Front desk very welcoming. Room exceeded expectations. Our room was on the top floor (6) with a room top terrace that had a bbq and pizza oven plus outdoor setting and lounge chairs (it was big space). Views across the bay with undercover and full sun area.
Inside lounge, dining and open kitchen area with another outdoor setting on roomy undercover balcony. The kitchen utensils, crockery, glasses and cookware were plentiful and of good quality. We could not here any noise form other rooms or hallways so very quiet and private.
The Ocean restaurant at the front of the Allegra had great food and wine and atmosphere for diner or afternoon drink looking across to bay one side or the hotel pool from the other. Easy and nice walk to Urangan pier and Torquay shops in the other direction. Other great eating included Eat and Aqua for Breakfast and lunch or Badger burgers for lunch and dinner. Also ate at Tapas Cafe food and service was good not great but relaxed and enjoyable in quirky setting.
The hotel was immaculate and well presented. The staff were very friendly and had great knowledge of the area. My only suggestion would be better block out blinds if outside lights are going to be left on all night.
Good location at the harbour, for departure tours for whale watching adventures. Secure free car parking. We had a 1 br apartment which had a private balcony overlooking the harbor. only down size, was that the bathroom/laundry was a little on the small side. the laundry trough was difficult to access for hand washing. Also the mirror was not centred over the vanity, which made things a bit awkward
Overall, clean, value for money. Would recommend to anyone.
Traveller from Adelaide
Cot/crib $ 30 per stay upto 7 days.Serendipity spa retreat is now open & is conveniently located within the complex. Mantra …More
Stayed in a budget room so didn't expect much. Surprisingly spacey. Cheap TV. Strange bathroom layout (needed to look sideways to shave in a mirror). Shower a bit short, but pressure good enough.
Houseservice only refreshed towels, didn't turn down beds, but like I said room was quite cheap and good enough for that price.
Staff very friendly and helpful in finding out information regards to tours and activities in Hervey Bay.
Stay in our Hervey Bay accommodation and explore this scenic coastal town. Fish off the 70 year old Urangan Pier, feed the lorikeets at the Botanical Gardens, shop at the Sunday arts and crafts markets, dive in the bay amongst coral reefs and ship wrecks, soak in art at the Natural Impressions Art Gallery or the Regional Art Gallery in Pialba, feed the pelicans on the Esplanade, or hire a boat and explore the disused graves and lighthouse in Woody Island National Park, which is half way between Urangan and Fraser Island.
While staying in our Hervey Bay accommodation, visit some of the local attractions including: Vic Hislop's Shark Show, Neptune's Coral Cave Aquarium, the Hervey Bay Historical Museum, Australia's first Immigration and Family Wall of Honour, restored colonial homes, shell display and wildlife park.
Stay in our Hervey Bay accommodation between August and October and watch humpback whales migrate along the coast. Or use our Hervey Bay accommodation as a base from which to explore World Heritage Listed Fraser Island – the largest sand island in the world.
While staying in our Hervey Bay accommodation, there are a number of memorials in the area worth visiting. At Point Vernon there is a Memorial to the Kanakas who were brought to Australia as conscripted labour, virtually slaves, from 1863-1906. Dayman Point not only features stunning views of the Great Sandy Strait, but also has memorials to early explorers Joseph Dayman and Matthew Flinders, and to the men of "Z" force who trained on Fraser Island for a daring WWII operation in Singapore. At Urangan there is monument dedicated to the Korrawinga Aboriginal people of the Hervey Bay and Fraser Island area.