Comfort Inn on Raglan
Address349 Raglan Parade WarrnamboolSee nearby area
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Just 5 minutes’ drive from Warrnambool Beach, Comfort Inn on Raglan has modern accommodation with free cable TV. This award-winning 4-star motel offers 3 hours of free internet and free access to a local activity centre. It also features an on-site restaurant and room service.
Each room and suite includes a flat-screen TV and iPod docking station. Some feature an in-room spa bath or a kitchenette with a microwave. Daily room service is available for breakfast and dinner.
Enjoy free access to AquaZone Aquatic Leisure Centre, which is 3 minutes’ drive away and includes 4 swimming pools and a fitness centre. For business meetings, Comfort Inn on Raglan offers a conference room with capacity for 20 participants.
Warnambool’s Comfort Inn is 4 minutes’ drive from Gateway Plaza Shopping Centre and 2 minutes’ drive from the town centre. Logan’s Beach is 7 minutes’ drive away and includes whale watching platforms.
Comfort Inn on Raglan is 1 of the few properties in Warrnambool that offers free access to Aqua Zone, the local aquatic and fitness centre. It is the closest accommodation to the Warrnambool Racecourse and to the whale viewing platform in Logans Beach.
Please note that there is a 3.5% non-refundable charge when you pay with an American Express or Diners Club credit card.
Please note the reception hours during Christmas are: Monday to Sunday 8:00-21:00
Restaurant 349 serves dinner Monday to Thursday between 18:30 and 20:30. The restaurant is closed on public holidays.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Breakfast in the room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Free WiFi
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