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We arrived in Broome at about 6pm on Sunday after spending the day with Pam and Allan. We flew to Perth on Saturday and Pam picked us up and drove us to the Crowne Plaza Hotel which is an old hotel, but in a fabulous position overlooking the Swan River. The Geelong Cats AFL side was there as well and scored a very convincing win over West Coast on …
Upon opening the curtains we were greeted with the sight of the outskirts of Broome and it was not long before we were tied up at the Wharf. All that remained was for us to have a final breakfast and bid our farewells to new found friends and crew. I know that this crew will turn around with a new group of passengers in the …
G'Day Mates! This morning, our 4 x 4 vehicle rental was delivered to our resort as scheduled at 9am! It was a newer Mitsubishi Outlander with two wheel and four wheel drive capabilities. In addition, it had a unique sportronic transmission that allowed the driver to shift from automatic to easy (clutch-less) manual shifting. With daylight burning, …
G'Day Mates! This morning, our Outlander rental was picked up at 9am and we were checked out of the Broome Beach Resort by 10am. Since our Virgin Blue flight wasn't scheduled to depart until 8pm, we planned to use this opportunity to take the local bus downtown for some local browsing and shopping! Given our situation, the resort was willing to …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCable Beach Club Resort & Spa Broome
Welcome Bubbles! Tick.Reception Staff, tick. Room Tick. Pool, swim, lunch Tick tick tick! breakfast Tick. Airport Shuttle Tick, Tick! We have stayed here before and were delighted to see that top standards are still achieved in both staff and accommodation and especially gardens and surrounds. This was a short stay but as always most enjoyable.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa Broome
In January this year my husband & I stayed at the Cable Beach Club. Let me start by telling you that January is definitely the wrong time to visit. My husband & I are in our 60's and it was just way too hot. We also couldn't swim in the beach because at this time of year there are too many jellyfish in the ocean. We were lucky however to miss the cyclones (hurricanes) the hit near Broome shortly after our visit.
We stayed at this resort for 5 nights at the end of November 2005 and can offer the following comments about the resort and Broome. This is one of the most unusual places we have stayed at, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. We stayed in a Superior Bungalow which gave two adults and two children plenty of room to move. It has two bedrooms and one bathroom. The bungalows are interesting inside in that they have doorways going here there and everywhere! The air conditioning works well and is definitely needed in Broome's climate. Some problems we encountered were that upon check-in to our bungalow the main bedroom had two single beds instead of a queen/king. This was later rectified when housekeeping 'zipped' the two beds together. Housekeeping, unfortunately, was a bit ad-hoc. Although they knew there were four of us staying in the bungalow, on two mornings we were only left two bath towels and had to ring for extras. We also had to ask for the floors to be mopped in the bathroom and lounge area when it became apparent it hadn't been done all week. Having said that, you do get fresh sheets on the beds every day.
the place to stay in broome without doubt, my favorite place to stay ever, greeted by champayne free fruit and a golf buggy ride to your room booked shack but changed to pool view room much better wooden floors out to a balcony with a day bed we ended up sleeping out there was beautifull, sat by the fantastic adults only salt pool all day being served drinks and food by very attentive staff, as with all large resorts you will get good service and bad service all was good on this visit. asian affair and sunsets,is the place to eat especially on sunset gorgeous! clubsandwich mmnn ,bar guy dave was great service. didnt like boardwalk resturant, the resort has childrens activities so you can just laze around. about a $20 cab ride to the whalf is worth the trip the whalf resturant doesnt look much but mudcrab and threadfin salmon unforgetttable and you can throw a line in after dinner off the jetty ..big fish, and the zoo or surfclub for brekky half the price they do it for at resort, and if you go without your children or wanna say hi to your family there is a live webcam on the roof of the surfclub across the road so you can give them a wave live on the net they will tell you the webpage, they have a bus that runs from there to town as well, the beach is amazing and you can bath nude behind the rocks, check the dates for beach swimming as stingers out certain months, we didnt swim at the beach after seeing the crocodile park!
We did the impossible and arranged a trip for two adults and two children to Broome via Qantas Frequent Flyer program. I was always told that you would never use the points for flights. We booked accommodation through the Broome tourist centre. First night at the Broome Motel in the town. This provided us a great opportunity to walk around Broome and have dinner at the "Arli Bar" the food was fantastic you can tell the owners were trained at the Melbourne Stokehouse and Circa. Great taste fresh seafood and the restaurant is BYO.
I'm an thirteen year old sydney sider and i have some complaints to make about the cable beach resort. it was quite a good stay and i love any place with a pool (which this hotel definitley had) and im not to picky. but maybe i should start from the beginning
We arrived at Broome airport in 40 degree heat with 85 % humidity at the end of this years wet season.Beware of travelling at this time of year! god the Cable beach Club was a beautiful resort /lushly landscaped and with 2 pools keeping the kids to their own pool area.Both pools were terrific as we used them alot!It was too stifling to do anything else!Thank god the air con worked as well!All the staff worked so well in what were very trying conditions and nothing was too much trouble.The best place to eat was the Sunset Bar with a simple menu.The sunsets over the Indian ocean were awesome!The fine dining restaurant wasn't good value,but I can't fault anything else.As it so hot over our 6 day stay,there wasn't much to do.Broome is very much an outback town though the architecture is interesting.
We stayed at the Cable Beach Club Resort for 6 nights as part of our honeymoon at the end of December beginning of January and absolutely LOVED it !!!
LOV THE SERVICE
I thought the service at the hotel was excellent, although the food was good, i thought it may be able to do better. But overall GREAT!!
Spacious, tastefully furnished rooms with verandahs, polished wooden floors, beautifully landscaped gardens. A treat: the sunset bar where you can watch incredible sunsets while sipping your pre-dinner champagne. Exotic food in one of the restaurants either in- or out-doors. Friendly staff. I'd go there again any time.