Comfort Inn & Suites Emmanuel

Address: 151 Esplanade, Lakes Entrance, Victoria, 3909, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 151 Esplanade, Lakes Entrance.
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        Activities

        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant

        Features

        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
         

        TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites Emmanuel Lakes Entrance

        Reviewed by alilittler

        a port in a storm!

        Reviewed Oct 15, 2010
        by (5 reviews) Chester , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        arrived in Lakes Entrance in Oct '10 in the middle of torrential rain!
        Intended to camp but checked in here instead.
        Very friendly staff, clean room and good value for money.
        Luckily the rain stopped the next day too!

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn & Suites Emmanuel Lakes Entrance

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Lakes Entrance

        The entrance to the lake!

        A travel blog entry by skippyjbones on Oct 26, 2015

        3 photos

        ... horizon is in the south since I'm taking the bus from Cobargo towards Lakes Entrance. This is a five hour trip in a rather silent bus, so I don't really have anything to tell about it.

        In Lakes Entrance I already booked a room in the hostel a few days ago since I wasn't sure if there would be any space left. Well...let's say this wasn't needed at all, since there was no one else in the hostel when I arrived ...

        Paynesville

        A travel blog entry by simmsie on Mar 21, 2015

        4 photos

        ... tree. We eyeballed each other for a while until he got bored looking at me and settled down in the fork of the tree for a snooze. We saw another 4 koalas as we rode around, nearly of them sleeping so I felt very lucky to see one on the move. After we had finished koala spotting we rode to the end of the island – Point King where Steve braved the not so warm water and had a quick swim. As well as the koala’s, Raymond Island is home to over 60 different ...

        Day 61 Brogo - Lakes Entrance

        A travel blog entry by robmauger on Mar 09, 2015

        5 photos

        ... bay it's name. Opened in 1873 it served more than a 100 years to be replaced by a solar version. Begs the question what happens if it's not sunny? Although as the information says shipping mostly uses computer aids to navigate these days. So nothing can go wrong. Our back up plan if the campsite was poor was to drive a further 3 hours to Lakes Entrance over the border in Victoria so that's what we do. The drive is on good fast road through forests and latterly dairy farming. We ...

        What a difference a day makes.

        A travel blog entry by scbcrwrw on Feb 19, 2015

        13 photos

        ... at the lakes entrance - where the lakes meet the ocean. They say you can see seals on the rocks at the entrance and dolphins in the ocean but we didn't spot any. But I did see the tail end of a snake (thankfully only the tail end). Once again I was in front - it was on the side of the path and probably heard me coming and it slithered into the undergrowth. I let out an ahhh and Brian comes running and said what was it - and then starts peering into ...

        Marlo - no I'd never heard of it either!

        A travel blog entry by carolynaubrey on May 27, 2014

        15 photos

        ... there.
        The drive there was again through mostly state forests and national parks, gently winding and undulating roads with barely any traffic.
        I stopped at Bombala for a break but otherwise pushed on; my late start putting me behind somewhat. And even at 4pm the wallabies and kangaroos were starting to appear along the roadside.
        At the caravan park I was informed that I was the only camper so had my pick of the sites. The woman at reception suggested I may want to ...