check out our great range of Broome accommodation and cheap flights to Broome.
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