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Quality Suites Deep Blue - Warrnambool



Address: 16 Pertobe Rd, Warrnambool VIC 3280
Phone:(03) 5559 2000


Less than three hour’s drive from Melbourne, Quality Suites Deep Blue Hotel & Spa Warrnambool is perfectly positioned on a peninsula between Lady Bay and Stingray Bay. Warrnambool is known as Victoria’s ‘City by the Sea’. 
Comprising 80 Guestrooms including eight Deluxe Suites with luxurious Warrnambool Spa Baths, there are also five 2 or 3 bedroom fully self-contained Penthouses. All accommodation features magnificent vistas and the Warrnambool resort’s unique positioning on top of a natural mineral aquifer, 800 metres underground, enables to provide geothermal room heating, as well as supply to 4 mineral rich, private hot deepwater pool rooms in the Bath House and gymnasium. 

Other features offered by Deep Blue Hotel Warrnambool include: individual balconies, air conditioning as well as ceiling fans, flat screen TV and cable, work desk, broadband and wireless internet. 

Deep Water Baths & Day Spa (providing mineral rich hot water) includes a large indoor heated pool, an open mineral pool, 4 private hot mineral pool rooms and adjoining day spa offering a range of specialty body treatments, signature facials, massages and beauty treatments, including spray tanning. 

Quality Suites Deep Blue Warrnambool hotel’s signature Restaurant, The Water Table boasts a casual yet stylish ambience complemented by a seasonal menu of the finest local Victorian produce showcasing local cheeses and an extensive wine selection. 

Warrnambool has so much to offer including beautiful beaches, parks and gardens, walking and bike trials, visiting whales, shipwrecks, unique volcano’s, great food, exhilarating sports and a thriving city centre

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