This property accommodated all the needs that we required. It was perfect for 2 x 80+ year old grandparents and 2 x 50+ parents visiting Wagga to watch grandson/son march out of the Army. The location was excellent - No car required to go to the shops.
The property was in a good location a short walk to the Main Street and shopping areas. Our room was the Classic, with a queen bed and a single bed. It was very very clean, and I was impressed. We were able to park our large SUV easily. Loved the little complimentary breakfast bag containing: cereal, ...
Great location, great information given to get to property, ease of access, the apartment was clean and more spacious than we expected. Heating/Cooling in both bedrooms and living area. Only real complaint would be only one roll of toilet paper left for 2 nights for 4 people.
The rooms were very quiet and well equipped. We also liked being so close to the river - could just go out the back gate and have a lovely walk in the evening.
Great apartment, great service ,...................
Lack of parking close to the room. Had to walk in the rain with bags etc. A/C in the main living area didnt heat, but was fixed the next day. Asked for a second blanket but it didnt arrive.
The view to the car park meant that the blind had to be closed for any privacy (the cars parked 40 cm outside the window). Breakfast was woefully understaffed and the buffet was minimal..otherwise fairly normal facility
Many visitors stop in at National Glass Art Gallery each year.
Have you always wanted to visit Canberra? If you've got enough time, you might just be able to do both. The attraction is to be found in Wagga Wagga, just 160 kilometres from the country's capital.
To be located within an easy commute of National Glass Art Gallery, stay at one of the 27 nearby accommodations. Popular ones include the Best Western Plus Charles Sturt Suites & Apartments (0.7 kilometres), the Quest Wagga Wagga (0.7 kilometres) and the Best Western Ambassador Inn (2 kilometres).
Do you want to spoil yourself? Then indulge and select one of the several top-notch hotels in the immediate area. You won't regret staying at the Mercure Wagga Wagga or the Townhouse Hotel, 0.8 kilometres and 0.8 kilometres away, respectively.
Coffee aficionados in need of a fix will like The Coffee Club (87 Baylis Street, Wagga Wagga), only 0.6 kilometres from National Glass Art Gallery. Or are you after something more substantial? Relax, only 0.9 kilometres away is Victoria Hotel. You'll find it at 55 Baylis Street, Wagga Wagga.
If you're using the metro system to get to National Glass Art Gallery, hop off at Wagga Wagga, the nearest station. It's a kilometre away. Simple!
Hotels in National Glass Art Gallery start at AU$99 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.