Novotel Barossa Valley Resort
Novotel Barossa Valley Resort is a restful haven nestled among the vines, an hour from Adelaide. Located adjacent to the 18 hole Tanunda Pines Golf Course and boasting panoramic views across the Barossa Ranges and Jacobs Creek Vineyards, the resort offers 140 well equipped apartments with private balconies, plus an array of leisure facilities including an outdoor pool, a fitness centre, tennis court, an Endota day spa and The Tasting Room, an experiential retail outlet offering daily wine tasting.
- ComfortableOver night stay to have dinner at Hentley Farm. Great room over looking the valley. Bathroom well structured. Microwave and cook top. Comfortable,… friendly staff. Great breakfast. Cooked and continental. Huge variety of food available. Parking available free of charge Will stay again.
- DisappointedWas really looking forward to weekend away amongst the vines & sumptuous food, especially since Harry's restaurant has recently been renovated since our… last visit. The rooms were average, not what you would expect from a 5 star priced resort. Very disappointed by the lack of service, atmosphere & selection on the new evening menu & breakfast was a complete circus!! We ended up walking out & catching a cab into town for a counter meal @ the local pub. All over very disappointing. Would not recommend to any overseas guests, better value, service & selection of local produce at the many local B&B's
- Great place to stayOn arrival we were checked in extremely quickly which was great as we didn't arrive until 10pm. Due to the layout of the hotel we were in one of the rooms… at the very end of which we first thought "oh great" but I would happily stay in these rooms again as it was a pleasant walk in the morning to breakfast.. The view from the room over look the grape vines was relaxing but the chairs on the balcony are not comfy. Our room was really clean and spotless. The only part of the resort that was a let down is the restaurant on Sat night. I must admit, on check in the receptionist warned us to book a table if we want to eat in the restaurant which we tried to do on Saturday afternoon to find it was already booked out.. But the breakfast was fantastic and lots of food to choose from. The resort has 140 rooms but the restaurant probably holds 75-100 people so you can do the maths.. Other than that, we had a great stay and would certainly stay here again.