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Mercure Bendigo Schaller, hotel in Bendigo

Mercure Bendigo Schaller

Hotel in Bendigo

Located just a 15-minute walk from the restaurants, shopping and art precinct of Bendigo, Schaller Hotel Bendigo offers free WiFi and an on-site cafe and bar.

7.9
Good
2,075 reviews
Price from$110.64per night
All Seasons Resort Hotel Bendigo, hotel in Bendigo

All Seasons Resort Hotel Bendigo

Hotel in Bendigo

Featuring an indoor pool and a spa, All Seasons Resort Hotel Bendigo offers relaxing stays in elegant rooms with flat-screen TVs. It provides free parking and has a bistro and barbecue facilities.

8.7
Excellent
2,082 reviews
Price from$107.41per night
The Hotel Shamrock, hotel in Bendigo

The Hotel Shamrock

Hotel in Bendigo

Housed in a historical Victorian Building built in 1854, The Hotel Shamrock features a variety of on-site dining venues.

7.9
Good
1,158 reviews
Price from$100.16per night
Quality Hotel Lakeside, hotel in Bendigo

Quality Hotel Lakeside

Hotel in Bendigo

Located opposite Lake Weeroona, Quality Hotel Lakeside offers an outdoor swimming pool. Guests enjoy free WiFi and can enjoy a meal at the onsite bar and restaurant.

8.2
Very Good
2,297 reviews
Price from$150.57per night
Quality Inn Colonial, hotel in Bendigo

Quality Inn Colonial

Hotel in Bendigo

Featuring an indoor pool, a hot tub and a cocktail bar, Quality Inn Colonial is just 5 minutes’ drive from Bendigo Stadium. A flat-screen TV with cable channels is standard in all rooms.

8.1
Very Good
397 reviews
Price from$87.79per night
Hotel Ernest Bendigo, hotel in Bendigo

Hotel Ernest Bendigo

Hotel in Bendigo

Located in Bendigo, a 15-minute walk from Bendigo Train Station, Hotel Ernest Bendigo provides accommodations with a garden, free private parking and a shared lounge.

9.2
Wonderful
264 reviews
Price from$207.98per night
BENDIGO BOTANIC MOTEL- with KING BEDS-REFURBISHED 2022, hotel in Bendigo

BENDIGO BOTANIC MOTEL- with KING BEDS-REFURBISHED 2022

Hotel in Bendigo

Located in Bendigo, 1.7 miles from Bendigo Train Station, BENDIGO BOTANIC MOTEL- with KING BEDS-REFURBISHED 2022 provides accommodations with a garden, free private parking and a terrace.

7.4
Good
183 reviews
Price from$110.90per night
Quest Bendigo Central, hotel in Bendigo

Quest Bendigo Central

Bendigo

Boasting free internet connection, Quest Bendigo Central offers serviced apartment accommodations, just a 10-minute walk from Bendigo city center.

8.0
Very Good
1,319 reviews
Price from$136.82per night
National Hotel Complex Bendigo, hotel in Bendigo

National Hotel Complex Bendigo

Bendigo

Featuring a hot tub and a heated swimming pool, National Hotel Motel Bendigo is just a 5-minute drive from the center of Bendigo. You can dine on-site at the bistro and bar.

8.4
Very Good
1,567 reviews
Price from$97.54per night
Best Western Cathedral Motor Inn, hotel in Bendigo

Best Western Cathedral Motor Inn

Bendigo

Conveniently located within walking distance to the Arts precinct and downtown Bendigo is the Best Western Cathedral Motor Inn offering an array of accommodations options for leisure and corporate...

8.5
Very Good
1,357 reviews
Price from$110.64per night
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About Bendigo

Bendigo, Australia, is a vibrant city known for its sunny, Mediterranean-like climate. With temperatures averaging 86°F in the summer and 59°F in the winter, it offers a comfortable environment year-round.

The city is a haven for art and history enthusiasts, boasting attractions like the Bendigo Art Gallery and the Central Deborah Gold Mine. Getting around is easy with the Bendigo Tramways, or you can explore the city on foot or by car.

Immerse yourself in the local culture by attending the Bendigo Easter Festival, the city's most significant annual event. Don't miss out on trying the local cuisine, including the Aussie meat pie, a hand-sized pie filled with minced meat and gravy. The surrounding region offers stunning natural beauty, with the Greater Bendigo National Park just a short drive away.

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What Guests Said About Bendigo:

  • 10

    Staff were extremely friendly.

    Staff were extremely friendly. Meals in Restaurant were lovely and I thought they were very reasonably priced. It is directly across the road from talking tram and Deborah Goldmine. Very good bakery close walking distance and a Coles Express beside it. A little bit far from centre of things. Also I would have liked room cleaned during our 5 night stay. But we were allowed to ask for fresh towels from reception, when we needed them. All in all we enjoyed our stay but would probably get a bigger family room if possible.
    Suzanne
    Australia
  • 10

    Bendigo may only be the fourth largest city in Victoria (...

    Bendigo may only be the fourth largest city in Victoria (behind Geelong and Ballarat) but it punches way above its weight for charm, history, architecture, fine dining and just plain fun. There's always lots to see and do but whenever Bendigo puts on a special event - like the Agricultural Show, or the Easter Festival, it's always spectacular.
    Dallas
  • 10

    Wonderful historical town with lots to do and see.

    Wonderful historical town with lots to do and see. We had many wonderful good experiences and enjoyed being able to walk or catch the tram to a variety of destinations. Pratty's Patch was the most amazing place to eat with wonderful customer service and generous meals.
    Genevieve
    Australia
  • 10

    This time visited for one night only, for a single purpose.

    This time visited for one night only, for a single purpose. However Bendigo has much to recommend it, parks, galleries, gardens, museums and many dining options, and it is very walkable. The public art gallery has many special exhibitions worth a visit. Train from Melbourne is a good way to travel there.
    Princessm
  • 8.0

    Bendigo lacks TYPE 2 EV car charging.

    Bendigo lacks TYPE 2 EV car charging. They are often used by Tesla owners but I'm not a Tesla owner. However, I can use the old style Tesla chargers just as any other people driving non Tesla type 2 plug vehicles can use them. The new wiz bang ev chargers they have at one shopping centre are LOCKED for Tesla only and there are very few other options for non Tesla vehicles that have a tethered cable. While Tesla drivers charge their car at the shopping centre for free everyone else is discriminated against. Most have to pay to charge their cars. All Tesla charging stations have tethered cables but a lot of other companies that offer type 2 don't bother with a cable and expect you to bring your own. I already carry an AC charger to plug into a power point so I don't need an extra thing to carry. I believe there is a type 2 free charging in Bendigo at a Tafe/Uni however, it has petrol cars parked in the space. Bendigo need EV CHARGERS for all plug types that have a cable tethered to the charger. Petrol only cars should be fined for parking in an EV only space and the EV spaces should be free for the first one or two hours to make it fair for everyone. I'm disappointed in the lack of cafes open on a Sunday. Even some retailers are closed in shopping centres.
    Dianne
    Australia
  • 10

    Always lots to see and do recommend using the tram to get on...

    Always lots to see and do recommend using the tram to get on and off. Some places the food is a bit pretentious$30 dollars for lunch is a bit over the top and hard to find a top place reasonably priced for dinner, bit this might have been us looking in the wring spit, had a great breakfast at Bendigo Brew House, a flat white pot of tea and a bacon and egg sandwich $17.70 so much bacon could of made 2 easy from it. The gardens are a delight recommend watching the bats fly at dusk. A visit to the gallery is well worth the time even when no special display(its free then too) shops are great if you need a bit of retail therapy
    Tough
    Australia

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Bendigo

  • From $89.03 per night
    8.2
    Very Good · 770 reviews
    Beautiful room, lovely old house with great decorations.... we have stayed here before, return visitors. Friends staying for the first time found it a lovely change from country motels... only problem was the directions ( we knew where to park) to get to the rear car park... probably more info needed for first time visitors as they arrived at the given address but could not find the correct car park for the fountain view rooms. No problem for me this time, but we also couldnt find where to park the first time we came here.
    Lex
    Australia
  • From $101.47 per night
    8.8
    Excellent · 1,116 reviews
    Extremely friendly family run business. These people know hospitality. We drove a long way to Bendigo, to see ELVIS - these fine folk met us at reception, took us to our door, and provided us with absolutely everything we asked for. Oh, the facilities were extremely clean - I think they put in more effort on cleanliness than most motels owners do. Very convenient location - we walked to the Elvis Exhibition at the Art Gallery in the CBD - so frankly, very good value for money.
    Timothy
    Australia
  • From $97.54 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 1,567 reviews
    My stay at the National was nothing but outstanding, the room was really great the beds were really comfortable the cleanliness was tops, the pool was really a great plus water temp perfect, the food was a one cooked to perfection, the menu was really great plenty to choose from. Staff were so pleasant, I would recommend this is the place to stay if anyone is going to Bendigo for a break so central to everything you want to see. thanks for your service.
    allan
    Australia
  • From $64.81 per night
    9.0
    Wonderful · 1,091 reviews
    I really like this feeling of this hotel room feel homely. This place has provided everything for me with kitchen, living room, shower and public toilets. This building is so beautiful. It has a view of the beautiful churches by the living room. Close to shops, cafe and pubs. I highly recommend this place is opening for anyone who has travelling in Bendigo at a very cozy place to staying here. I’ll return to this place in the future.
    Melissa
    Australia
  • From $163.01 per night
    7.9
    Good · 2,075 reviews
    - the room was spotlessly clean - it was great having a small balcony and being able to let fresh air in - the little cafe was really convenient and dinner was good - the location was great with a nice walk along Bendigo creek and gardens - the shower was strong - great artwork throughout the hotel - the linen was lovely and beds comfy
    Jodi
    Australia
  • From $207.98 per night
    9.2
    Wonderful · 264 reviews
    The hotel was beautifully presented and the room was large, exceptionally clean and the bed was very comfortable - neither too hard nor too soft. The staff were very professional and friendly. Perhaps the best feature was the location, within short walking distance of many of the things we wanted to see in Bendigo.
    Baoling
    Australia
  • From $97.94 per night
    5.5
    Average · 1,067 reviews
    Clean, quite comfortable basic room in a brilliant location right in the Bendigo CBD. Bonus was free weekend car parking next door at the multi-level carpark (that may have been limited to that specific weekend though, given there were a lot of special events on at the time)
    Sam
    Australia
  • 8.7
    Excellent · 215 reviews
    Wonderful pet friendly property, extras provided for the puppy such as a comfy bed, a toy and treats made this stay extra special. Enjoyed the recommended pet-friendly cafes recommended by the owner. Backyard great for puppy to play in.
    Ruth
    Australia
  • From $110.90 per night
    7.4
    Good · 257 reviews
    Good location. Whilst out of the centre Bendigo, it was very easy walking. And Bendigo is a very nice place to walk around. Also room is quite big. Not being part of a motel or hotel means it is very private, secluded and quiet.
    Kim
    Australia
  • From $106.54 per night
    8.4
    Very Good · 1,412 reviews
    Plenty of room to move in the unit. Nextdoor to the hotel which served excellent meals . Spabath as well as separate shower. Eve rything that one needs. And friendly,polite smiling staff.
    Barbara
    Australia
  • From $163.01 per night
    7.9
    Good · 2,075 reviews
    Loved the arty features across the hotel to give it a point of interest and difference. Decent food on offer at the hotel's cafe The Pantry - enjoyed dinner and breakfast there.
    Sharon
    Australia
  • From $91.65 per night
    9.0
    Wonderful · 302 reviews
    The family room had plenty of space and the hotel is conveniently located for visiting Bendigo. The hotel was quiet and clean, with places to eat within easy walking distance.
    Donna
    Australia
  • From $109.98 per night
    8.7
    Excellent · 194 reviews
    The room was very clean and staff were very welcoming and friendly. They accommodated our early checkout would recommend to anyone needing somewhere to stay in Bendigo.
    Stacey
    Australia
  • 8.7
    Excellent · 2,082 reviews
    The space and comfort of the Villa was fantastic for a group visiting Bendigo. Very comfy beds. The villa was fitted out with all the mod cons.
    Deborah
    Australia
  • From $94.11 per night
    8.2
    Very Good · 827 reviews
    Rooms were large and exceptionally clean, staff were lovely and we were made to feel very welcome. Very nice hotel in the middle of Bendigo.
    Erica
    Australia
  • From $100.16 per night
    7.9
    Good · 1,158 reviews
    The room was small, but clean. great for a short stay. The hotel is beautiful and in a great location right in Bendigo.
    Shannon
    Australia
  • From $97.94 per night
    5.5
    Average · 1,067 reviews
    Hotel is centrally located in Bendigo and was in close proximity to cafes, restaurants and pubs.
    Michael
    Australia
  • 8.2
    Very Good · 2,297 reviews
    The size of the hotel room, the air-conditioning, shower was big, balconies, it was super quiet.
    Noelene
    Australia
  • From $110.90 per night
    7.4
    Good · 257 reviews
    This isn't a hotel. It was an air b&b. I am not recommend anyone stay in this place. scammer
    Colin
    Vietnam
  • From $91 per night
    8.2
    Very Good · 479 reviews
    Best priced hotel in Bendigo with clean facilities and not too far to walk into the city.
    Stephen
    Australia

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