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Hotel Kununurra, Kununurra

The Hotel Kununurra is the town’s first hotel, which was built in 1964. We offer a range of units to suit a range of budgets, and give the friendliest service in town.

We will do all possible at the Hotel Kununurra to make sure you enjoy your stay with us and our town. Hotel Kununurra is located in the centre of town and the shops are right accross the road. Courtesy pickup or drop off to the airport or the bus stop can be arranged.

The Hotel features four bars, an a-la-carte restaurant, outdoor eating area, swimming pool, bottleshop, free in-house movies in three star rooms and all units are airconditioned with their own ensuites, surrounded by lush tropical gardens.

Accommodation Options

Kimberley Style Units

Our Kimberley style three and a half star rated units contain private en suite, airconditioning, free in house movies and Sky Channel, tea and coffee making facilities, toaster, television and telephone.



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