The Imperial Fine Accommodation, Broken Hill, Outback NSW, Australia

Accommodation at The Imperial

The Imperial’s attention to detail in all things is evident in its magnificent rooms and facilities. The high standard of the renovation of this landmark building occurred in consultation with a heritage advisor and expert builders, keeping in mind the needs of the modern traveller.

Also available by prior arrangement:

  • Electric blankets
  • Luggage storage

All rooms have wireless internet connectivity.

Queen Ensuite

Offering six spacious, quiet bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, all rooms have queen-sized beds, quality linen, individual controlled heating and cooling, a television, clock radio, hairdryer, DVD player, easy chairs and writing desk. Each room is individually furnished with a range of antique and period pieces. Extra blankets and pool towels are stored in each room. The use of quality fittings is a feature throughout the building.

Room #1

Room #2

Room #3

Room #4

Room #6

The Grand

The Grand, on the ground floor, has a quiet bedroom (queen-sized bed) with an en suite bathroom and includes quality linen, individual controlled heating and cooling, a television, clock radio, hairdryer, DVD player, easy chairs and writing desk.

The Grand is complemented with larger space, own sitting area, ¾ bath.

2-3 bedroom Apartment

The apartment is ideally suited for travelling groups, families, or people enjoying longer stays and who would like to spread out. The apartment has all the facilities of the en suite bedrooms plus a modern kitchenette (hotplate, dishwasher, microwave), leather lounges, dining area, bathroom (with bath), and direct access to the iconic veranda. The two-bedroom apartment has a king bed bedroom and 2 single beds in the second bedroom, whilst the three-bedroom apartment has the same plus an additional queen en suite room.

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