This was a great choice of accommodation which is a relief becuse if it had not been good we would have wished we stopped back at the Ceduna Foreshore Hotel Motel. The rooms here were newly renovated and clean although our traveling partners shower flooded their bathroom and the light in the bathroom intermittently switched off / stopped working.
We drove right past the Eucla Hotel on our return trip and stopped at Border Village. This BP road house and accommodation is located on the South Australian side of the border with Western Australia with the Western Australian quarantine checkpoint meters down the road.
We had a small studio cabin each and were located steps away from the bar and restaurant were we had dinner that night.
Nothing flash but clean and neat this would be our recommendation of accommodation in this area.
We stopped over night at Fraser Range Station on our trip across to Esperance and again on out trip back to Adelaide. We booked and stayed in accommodation called Darby's and had the same 2 both nights.
On our trip over we had dinner prepared by the station the choice that night was Chicken Parmigiana. On the trip back we still had food left over from our time in Esperance so we used the bbq area and prepared our own plus the choice that night was lamb and one of us did not eat lamb..
Esperance Beachfront Resort 19 The Esplanade, Esperance WA 6450 was a great choice for our four night stay in Esperance Western Australia. Our one bedroom apartments with kitchen were great for self catering while it is only a short walk to hotels and restaurants in the town center and along the waterfront. we used the outdoor bbq several mornings for breakfast. Location is also great with the waterfront right across the street out front.
Prior to leaving we booked 2 rooms. We had inquired as to price and were quoted $140 per room and asked for 2 to be reserved. On arrival there were room options they had only one superior room @ the $140.00 and a standard room for $120.00. The person at the reception desk had absolutely no interest in our questions as to the differences so we took one of each.
We had actually booked and paid to stay at a different motel in Ceduna up near the highway but before we checked in we drove down to the waterfront and noticed the Ceduna Foreshore Hotel Motel. We thought that it was a shame we did not book this place then drove back up to our selected motel to check in.
The Augusta Courtyard Motel was our first overnight accommodation stop after leaving Adelaide. The location was great with a pub for dinner almost across the road and an IGA supermarket opposite.
The rooms were clean and ours located at the rear of the complex. There was an outdoor covered area with a bbq for the use of guests. We were satisfied with this choice in accommodation.
We recently flew to Adelaide prior to a road trip from Adelaide in South Australia to Esperance in Western Australia and back. The Atura is a new hotel and can be accessed directly from the Adelaide Airport terminal. The rooms were clean and modern and the rates reasonable. We all had breakfast included in the morning which was good. We would certainly consider using this hotel again, we actually stayed here again the night before our return to Sydney.
We recently flew down to Adelaide in South Australia from Sydney on a Qantas 737 flight number 783. We were flying economy with 2 others and using our Oneworld status we were all able to visit the Qantas Frequent flyer Lounge in Sydney T3 terminal. Qantas Boeing 737 economy seating is 3 abreast so three of us seated together and one other seated across the aisle.
We usually stay at the Rydges right outside the Sydney international T1 terminal but on this occasion decided to try the Quality Hotel CKS Sydney Airport which is a 15 minute walk from T1.
We arrived at the hotel and there was no lift to our room on the first floor so we had to carry luggage up stairs. The room was spacious and clean and as we had a long day we pretty much went straight to sleep for the night.