BEST WESTERN Werribee Park Motor Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Werribee Park Motor Inn
We were SO impressed with the Best Western Werribee Park Motor Inn! It was very wet and cold when we arrived, and the managers had the lights on and the heater going so it was lovely and welcoming when we arrived.
We'd had a very long day and saw that they offered room service. We decided to take them up on this, and have to say that expected mediocre meals, as the price was a cheap $22 for a main..... But no!!!!! The food was phenomenal, we were so impressed!
I had a lovely meal of Barrumundi and my partner had stuffed chicken breast, just delicious....
The rooms are spacious, beds comfortable and the bathroom had been recently renovated and was lovely. I especially liked the shower!
Rooms are well appointed, with flat screen tv fixed to the wall, foxtel, tea and coffee facilities and a toaster.
All in all 5 out of 5!!!!!
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