Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa

P.O. Box 1544, Cable Beach, Broome, Western Australia, 6725, Australia
(4.5 star hotel)
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Loved our room.

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 7, 2007

CABLE BEACH RESORT – BROOME

Cable Beach Resort is situated approx 10 minute from Broome Airport at Cable Beach. We had a free shuttle bus that picked us up at the airport which was terrific and took us directly to the hotel.

On arrival we were given complementary glass of champagne and our check in was fast and efficient. Our room 156 or bungalow was absolutely gorgeous, decorated in a distinctively Bali style with lovely wooden floors and timber shutters on all the windows. Our bungalow consisted of a spacious lounge room with modern furniture and supplied with a large TV and CD player. Our bedroom consisted of a four posted double bed pleasantly decorated with Asian bright coloured pillows.

The open style kitchen was small and neat with a mini bar, microwave, fridge, glasses and cutlery. Beside the kitchen was a small dining table and chairs which lead into an open corridor that had another dining table and some other elegant furniture. The bathroom was absolutely divine with a separate toilet and a large two people shower and two separate vanity units.

The outside area was the best as it was completely private with a veranda that led onto a small courtyard with an outside spa and shower. There were also two deck chairs for sunbaking and an outdoor table setting. Very romantic!

The other fabulous thing about our bungalow was that it had three air conditioners which were absolutely heavenly when it was 40 degrees outside. We loved our bungalow so much that we measured it up so we could design our own for a future holiday home.

The resort itself is large and accommodating with three restaurants and two swimming pools and tennis courts. The pools could do with a major revamp and modernising. The gardens around the resort are lovely; we found the staff to be very friendly and accommodating to our needs.

The best thing about this hotel is the awesome sunsets you can watch whilst having a glass of wine at the oceanfront restaurant….truly beautiful.

Unique Quality: PROS: The private bungalows are fantastic and so private. The fine dining restaurant is terrific but dark we couldn’t read the menu. Watching the sunsets magical. Looking at other accommodation in the area The Cable Beach Resort looked the best.

CONS: Swimming pools very ordinary, especially since we couldn’t swim in the ocean due to stingers. My husband left his size 13 shoes behind in the room when we checked out. We rang numerous times to see whether they found them and they said no…we know we left those in the room...Don’t bother with the town markets; I found them to be very ordinary accept the Aboriginal artist displaying her wonderful work... (I kick myself for not buying one) as I read later she is rather famous.

Recommendation: Yes, especially if you have the private bungalow. Other rooms looked ordinary compared to ours but again I suppose that’s what you pay for.

What to Do: Take a camel ride up the beach to watch the sunset. Costs $45.00 for 60 minutes.
Take the local bus into town and check out the pearls…but bring your credit card.
Take the Broome Top Deck Tour this three hour tour will take you through Cable Beach, Broome Town Centre, Gantheaume Point and the Port. Costs: $55.00
Take a scenic flight to the Buccaneer Archipelago or The Kimberley’s. For more details on flights ----. Broome is a very small country town with a shanty appeal; almost all of the buildings are built from iron, so don’t expect a large one, it can be seen by just walking down two streets.

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Five star - the only place to stay

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 24, 2005

The Cable Beach Club Resort Hotel, is the 5 star place to stay in Broome. Situated right opp. Cable Beach. What an experience ! We were collected by the Resort in their air-conditioned Toyota Coaster Bus from Broome Airport and taken directly to the hotel - 5kms from Broome township/airport. On arrival while waiting to check-in, Champayne - sorry to the french, Australian sparkling white wine was served to every guest. The Resort has various levels of accommodation, we chose one of the more expensive, an Ocean View Studio - great view of Cable Beach. The resort has 2 pools, one is a family pool, the other adults only. There are 4 restaurants on site, and 4 bars.

Unique Quality: The Resort has beautiful lush tropical gardens, with many water features, and plenty of quiet corners where you can have a quiet read or quiet drink or two, with that someone special. Breakfast is served at the Sunset Bar & cafe (within the Resort complex), which overlooks Cable Beach, what a way to start every day. We dined at this restaurant and also the "Asian Affair" restaurant, food was brilliant. The Sunset Bar & Cafe is the place to watch the sun set over Cable Beach, half of all Broome visitors seem to head there from 5pm on to take in the view.

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Address: P.O. Box 1544, Cable Beach, Broome, Western Australia, 6725, Australia

Amenities at Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Free Parking
  • Kids Activities
  • Shuttle Service
  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Kitchenette
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge

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