Welcome to Charleville's

Hotel
Corones

This magnificent building proudly stands in the heart of Charleville,

“a must to visit”.

logo_hotel_trans

Historic Landmark

The Hotel Corones is the most famous historic landmark in Charleville. It is one of the few masonry buildings built in the 1920s and represents the social and economic fabric of those prosperous and pioneering days.

The hotel was the focal point for a bustling 1930s economy, welcoming many famous people, aviators and royal family, and represents a major part of the town’s historic rise to prominence at that time.

Enjoy a tour, along the way your guide will tell tales of Harry Corones.

Free Wi-Fi

Recently Modernised Motel Rooms

WITH NEW BEDS AND AIRCONDITIONING

RESTAURANT, COCKTAIL BAR & BEER GARDEN MEALS

BREAKFAST CAFÉ WITH GREAT COFFEE, WAFFLES AND COUNTRY MEALS & GELATO BAR.

OFF-STREET PARKING

FOR OUR MOTEL GUESTS

Pet friendly Rooms

Available opposite our pet wash facility

What People Are Saying

On our recent trip out west, we had dinner on two occasions here. The staff were really friendly and accommodating. The first night I had the Chicken Schnitzel and on the second night, I had the Barramundi. The Schnitzel was huge and I struggled to eat the meal. The wife had the seafood basket each night and really enjoyed it. The hotel is full of history and is heritage listed, so it has not been renovated, which adds to the charm. Awesome place.
K Mylrea
Holiday | Couple
I stayed five nights in a great room, with ensuite, opening to the huge verandah overlooking the street. I felt completely at home and enjoyed sitting on the verandah and in the bar. The staff are chatty and helpful - there seems to be a policy of employing back packers and locals, which I think contributes to the atmosphere. Seems like a nice place to work. The food is really good and service prompt - I mostly ate in the bar and once in the dining room. The only suggestion I'd make is to arrange the entry lounge differently so that there is a cosy lounge area. I once stayed in the early 90s and the lounge was arranged around the fire place which was nice. And consider paying a bit more and staying in one of the fancy rooms at the back of the hotel. I joined a tour of the hotel by Rachel on my last day, which was great, and completed my stay.
Richard D
Holiday | Single
We absolutely loved the hotel and its warm and welcoming atmosphere. It was a wonderful historical experience which we highly recommend.
Jennifer N
Holiday | Couple