Comfort Inn Marco Polo
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Room service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Marco Polo Mackay
Travel Blogs from Mackay
... only downside is the stingers. Signs warn about the box jellyfish and stingers that are found in the water here. A swimming enclosure is built at Seaforth but the tide was so far out that there was no water in the enclosure. This is a very pretty stretch of coastline. Meeting Noeleen and Greg for dinner at a spectacular Italian restaurant in the city, topped off our delightful day. It was wonderful to catch up and to be shown some beautiful spots (including the Eimeo Pub) around ...
... The mountains are also covered with green trees and palm trees make their appearance again. We make good time and make the outskirts of Mackay where we join the morning traffic rush. Not a great idea when towing a caravan as the car starts to run hot in the humid sticky conditions. Thanks to the GPS we make our way through town towards the northern beaches where we are booked into the beach front Blacks Beach Caravan Park. The park is strewn with beautiful ...
... We sat and talked to Allan and Ann for awhile after everyone had gone. They have family here but choosed to stay in the van and visit them . They have twin 4year old boys Ann said they are buggered after a full day with them they can come back to the quiet of their van. We got back to the van and a lady that had just came into the park near us asked if her and husband could have ...
... of. We did the eastern end first it was only a couple of kms. Then I decided we should do a the caches along the way. We then headed west this is the longest section about four and a half kms. The track is well laid out with board walks through the mangroves . The mangroves were very smelly. This a great ride to the Botanical Gardens. We found 3 caches along the way there was one we couldn't find . AL had to pump my tire up 3 times to get me there and back. It was hot riding as ...
Packed up and on the road and the outlook ahead looks very bleak. We stop for morning tea and note that the weather is closing in rapidly. As we drive further north we are hit by really heavy rain, almost all the way to Sarina and then to Homebush where we are going to camp behind the General Gordon Pub for only $10 a night ($5 if only one person). We arrive to find ...