Sitting comfortably in the natural bush surrounds of the picturesque Macedon Ranges, Macedon Ranges Hotel and Spa is an easy one hour drive from Melbourne and half an hour from the airport.
Here you will find 36 spacious guest rooms, a relaxing day spa, conference and function space, fresh air, beautiful views and a warm welcome. The Macedon Ranges Hotel and Spa is perfect for your next romantic weekend away, special event, conference or as a base for exploring all that this great region has to offer.
Each of the guest rooms offers a double spa bath for two, so you can soak in the tub while taking in the views. Distractions are minimal, allowing you to relax in the comfort of your room or rejuvenate in the Day Spa where expert therapists offer an extensive range of treatments.
The region is sure to delight, with historic towns, award winning cellar doors, fresh farm produce, boutique shopping, specialist art galleries and of course the stunning natural beauty of Macedon Ranges Regional Park and the iconic Hanging Rock.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
Standard accommodation rates from $170 per night
Located on the ground floor of the property, these rooms are generous in size with the option of a king bed or two king twin beds.
Located on the upper floor and offering uninterrupted views of Mt Macedon, these rooms are perfect for your next romantic getaway.
An impressive suite, with all the space and luxury you can imagine, this suite is located on the lower level and includes a large lounge area, warming gas fire, spa and double shower.
Deluxe Starlight Suite
The Deluxe Starlight Suite features glorious double windows, overlooking Mt Macedon, enjoy the beautiful natural daylight and the wonderful star filled night sky. The suite also includes a lounge area, gas fire and large bathroom with a double shower. This suite offers the ultimate indulgence.
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