"Heritage listing inevitably affects some amenities"
Management and staff very courteous and helpful.
Rooms remarkably spacious and apart from heritage listed rooms the standard of amenities, comfort and. , furnishings excellent. ( The lift is v. old and is somewhat difficult to manage; cannot be updated because of "heritage- listing restrictions . Lots of steps to negotiate and this may cause difficulty for less mobile guests.). Public rooms are a delight.
Buffet continental breakfast is included and is very adequate.
Enjoyed our stay, walking distance to shops, restaurants. Short drive to scenic world. The staff were very helpful with information on various attractions to see and directions to get there. Was able to buy discounted tickets to Scenic World. Buffet breakfast was excellent and the staff very friendly. Would stay here again.
Traveller from Gold Coast
The Katoomba Town Centre Motel is located in the centre of Katoomba, the capitol of the beautiful Blue Mountains World …More
Katoomba is the main town in Australia’s Blue Mountains region. Stay in our Katoomba accommodation and experience the breathtaking views, clean mountain air and relaxed atmosphere. You can also use your Katoomba hotel as a base for exploring the rest of the beautiful Blue Mountains.
Surrounded by mountains, Katoomba sits at an elevation of 1030 metres and offers a number of excellent walks and hikes to some amazing natural attractions. During your stay in our Katoomba Hotels visit the falls of Jamison Valley that Katoomba takes its name from; Katoomba is the aboriginal word for ‘shining falling water’. Katoomba’s most famous natural formation however is the rocky pinnacles of ‘The Three Sisters’ at Echo Point.
Katoomba has long been a haven for artists, writers and general eccentricity, and it's no surprise. The magnificent landscape delivers plenty of inspiration right to your door. Stay at a hotel in Katoomba in June and experience the vibrant Katoomba Winter Magic Festival. Entertainment, arts and crafts, markets and workshops run throughout the Winter Solstice culminated in a single day’s celebration on June 20th.