Eimeo Pacific Hotel - Eimeo
Fancy a scrumptious meal and cool drink, in a relaxed and laid back environment while absorbing unforgettable, million-dollar views of the Whitsunday Coast, Brampton, Keswick and St Bees Islands?! Then head straight for the historic Eimeo Pacific Hotel where great hospitality meets unparalleled panoramic scenery.
Steeped in cultural heritage, the Eimeo Pacific Hotel (affectionately known as The Eimeo Pub) has been in the same family for over 70 years! In late 1932 title to the hotel site was transferred to a Mrs Lavinia Walters who constructed a new Eimeo Hotel in 1934. She purchased an old Anglican parish hall and moved it to the site to form an annex. An open-air dance floor and skating rink was built on the property too! In the early 1940s, during World War II, the Eimeo Hotel was occupied by American servicemen on rest and recreation leave from New Guinea.
The present Pacific Hotel on the site dates from 1954 and displays a collection of historical photos for you to admire and enjoy! Still standing today is the dramatic avenue of mango trees delineating the track leading up to the Eimeo.
Facilities for Eimeo Pacific Hotel
- Car park
- Public Toilet
- Shaded Area
- Sheltered Area
- Viewing Platform
Experiences around Eimeo
- Food and Wine