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324 Wodonga Pl, Albury, New South Wales 2640 Australia
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The Albury Paddlesteamer is ideally located opposite the picturesque surrounds of the Murray River and only a short walk to the centre of Albury. Perfect for both business or leisure trips! If you’re travelling with little ones, the kids will love Oddies Creek playground across the road and our onsite outdoor pool. Our superior yet affordable 4 star rooms feature comfortable beds and quality linen, kitchenettes with microwaves, free WIFI, large flat screen televisions with Foxtel and reverse cycle air conditioning. We have a variety of room options, including extra large Family rooms, Interconnecting rooms and Executive King rooms. There are ample parking facilities, even room for larger vehicles. Let us prepare and deliver your breakfast! After a day exploring the region, our restaurant is the perfect place for a relaxed meal overlooking the pool. Alternatively, we can deliver your meal to your room to suit a quiet night in. Perfect Albury accommodation you won't want to leave!
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Dennis S wrote a review Apr 2022
Campbelltown, Australia265 contributions141 helpful votes
I will start out by saying that I stayed here a few months ago, as a change to our regular large hotel, in response to the government request to support small businesses. We travel to Melbourne from Sydney a few times a year and stop in Albury occasionally to break up the trip if I’ve had to work that day, as was the case on this day (Easter Thursday). At the time, I was very happy with the room, as it was also obvious they’d used the time over the hardest part of Covid to do renovations, so the rooms were very new and well appointed with plenty of room, so I’m being fair not to just jump into this next bit. I’m very much one to plan ahead. Something I’ve done for many years on our overseas and local trips. So planning a stopover in Albury over Easter. I knew I’d have to book early, which I did, 2 months before time using their own booking system, as I am not one to use third party websites unless there is no other option available. I also subsequently contacted them in person (thanks Nic….not) to advise that we would be arriving late and wanted to organise for that, which we subsequently did. I then also contacted them just a few days before to ask if they accepted the Stay NSW vouchers, which they did and requested I email it to them, which I did. So as far as I know, we’re all good, and were looking forward to a nice morning on Albury after our stay. We arrived a little earlier than expected to find the receptionist contending with a disgruntled customer. She asked if she could help me while the other gentleman was using their phone and computer, and I told her I was checking in and gave my name, she then disappeared briefly out the back only to return to announce we are overbooked, sorry. The gentleman on the phone looked up at me and said he’d found another place (amazingly) if I wanted a room. I declined as it was 3 times the price, and I would never pay that much to stay in Albury, but thanked him nonetheless. Now I have stayed in a vast number of hotels both overseas and in Australia, and my daughter also works in the hotel industry, and I can tell you emphatically, that the etiquette in this situation, which has happened to me before, is that the hotel finds you alternative accommodation and pays the difference. But not here! Unbelievably, that was it! Bad luck, see you later! How can a place like this just do that, terribly unprofessional. Left with no other choice after already driving 5 1/2hrs, I instead decided I’m just going to have to continue driving another 4 1/2 hrs to Geelong, and hope I can manage to stay awake and alive. But it doesn’t even end there! On arriving at our final destination, I’d discovered that they had redeemed my Government voucher! I immediately emailed them that I will be reporting that. I then had a very restless sleep as I was so furious. But there’s more! When I finally awoke, I had a notification from my bank. I had also been charged for the room! This prompted a further email. I eventually received a response saying that everything will be refunded, as it should, but no further apology or offer of any type of compensation. This was an inexcusable occurrence, totally unacceptable customer service, and Albury Paddlesteamer, you will not being seeing myself, or any of my acquaintances that I have told this story to if they happen to travel that way in the future. Obviously, not that you care.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
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Jose A wrote a review Apr 2022
Sydney, Australia53 contributions27 helpful votes
1. I get its easter long weekend 2. I understand that accomodation places were going to be fully booked, hence why i pre booked. 3 days prior my wife was looking for accomodation and found this place, however there was no vacancy left on multiple third party booking sites. So my wife called and spoke to 'Nick' who confirmed the websites had a glitch and that there were a number of rooms available. So my wife booked a king room and stated we have the NSW accomodation vouchers. He stated that was fine, we could use them and he would charge my wifes card the remainder and that the room was booked for the 14th. So Thursday afternoon we drive from Sydney 5hrs and get to Albury ay 7.40pm. We pull into the motel and there are a number of cars idiling in the driveway. My wife got out and approached the foyer where she spoke with Maryanne. My wife was informed that," all our guest have checked in, we have no morr rooms". She also mentioned that they had over booked by four rooms as there is a delay when third party websites book as well as them doing direct bookings. So after travelling 5hrs we had no where to stay. We rang around Albury and Wodonga with no vacancy anywhere. I understand these things happen, however they could have checked their booking system and seen they had already over booked earlier that day. Which meant they could have contacted customers affected by the overbooking. Instead they waited until families went to check in. We were lucky we were only a couple and i drive for living and travelled another 2hrs 40mins to source accomodation in Wallan. Had they contacted us earlier we would have made alternative arrangements. So as far as excuses go there is no none. You cannot use, "oh its easter, ohhh itd covid you know". Also i understand that businesses were affected during covid restrictions etc and peolpe are starting to get out and about again but this has just made a negative impact on me and my wife travelling around NSW until people learn to get there s@#t together, you have had two and a half years. 🤔🙄. Enough said.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled
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Anne R wrote a review Mar 2022
Wollongong, Australia6 contributions
This was our second stay here and we booked an executive king room, which was newly refurbished, clean and fresh. The bed was super comfortable and the kitchenette had everything you need for an overnight stay. Highly recommended.
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Date of stay: March 2022
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C... wrote a review Mar 2022
Seymour, Australia40914 contributions2145 helpful votes
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It was a business decision that led our choice to stay here... a co-worker and I stayed for one night only. The motel is quite a beautiful building - easy car parking spaces- lovely pool area- outdoor seating- established garden. Service at reception was exceptional... the gent even helped me when I had forgotten my phone charger ensuring I could charge my phones that evening. Breakfast was not an option here ( unless you ordered to your room)... and the restaurant was also closed. They, like other businesses, are struggling to get staff... in this case, they are missing a chef. I felt like home when I spotted a couple of bengals at the location... I found it odd that they were residing in a motel because bengals are not known for being friendly cats. However, they are stunning to look at. The only let down for this motel is that the rooms could do with a refurbishment. The mattresses are a little firm and the linen is dated. I did get a good night's sleep, but I woke sore from the firm mattress.
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Tez823 wrote a review Mar 2022
New South Wales, Australia4616 contributions315 helpful votes
Completely updated older style motel with fresh paint, floor coverings and linens. Small kitchenette in room handy for families. River and park across the road although a bit of a walk to restaurants and shopping. Very welcoming host and resident cat. Back rooms very quiet. Plenty of parking for larger vehicles or trailers. Disappointed restaurant was still closed due to Covid.
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Date of stay: March 2022
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PRICE RANGE
USD 69 - USD 101 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
EconoLodge Albury Paddlesteamer
LOCATION
AustraliaNew South WalesAlbury
NUMBER OF ROOMS
60
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Frequently Asked Questions about Albury Paddlesteamer
Which popular attractions are close to Albury Paddlesteamer?
Nearby attractions include Noreuil Park (0.9 km), Albury Botanic Garden (0.7 km), and Lake Hume (0.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Albury Paddlesteamer?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Albury Paddlesteamer?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Albury Paddlesteamer?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and complimentary tea during their stay.
Is parking available at Albury Paddlesteamer?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Albury Paddlesteamer?
Conveniently located restaurants include Mr. Benedict, Indian Chimney, and La Maison Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Albury Paddlesteamer?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Albury Paddlesteamer?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Albury Town Hall (1.1 km) and Albury Showgrounds (3.3 km).
Is Albury Paddlesteamer accessible?
Yes, it offers reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.