Hotels in Albany
Five hour's drive south of Perth, Albany is a port city on Western Australia's rugged southern coast.
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Staying at hotels in Albany, visitors can enjoy the city's wild beauty, its dramatic history and its vibrant culture. Taste locally-grown wines, dive to explore the sunken HMAS Perth, spot Humpback whales and explore beautiful National Parks.
ibis Styles Albany (previously all seasons Albany) is the perfect option for visitors looking for hotels in Albany. Guests can choose from a range of well-appointed, modern rooms, including Standard, Superior, Deluxe and Family. The hotel offers guests excellent service, a comfortable and friendly environment, and is ideal for business or leisure travel. The hotel also features a great restaurant, where guests can enjoy a relaxing meal and a glass of locally-produced wine.
Ideally located in the centre of town, ibis Styles Albany is an excellent choice for visitors looking for hotels in Albany to explore the city and its surroundings. The hotel is within easy distance of some of the city's best attractions, including West Cape Howe National Park, Mt Melville Lookout, Whale World and the Amity replica ship.
The city has an intriguing past, filled with stories of convicts, whale hunters and war heroes. Visit the West Australian Museum Albany, Albany Convict Gaol, and the Princess Royal Fortress to discover more about the region's history. To explore the outdoors and discover native wildlife, visit Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, The Gap, or Stirling Range National Park. Try a tipple at the Great Southern Distilling Company, or for a different view, try paragliding to see this spectacular coastline from the skies.
- Western Australia Albany 369 Albany Highway 6330
- Set in the gateway to the spectacular Western Australia south coast, Albany offers the ideal base for visitors wanting to explore the area. ibis Styles Albany is conveniently located in the centre of town, making it perfect for both business and leisure travellers.
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