STAY EAT & TOUR
HOTEL CORONES CHARLEVILLE
Step back in time at the famous Hotel Corones, well known as one of the truly iconic hotels in the heart of the Outback.
The history of the Hotel goes back to its construction from 1924 – 1929.
This magnificent building proudly stands in the heart of Charleville, “a must to visit”.
Enjoy a refreshment at the longest bar in the Southern hemisphere when built.
Re-stock your supplies in Charleville’s largest bottle shop.
ground level Executive Motel rooms.
Eat excellent meals featuring local produce at the on-site dining room.
Tour behind the Scenes and see areas not available to the general public.
Experience Heritage Rooftop rooms (3)
Exclusive access to the rooftop deck with option of outdoor
champagne baths - and original period furnishings
Open 7 days a week
The Hotel Corones is the most famous historic landmark in Charleville. It is one of the few masonry buildings built in the 1920's and represents the social and economic fabric of those prosperous and pioneering days.
The hotel was the focal point for a bustling 1930's economy, welcoming many famous people, aviators and royal family, and represents a major part of the towns historic rise to prominence at that time.
Enjoy a tour, along the way your guide will tell tales of Harry Corones.
HOTEL & MOTEL ROOMS
The magnificent building with its broad footprint in the centre of town is a working museum to the towns past.
The Hotel boasts 50 rooms ranging from clean comfortable first floor rooms with en suites to newly refurnished ground level motel rooms.
You can relax and unwind where many well-known and famous people have done so before. Some of which include the Duke & Duchess of Gloucester, Gough Whitlam, Gracie Fields, Amy Johnson, Johnny O’Keefe and many more.
Looking for a meal? We are open 7 days a week.
The elegant dining room, prides itself on great value for money meals.
Restaurant Tuesday - Saturday (Except Public Holidays)
6pm – 8pm Dinner, please book
MEALS 7 days from Bar
Lunch & Dinner
Take-away Call 07 4654 1022.