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Mercure Inn Continental Broome, Broome

The Mercure Inn Continental provides the perfect atmosphere for relaxation or adventure. Located one kilometre from the heart of Broome and only a short drive from Cable Beach, this idyllic retreat is set amongst lush tropical gardens with each room providing comfortable accommodation and facilities.

Featuring two bars and the famous “Conti” Bistro plus the superb Capt’n Murphys Irish pub the Mercure Inn has something for everyone. Come and relax around the crystal clear water of our magnificent swimming pool and the pool bar or enjoy a game of tennis day or night.

Conferences and functions are also available with rooms seating up to 100 people with catering and equipment to suit your needs.

For the more adventurous try a camel ride at sunset on Cable Beach, charter one of the many fishing boats, visit the world famous gorges of the Kimberley or simply watch a latest release movie in the worlds oldest outdoor picture theatre, Sun Pictures.

Whatever your inclination, the Mercure Inn Continental Broome has something for everyone.

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