A beautiful location and a great dining room space. Let down by average fare. The gnochhi was good, but the fish and ships consisted of two very small pieces of flathead tails and a mound of chips. A bit much(or little) at $25. The views saved otherwise underwhelming service.
Loved our stay here. We stayed in one of the Mia Mia 2 bedroom units. Our views were beautiful looking at trees. Blinds totally blocked out light in the bedrooms so great sleep. Kitchen had all you needed. Very clean staff pleasant and helpful. The resort is following the Covid guidelines. You do currently have to book a place for the pool or games room but that’s fine. Gym currently closed. Loved the walk around the resort later in the day when the kangaroos came out.
Perfect for an extended family gathering. We had family members staying in hotel rooms, 2 and 3 bedroom villas and the caravan park; a unique facility to cater for all needs and budgets. We used the camp kitchen for our main event and there was plenty to do for the various family groups during the day. Great views, walks around the property, service and amazing wildlife. We saw kangaroos, a wombat, a koala and a snake!
My wife and I had a two-night stay in a Casuarina Villa overlooking the ocean. We shared the villa with our friends, two other couples and all had a great time in this very spacious accommodation. It was very clean and well-appointed throughout. Each bedroom had it's own bathroom which was good for us older couples. We cooked our own meals but used the good restaurant for our last morning breakfast. A very good selection of food was available, hot and fresh.
The caravan park provided large concrete slabs with grass alongside. Very neat and tidy. Ablution blocks were very clean thruout, a credit to cleaners! Plenty of bins and dump Point. Use of indoor pool and games areas. Perfect wedding ceremony and reception venue.
Looks like things are getting back to normality after COVID, which is really nice to see and experience. The staff were all very friendly and the rooms (we had a sea-view) were really clean and comfortable. Would definitely come back in the summer and warmer months. Buffet breakfast at the Radius Restaurant is finally back on the agenda. Overall excellent resort.
I went back last weekend with my carer for the first time after COVID.. On the arrival, the staff were great. I booked a meeting room a week ago that I need to be on zoom and they placed it for me on that weekend. On the following day, one of the staff told me that I unable use the room. In the end, My carer talked to the manager on that weekend to check the booing. As a person with a disability and a long time member of RACV,, I feel like..
Enjoyed staying as a large group - our first time at RACV Inverloch - great rooms set amongst the bush, perfect function & dining rooms. Always guaranteed of a high standard. Highly recommend ........
We had a lovely premium ocean view room which was well appointed and comfortable. The view is just gorgeous and during the warmer months I can imagine spending long hours on the deck, looking at the ocean. Radius Restaurant had good food, although a slightly limited menu. Good wine list. The staff were very friendly and we would like to particularly note Amelia who went out of her way to assist us, was friendly and very efficient.
Stayed for 2 nights. Booking online was easy. First time at this RACV Resort. Parking is free, noticed two electric charger spots for cars. Service was excellent and very friendly. Hotel room located in a lovely quiet setting, room was perfect, included microwave, kettle, hairdryer, safe and TV with access to Foxtel. The view was beautiful from balcony. Restaurant was quiet, friendly and great view. Food was so yummy and fresh. Breakfast in the morning was great, received easter eggs and their were hot cross buns. We also ordered room service the second night, quick and food tasty. We didn't use tennis courts or pool. There was plenty of flat paths, so one could use pram, wheel chair and I saw a woman easily walking around with two crutches. One can also use an electric wheelchair provided by the hotel. Because the area is known for Dinosaur fosils, there was information for kids about dinosaurs and a little art display in the foyer. Below the resort is a wetland, which is peaceful and lovely to walk around. It provides information on how the local Aboriginals used the area in the past. There is a path, that one can walk straight to the beach. One needs to cross the main road, to reach the beach. The only negative, is one can hear the traffic on the main road from the balcony, but NOT from inside the hotel room. This is to be expected if a hotel is located on the coast road and it's Easter. We will go back to the Inverloch Resort.…