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Merimbula
25 May — 26 May2
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Low season

October

High season

January

Average price (weeknight)

$168

Average price (weekend night)

$139
Cheapest month to stay with an average 33% drop in price.
Most expensive month to stay with an average 142% rise in price.
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Average Fri. & Sat. price over the last 2 weeks.

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Top tips for finding Merimbula hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Merimbula, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Merimbula in October and November.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Merimbula if you stay on a Thursday. The opposite is true for, Sunday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Merimbula found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was $81, while the most expensive was $713.
  • How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Merimbula for 3 days.
  • Merimbula Main Beach attracts a mix of large and gentle surf waves depending on the weather, and also has a wonderful playground next door for young kids. Stay beachfront at Tween Waters Holiday Park, a campsite with the option of modern cabins. Amenities include a pool, bicycle hire, laundry service and free parking.
  • Families with kids should make a visit to Potoroo Palace Native Animal Sanctuary, a not-for-profit animal sanctuary helping improve the habitats and wellbeing of native animals. You’ll find animals in the sanctuary including echidnas, wombats, potoroos and more. Located in Bega Valley, the sanctuary is about a 5min drive from Top of the Lake Holiday Units, a family-friendly property with views over the lake.
  • Budget travellers should consider a stay at Black Dolphin Resort Motel and Apartments, a 3-star property about 10min walking distance from Main Beach. The modern accommodation is also well connected to nearby shopping and dining areas, and features a pool, tennis court, spa and restaurant.
  • If you’re interested in the arts, look for accommodation near the lovely Boardwalk Art Gallery in Merimbula. Albacore Apartments is an excellent choice on the boardwalk; also by the lake, it features a pool and free parking. A stay here will also place you about 10min walking distance from the Merimbula Imlay Historical Society, a 19th century heritage site with archival photos and artefacts.
  • Couples seeking a romantic getaway should consider a stay at Robyns Nest, about a 10min drive from the city centre. The 4-star boutique guesthouse is quaint and cosy, featuring a pool, tennis court, spa, restaurant, free parking and free airport shuttle.

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Black Dolphin Resort Motel & Apartments7.5/10 ratingout of 5 reviews · $62 avg price/ night
PROS: The shower was good.CONS: It was overpriced for the quality of the room. My partner and I also got bitten multiple times by what we believe to be bed bugs. We will not stay there again.
(Anonymous, 6 Jan. 2020)
Wandarrah Lodge7.3/10 ratingout of 5 reviews · $62 avg price/ night
PROS: This is a well located hostel. However, the description when we booked it made it seem like a hotel which it is decidedly not. The place was very clean and had a well equipped communal kitchen. It was a block and a half from a very nice beach.CONS: Again, the description made us think we were booking at a hotel, not a hostel. We were greeted by a somewhat curt receptionist and handed sheets to make our own bed. We were informed that we needed to strip our own beds on departure and that checkout time was 9:30 which is ridiculous even for Australia. Our room, which was en suite, had no towels, not even a bathmat, and we were told that we could hire them for $2 a day. We were also told that we were not allowed to have any food or beverage in our room at all - no morning coffee, no afternoon glass of wine, nothing - because they had just cleaned the carpet. The room description made it sound like there was a tv in the room. There is indeed a flat screen tv but it was in the common area and was very small. We were comfortable even though there was no heat or air conditioning with the window open but then it was exceptionally noisy with sound carrying from the common areas right into our window. If we were looking for a well located, over priced hostel, we would have been satisfied, but we were looking for the hotel that the website described and this just wasn't it.
(Christina, 7 Mar. 2015)

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