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Top tips for finding the perfect Mornington Peninsula hotel
The Mornington Peninsula is a golfer’s delight, with dozens of golf courses in the region. To have a golf course on your doorstep, consider staying at one of the resorts connected to the courses. Fairways Resort will place you right next to Rosebud Country Club, while Peppers Moonah Links Resort will place you basically as close as you can stay to the green expanse of Moonah Links Golf Club.
For a cheap stay around the Mornington Peninsula, consider one of the region’s many caravan parks and campgrounds. Spots like Kanasta Caravan Park and Mornington Peninsula Retro Caravans offer budget-friendly cabins with access to fun extras like a pool table, games room and spa.
If you’d like to be close to Port Phillip Bay Coastal Reserve, consider staying at a Portsea hotel or resort like Portsea Village Resort. Here, you can also enjoy complimentary breakfasts, a pool, spa, a fitness centre and more.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Mornington Peninsula
Hotels are safe environments for travellers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Mornington Peninsula.
Based on KAYAK hotel searches, the most popular destination is Melbourne (88% of total searches to Mornington Peninsula). The next most popular destinations are Mount Martha (12%) and Rosebud (0%). Searches for hotels in Mornington (0%) are also popular.
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Mornington Peninsula for as cheap as $60 (Melbourne) in the last 3 days. The average price is $421.
In the last 72 hours, users have found Mornington Peninsula hotels for tonight for as low as $87 (Melbourne). Users have also found 3-star hotels from $134 (Melbourne) and 4-star+ hotels from $153 (Melbourne).
If you are looking for luxury on your trip to the Mornington Peninsula, you’ll appreciate the region’s five-star accommodation options. For resort-style living, with pools, a fitness centre, spa and wellness centre, restaurant, bar and more, consider RACV Cape Schanck Resort. If you would prefer to have your own private space, consider a luxury holiday home like Frogs Pond. Here, you can enjoy a private pool and tennis court plus other five-star features.
You’ll have endless options for pet-friendly places to stay in the Mornington Peninsula. However, if you’re bringing your dog along on the trip, you may wish to focus your search on the town of Mornington, as this area features an abundance of dog parks. Stays like Bangalow - Mornington and Beleura by the Beach will place you close to the Fosters Beach Dog Off-Leash Area, Pine Avenue Reserve Fenced Dog Park and other great areas where your dog can run free.
There are plenty of resorts and hotels around the Mornington Peninsula that offer great features for families with kids. The Mornington Hotel, for example, offers spacious family rooms, kids’ meals and an indoor play area. Families wishing to visit Karrawingi Park and Devilbend Natural Features Reserve may prefer to stay at Woodman Estate, where you can enjoy kids’ meals, babysitting services and on-site watersports activities.
You have plenty of options for staying right on the beach in the Mornington Peninsula. If you’d like to have the calm waters of Port Phillip Bay at your doorstep, consider staying in spots like Rye, Rosebud or Portsea. The Rye Hotel, for example, will place you right on the beach, with an outdoor pool, spa and wellness centre and on-site restaurant. If you’d like to face out onto Bass Strait, consider staying in spots like Oceanic Apartments Sorrento or Doesntmatta House, at St Andrews Beach.
Where to stay in Mornington Peninsula?
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