Albany, the heart of Western Australia’s Great Southern region, offers a unique holiday experience the whole family will enjoy.
Once a thriving whaling port, Albany’s colourful history has helped shape its unique atmosphere. Today’s township is a hub for arts, entertainment, museums, local culinary delights, and boasts a thriving cultural scene with a busy event calendar of festivals, markets, harvests, exhibitions and yacht racing.
Albany’s surroundings form a canvas of rugged beauty where mountains meet the sea. The region’s unique topography is gifted with natural assets – spectacular coastlines, unspoiled beaches, hidden coves, National Parks, estuaries and reserves, and a scenic world-class wine region that flourishes in the Mediterranean-style climate.
With such diversity, Albany offers an abundance of tours, trips and activities with something to please every member of the family. From whale watching to bushwalking, game fishing to 4WD’ing, exploring historical sites and themed venues, or simply relaxing on one of Albany’s pristine beaches, visitors set their own pace and itinerary.
To experience all the region has to offer, Albany is best explored over several days from a comfortable base. For the best in Albany accommodation, the ibis Styles Albany is unbeatable when it comes to facilities, location and value for money.
With a reputation for warm hospitality and a family-friendly atmosphere, the ibis Styles Albany has 50 well-appointed rooms, including spacious family suites, open expanses of grassland and BBQ areas for children to play.
The on-site restaurant, the ibis Bar and Grill, is a popular choice for locals and hotel guests offering a well-priced a la carte menu, famous lunch and dinner buffet, convenient room service, and ‘kids eat free’ options. Breakfast is also offered
With its convenient location, great facilities, and rooms to suit all configurations and budgets, the ibis Styles Albany provides the perfect Albany accommodation choice for couples, families or professionals visiting the Great Southern Region.