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Why You Should Stay In A Hotel When Visiting Australia

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Vacations in Australia provide plenty of sources of entertainment, from major cities and landmarks to natural wonders. Every successful vacation requires you to stay somewhere that helps you relax on your down time and feel safe, especially if you’ve never been to Australia before.

While Airbnb, VRBO, and similar services make it easy to find cheap and unique places to stay, there are certain luxuries that only hotels can provide, and they’re worth the extra bucks. Here are a few to remember so that you spend your visit to the Great Down Under at the right place.

Safety

It’s easy to be scammed by people advertising vacation rentals online because of the pleasant scenery they add to the photos. You might think from the descriptions and pictures that you’ll be staying in a resort-like location at a low price, but until you’re there, you don’t have exact proof. The low cost may also be associated with the spot being in a bad neighborhood, which isn’t helpful if you’ve never been to that location before.

Reputable hotels solve this issue with all their extra security. Despite costing a bit more than a house you found on VRBO, the security systems and personnel that come with a bigger brand ensure that you can sleep easy. If you want to be certain when you book, you can research the motels for sale in Australia to learn more about their security measures.

No extra cost for faulty amenities

If you’ve never had a problem with the kitchen sink or washing machines at your vacation rental, it will surely happen on a future adventure. No equipment is perfect, and any refrigerator or microwave in your room can experience problems at the wrong time. Staying at someone’s home for a weekend from an ad you found on Craigslist may mean that you’ll have to pay for a toaster that wasn’t working or a broken glass that fell accidently.

That can be avoided if you stay at a hotel, as amenities are free at these spots. If something stops working in your room, the staff will be more than willing to replace it without charging you extra for it. They know that you’re trying to escape stress, not welcome new sources of it. Visitors to Australia can count on hotels having an understanding staff available to help.


Added meals

Being able to make your own breakfast when you get up in the morning is nice, but imagine if you had a filling meal prepared for you before you woke up. That’s a common perk with hotels, as a majority of them come with breakfasts and lunches served in their cafeterias. These meals come with bacon, eggs, waffles, sausage, pancakes, fruits, and muffins that would take a little while to make yourself and delay your plans for the rest of the day.

Some hotels even include well-known restaurants so you don’t have to travel around town searching for the right dinner for you. Whether you’re staying for a family vacation in Sydney or to attend corporate functions in Brisbane, you’ll be able to choose from steakhouses, sushi bars, Italian restaurants, and other places to keep everyone satisfied.

Proximity to fun spots

The biggest brands in the hotel industry know how tourists can have a hard time getting around town in search of sites to see and activities to take part in. The best ones make it as easy as possible to get to different sources of fun. Australia is not short on such hotels, and some are best reserved for ocean lovers by being within walking distance from the beach or a short drive to the Great Barrier Reef.

You may want to spend your time off in Melbourne touring through museums and art galleries. In that case, there are plenty of hotels in the city center so you can get to your destinations within minutes. If you’ve tried all of the restaurants inside the hotel, being in this type of location also gives you easy access to different restaurants in the heart of downtown.

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3 Replies to “Why You Should Stay In A Hotel When Visiting Australia”

  1. Dana Rodriguez says:

    I would love to visit Australia. These are very good points in this post. I think I would rather stay in a hotel anyway!

  2. Tamra Phelps says:

    I definitely have Australia on my bucket list. Probably, I would go for a hotel, too. Sounds fun to me.

  3. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    I would love to visit Australia. I heard it is beautiful and so many things to do and see. Thank you so much for this great information

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