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Best Western Albany Motel & Apartments - Albany Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Best Western Albany Motel & Apartments

Cnr Frederick Street and Spencer Street, Albany - Map
"Park you car and walk."
We stayed here several times before. The place has since been extensively renovated. The is no in house catering but vouchers for discounted breakfasts are provided for several good cafes nearby. It is easy to walk to the CBD where there are good restaurants. The entertainment is an easy walk also. Some rooms have views of the bay.
Traveller from Perth Western Australia
Boasting the best location and views in town, the BEST WESTERN Albany Motel & Apartments offers spacious comfortable …More
Dolphin Lodge - Albany Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Dolphin Lodge

32 Adelaide Cresent, Albany - Map
"Perfect venue for our stay"
This was our first visit to Albany. It was a pleasure to be greeted by Chris, with a hassle-free check-in and a friendly approach for newcomers to the town. Thank you so much for your warm welcome, comprehensive suite of facilities, and in a very picturesque spot.
Traveller from Perth
Banksia Gardens Resort Motel - Albany Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Banksia Gardens Resort Motel

212 Albany Highway, Albany - Map
"Home away from home"
Pleasant experience, really enjoyed my stay and Staff were very friendly
Traveller from Perth WA
Banksia Gardens Resort Motel, offering luxurious serviced apartments, is conveniently located close to Albany city centre …More
Country Comfort Amity Motel - Albany Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Country Comfort Amity Motel

234 Albany Highway, Albany - Map
"Affordable easy to locate and central to Albany"
This motel has improved by %500 since my last stay.
Traveller from perth
ibis Styles Albany - Albany Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

ibis Styles Albany

369 Albany Highway, Albany - Map
Clean comfortable room with excellent meals served in the restaurant.
Traveller from Lake King
Located in the centre of town, all seasons Albany is the gateway to the spectacular Western Australia south coast. A five …More
Comfort Inn Albany - Albany Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Comfort Inn Albany

191 Albany Highway, Albany - Map
"Nice view over Albany."
Excellent food, staff very nice & welcoming on arrival.
Traveller from Perth WA, Aus
Albany Foreshore Guest House - Albany Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Albany Foreshore Guest House

86 Stirling Terrace, Albany - Map
"Quirky with a charm all it's own"
The thing that hits you immediately when you walk in is the cameras - LOTS of cameras - and then the art work - LOTS of classical reproductions, with information about the painter, the pictures and the history surrounding them. Think of this as a visit to an eccentric old aunt's place and you're in the right head space. It is old, quaint and historic and while the facilities are not the most modern, the staff are attentive, helpful and available at all times. Very convenient and very good value for the price.
Traveller from Perth
Ace Motor Inn - Albany Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Ace Motor Inn

314 Albany Highway, Albany - Map
"Excellent motel"
This motel was really cheap, very clean, comfortable and nicely furnished.
Traveller from WA
Balneaire Seaside Resort - Albany Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Balneaire Seaside Resort

27 Adelaide Crescent, Albany - Map
"Stunning French Village Style!"
Abosultely cute and cosy little French style village at Middleton Beach Albany. Very clean and comfortable.
Traveller from Bunbury WA
Albany Apartments - Albany Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Albany Apartments

278 Albany Highway, Albany - Map
"Great 2 bed apartment"
Went to Albany for the weekend and stayed in this 2 bed apartment. It was really a great size, the bedrooms were big, there were 2 bathrooms and one of the bathrooms had a spa bath. You certainly didn't feel cramped in there. Heather the owner was very welcoming turning the heater on for us before our arrival. It is situated next to the Albany Highway and the traffic didn't bother us, but some may wish to take this into consideration. It is also a short drive from everything ( the shops / beach etc). I really enjoyed my stay here with my family and I would definately stay here again.
Traveller from alice Springs
If you are looking for a private, independent and comfortable alternative to hotel living, then a stay at the Albany …More

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    Pocket Guide: Albany

    Albany was the first town in Western Australia to be settled by Europeans, and to this day, this port town retains its ties with history. The sixth biggest city in the state, it’s 408km from Perth and a popular destination for those looking for uncrowded beaches and local heritage. Once you’re here it’s the perfect starting point for you to explore the rest of the Great Southern region, so save by booking your Albany accommodation with us!

    The central business area is a great place to begin your stay. York Street is a hub of activity featuring fashion boutiques, book stores, gift shops and much more. Grab a steak, a slice of pizza or a coffee in one of the nearby restaurants and cafes. For a touch of history right in the heart of town, The Albany Old Convict Gaol Museum is only a short walk away. Pay a visit to the eerie empty cells where prisoners once slept. Also close to the city is Brig Amity, a life-size replica of the ship that carried the first convicts to Albany. You can catch a glimpse into Albany’s whaling history 20 minutes outside the city at Whale World, a former whaling station turned audio-visual experience with exhibits such as the Giants of the Sea whale skeleton display.

    There are also plenty of opportunities to discover Albany’s local artistic culture. The Vancouver Arts Centre, housed in the former Albany Cottage Hospital, is dedicated to showcasing all forms of art within the community and is always hosting a unique exhibition or workshop. When you feel like a night out, Albany Entertainment Centre is an extravagant 618-seat venue on the shore of Princess Royal Harbour that hosts concerts, live comedy, theatre and more.

    Interested in getting back to nature? Torndirrup National Park, between Albany and the Torndirrup Peninsula, features some of the most striking sights in the Rainbow Coast region. On the coastline you can witness just how ferocious The Great Southern Ocean can be, with features like the giant boulder that was tossed up on Cable Beach by the waves and the naturally carved granite channel of The Gap. Walk to the Albany Wind Farm, one of the country’s biggest wind farms, to see 12 towering eco-friendly turbines up close. The Great Southern Region is a large and exciting place to explore, so book your Albany hotel with us to begin your journey through this unique part of Western Australia!

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