Customised for your search:

Ararat Hotels

Ararat hotels
Ararat

Best Ararat Hotel Deals

Ararat Motor Inn - Ararat Hotels
AU$120

Ararat Motor Inn

367 Barkly Street, Ararat - Map
 
 
"Great location"
Modern, newly updated. It was a great hotel. I would fully recommend it.
Traveller from Melbourne
Econo Lodge Statesman Ararat - Ararat Hotels

Econo Lodge Statesman Ararat

Western Highway 79 Lambert Street, Ararat - Map
 
 
4.1 out of 5 (160 reviews)
Located a short walking distance to Gum San Heritage Museum with plenty of parking for trailers and trucks. Free voucher for …More

Top Hotels Near Ararat

Diamond House Heritage Restaurant and Motor Inn - Stawell Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Diamond House Heritage Restaurant and Motor Inn

24 Seaby Street, Stawell - Map
 
 
"Comfortable cheap hotel "
Had a very comfortable short stay the room was very clean air conditioner worked great 44degrees outside bed was really good.
Traveller from melbourne
The Grampians Motel & The Views Restaurant - Halls Gap Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Grampians Motel & The Views Restaurant

394-404 Grampians Road, Halls Gap - Map
 
 
"Cosy motel at the foot of the Grampians"
Last minute booking. Staff were so helpful and accomodating. Food at the Views restaurant was delicious. Great view of the Grampians and lots of BBQ and picnic facilities.
Traveller from melbourne
Motel Stawell - Stawell Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Motel Stawell

21 Longfield Street, Stawell - Map
 
 
"Stawell"
I always go to Stawell once a year for a couple of days,so I choose to stay at Motel Stawell because the price is good and nobody bothers you.
Traveller from Melbourne
The Apartment - Moyston Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

The Apartment

1481 Ararat Halls Gap Road, Moyston - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)
Mountain View Motor Inn & Holiday Lodges - Halls Gap Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Mountain View Motor Inn & Holiday Lodges

4236 Ararat-Halls Gap Road, Halls Gap - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel, good views!"
Place was amazing, good views, room was good and staff were awesome! Highly recommended. Cabins are perfect
A Traveller
Magdala Motor Lodge - Stawell Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Magdala Motor Lodge

3149 Western Highway, Stawell - Map
 
 
"Very Hospitable stay"
A group of us stayed here for the first time and we will definitely be back again. Right from the moment we entered reception were we greeted with a friendly face and a great sense of humour. Kate and Dave were fantastic hosts who could not do enough to make sure we were all comfortable. The restaurant food was great as were the friendly staff looking after us during the evening. Rooms were very clean and comfortable Well done guys and we will see you again!
A Traveller
Comfort Inn Goldfields - Stawell Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Comfort Inn Goldfields

Western Highway, Stawell - Map
 
 
"An OK motel on the outskirts of town. "
Not bad for a motel. Bit of a walk into town. Good for an overnight stay.
Traveller from Blackmans Bay, Hobart
Historical gold producing area near Grampians National Park, close to waterfalls and many wildflowers. All rooms have free …More
Hi-way Eight Motor Inn - Stawell Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hi-way Eight Motor Inn

28 Western Highway, Stawell - Map
 
 
"Great place to stay"
We loved everything ,staff very friendly and nice and comfortable room, very good spa and pool also.
Traveller from wollongong

Search from 2 Ararat Hotels


    Why book with Wotif ?

    Accommodation In Ararat

    You may have seen Ararat on TV’s The Biggest Loser, when about 500 locals signed up to tackle the show’s weight loss challenge in early 2014. But squats aren’t the only thing you’ll find in this small Victorian city. Sitting between several mountain ranges, including the Grampians, this town also has fascinating art galleries and museums, rock and roll music festivals, food and wine, and possibly ghosts (more on that below!). If any or all of these things intrigue you, book your Ararat accommodation with us!

    Ararat is unique for several reasons, including being the only Australian town founded by Chinese miners. The miners struck gold here in 1857 on the way to more established fields, leading to a gold rush and a major population swell. In 1857, the town was named after Mt. Ararat, a mountain 10km from the town. In the late 1800s a number of now-heritage listed historical buildings were built. Some of them you can see for yourself today, like the old Ararat Town Hall, which is now the Ararat Regional Art Gallery and Performing Arts Centre.

    Drop into the gallery to see both the permanent collection and the work of local and visiting artists. The gallery is on Barkly Street, where you can check out cafes, shops and buildings with colonial charm. If you love history, make sure you visit the Gum San Chinese Heritage Centre, which is set amongst Chinese gardens and tells the story of the region’s immigrant miners with artifacts and activities like calligraphy and gold panning.

    Visit J Ward Museum, an old hospital for the criminally insane, or put your courage to the test with a ghost tour at Ararat Asylum. Australia’s largest abandoned asylum, it’s a pretty scary place for an after-dark tour of this once self-sustaining village. Venture inside the chapel, the morgue and the operating theatres if you dare.

    Of course, if you’d prefer a good time that won’t cause you nightmares, have dinner at a classy local restaurant or drop into a cellar door. And if you love a good birds-eye view, head just a few kilometres north-west of town to find One Tree Hill Lookout, which has sweeping views of Ararat and its local mountain ranges.

    And who doesn’t love a bit of rock and roll? Ararat’s Jailhouse Rock Festival is one of the longest-running rock festivals in the country, celebrating the 50s and 60s outdoors over a weekend in March with hard-rockin’ bands, vintage cars and retro fashion.

    Ararat is just two hours’ drive from Melbourne, and we also have flights to Melbourne. Find out what makes Ararat so interesting with our range of Ararat hotels. If you miss out on these deals, you really will feel like the biggest loser!

    Image credit Rulesfan under Creative Commons
    Hide