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Kingsford Smith Motel, Brisbane City

Kingsford Smith Motel guarantees a warm, friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Situated in the Brisbane suburb of Hamilton, the Kingsford Smith Motel is ideally located a short distance from both Brisbane Airport and the city. It is also within walking distance of trendy Racecourse Road dining, Eagle Farm and Doomben racetracks.

Kingsford Smith Motel has been built to provide the highest standard of accommodation close to Royal Brisbane Golf Course, Bretts Wharf and the City Cat Terminal.

Suites feature inviting spa baths and all rooms offer free in-house movie channels. For the ultimate rejuvenation take a dip in the motel’s deluxe salt water swimming pool.

Managers of the motel, Ian and Robyn Daniels look forward to welcoming you and providing personal service for your visit.

Accommodation Options


Modern well presented rooms for today’s travellers. Rooms contain tea and coffee making facilities, mini bar plus all the facilities that are expected by the modern day traveller. Queen size beds and Foxtel Television make for a very comfortable stay at the Kingsford Smith Motel.

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  • Swimming

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