Albany, WA: 2-3 Nights for Two with Bottle of Wine, Late Check-Out and $10 Food Voucher at Six Degrees Albany
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The Hotel: Six Degrees Albany

Nestled in the heart of vibrant Albany, Six Degrees CBD Hotel invites guests to enjoy its urban-style interiors and enjoy the relaxed vibe of the surrounding area. Holidaymakers staying at the place will be close to many shops and restaurants, only a 5-minute walk from Albany Entertainment Centre and a short drive from Middleton Beach. On-site, visitors may enjoy Six Degrees Bar, Food & Laneway Beer Garden open until late hours and serving up an array of drinks and meal options. During the weekends, live music and Fox sports are in the bar.

Guests unwind in a CBD Studio that sleeps up to four people and boasts a kitchen and an en suite bathroom. The room comes equipped with a TV, a toaster, kettle and ironing facilities. It features a simple modern decor and calm colour tones.

Room Details

Shoebox Room

  • Bed size/type: one double bed or twin beds
  • Standard occupancy: two people
  • Maximum occupancy: two people
  • Shared bathroom on the same floor

Harbourview Shoebox Room

  • Bed size/type: one double bed
  • Standard occupancy: two people
  • Maximum occupancy: two people
  • Shared bathroom on the same floor

Motel/Studio Room

  • Bed size/type: one queen bed
  • Standard occupancy: two people
  • Maximum occupancy: two people
  • En-suite bathroom, kitchen facilities, TV

The Area: Albany, WA

Become acquainted with surroundings on an Albany Historic Town Trail, where legs get a casual workout while eyes see historical sites like the old Gaol and Stirling Terrace. Marvel at the jaws of a great white shark at the Residency Museum or step into the oldest dwelling in WA at Patrick Taylor Cottage Museum.

Albany has fantastic beaches for summer, wildflowers in Spring in the neighbouring Porongurup Range and Stirling Ranges National Parks. Whale watching in Winter that is serviced by 3 world class vessels and Mountain Bike tracks that attract Sate downhill events and one of Australia’s only Urban Downhill events. Surrounded by more than 30 wineries this region specialises are riesling and pinot wines and the bubbly isn’t bad either. Albany is the end end point for the famous 100km long Bibbulman Track for walkers and the Munda biddi trail mtb trail for off-ride riders. Albany is your centralised location for pretty much everything Great Southern.

Whale World offers an intriguing look at Albany’s whaling past from its base in the old Cheynes Beach Whaling Station. Closed in 1978, the station is now home to exhibits, skeleton displays, movies and a former whaling ship.

Folks can step even further back in history with a visit to the Brig Amity Replica, the original of which brought Albany’s first settlers to the area in the 1820s. Bush and coastal scenery can be caught with a trip to West Cape Howe National Park or Mt Melville Lookout, while gourmands pick up fresh goods, breads and hams at the Farmers or Boatshed markets.