Alpine Lodge Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlpine Lodge Motel Hanmer Springs
Lovely staff, friendly motel. Great for the kids and I. I could have stood slightly thicker walls though. It's a drag when you have to wait for your neighbours on both sides to go to sleep before you can....:-(
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The heavens opened overnight, as we tried to drive out of the campsite the roads were flooded and there were landslides all over the roads! We made Sam get out of the car and wade through the water in his flip flops to guide us through the flood, hahaha! We stopped at Cape Foulwind so that Sam could see some seals, it's all he's been going on about! The scenery here was ...
... sauna rooms. Family zone with AquaPlay areas, two waterslides and the SuperBowel mega ride". We paid $30 each (less than £15) with access to all pools and waterslides. We set up for the day on two sun loungers near the lap pool. We had no intention of staying for the full day, but the weather was glorious and there was plenty to do. We decided to get the dull bit done first. Lengths. We stopped once David had done 20. We then had the most ...
... with a cherry glaze, Mike had a pork combo which was a pork steak with apple and ribs, and Alice had a bit of everybody’s! Feeling really full, but leaving space for desert of Sticky date pudding and cheesecake, we polished off every bite before bidding farewell to the very friendly waitress. It was dark and getting cold as we headed towards our car. The girls were all really tired after such a busy day, so we were looking forward to getting warm and getting home as soon ...
... The weather is fantastic and after lunch we visit the springs. 20 dollars each and the springs are open until 9pm. We wait until 4pm to sample the hot spring pools once it has got a bit cooler. One of the pools is 42 degrees, just comfortable. We even go on the water slides but a lifeguard explains (even at 54/5 we are still getting told off) that the slides are an extra charge.We ...
... is a professional photographer that comes around the pools so we had our picture taken and bought a pack they made up which included a large photo and several small ones, key ring, electronic photo and 3 x postcards. They will be a great memory in the future of the time we spent here.
Today we went with Josh and Harriet on a little road trip to a place called Nelson's Pass, a very scenic drive which we all enjoyed. We took a picnic and stopped half way next to a river and took ...