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Boasting fantastic nursery slopes for beginners, challenging runs for professionals and countless trails for intermediates, Falls Creek has something for everyone who passes through. And its accommodation is no different.

Whether you're a couple of casual snowboarders looking for a cheeky weekend in the mountains, a family on your annual winter holiday or a group searching for self-catered accommodation, we've found the best on offer in this winter paradise.

Restrictions due to Melbourne's July coronavirus outbreak

Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreaks, anyone living in metropolitan Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire will not be allowed to enter ski areas. Some ski lifts and resorts have closed across Victoria, including Falls Creek. The resort will not be opening for spring skiing or snowboarding in 2020.
If further announcements are made, we'll update this page with more information

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How did we pick these Falls Creek hotels?

Our editorial team selected the Falls Creek hotels on this list based on price, location and real customer feedback from hotel booking sites and review platforms. Where applicable, we used our own personal experiences to make recommendations.

Best cheap accommodation at Falls Creek

Cheap accommodation in Falls Creek costs $90-$110 a night for a double room. Being a relatively small and walkable village, you won't have to compromise on your location to save on costs, as cheaper lodges are conveniently nestled in amongst flashier accommodation.

Rooms at the Murmeli Lodge are just about as cheap as they come in Falls Creek, with quadruples and doubles costing around $86. Family rooms are equipped with bunk beds for the kids and, while they may be a little smaller than other places in town, guests can enjoy an onsite sauna, hot tub and even the perks of a ski-in/ski-out location.

Though a little more expensive than Murmeli, the Attunga Alpine Lodge is still a standout option for a budget stay and is within walking distance of the most popular bars and restaurants in town.

With all of the hype centring around ski season (July to October), you'll find a lot of hotels close during off-peak season, and budget accommodation can be hard to come by. This is where Viking Lodge comes in, with its year-round opening times and bargain prices.

Our top picks for cheap accommodation: Murmeli Lodge, Attunga Alpine Lodge and Apartments and Viking Lodge Falls Creek.

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Best Falls Creek apartment accommodation

Self-catered accommodation can be great for a number of reasons: it gives you more freedom to rustle up a sandwich when you're hungry, you'll save some cash by not eating out and you can do laundry when you need to.

You'll actually find that most of the rooms offered in Falls Creek are apartment-style accommodation centrally located near the town's supermarkets. Hotels such as the Snow Ski Apartments are great for any families or larger groups hoping to save on accommodation. Amenities may be basic, but previous guests on TripAdvisor assure us that the beds are comfortable, kitchen well-equipped and views from the bedroom simply stunning.

Husky Apartments and St Falls Penthouse demand a little more of your money, but they're perfect for a romantic getaway or one of those treat-yourself moments. Rooms are stylishly furnished throughout both properties and the huge floor-to-ceiling windows allow you to appreciate the beauty of your surroundings for that little bit longer.

Our top picks for apartment accommodation: Husky Apartments, Snow Ski Apartments and St Falls Penthouse.

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Best luxury accommodation at Falls Creek

There aren't heaps of luxury hotels in Falls Creek, so if you're after one during peak season, you're going to need to book well in advance. Splashing out here will cost around $200 a night and will get you stylish, wooden-clad interiors, private hot tubs and the best locations in town.

QT Falls is currently the only 5-star hotel in Falls Creek and tops all of the listings when it comes to luxury stays in town. Enjoying a range of one, two and three bedroom apartments, all complete with hot tubs on a private balcony and views of the slopes, a stay at QT suits couples of all ages or groups looking for a swanky stay.

Travelling in a large group but still after that luxury feeling? One of the open-plan apartments or spacious chalets in the Frueauf Village complex will suit you well. Similar to the luxury apartments in Altezza 1570, its central location close to the town's best restaurants and bars, along with its ski-in/ski-out facilities, will make your stay as easy as possible.

Our top picks for luxury accommodation: QT Falls Creek, Frueauf Village and Altezza 1570.

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Alternate Falls Creek accommodation options

Airbnb and Stayz are a great option for any large groups looking for self-catered accommodation in Falls Creek. There are a number of properties offering up enough room for between 10 to 16 guests, but you'll need to book in advance to secure the best chalets.

While some private lodges require a minimum stay of five days, properties on Airbnb often allow a one or two night stay – perfect for a mini-break from Melbourne with all of your mates. Split equally across the group, these properties often work out better value for money too.

Frequently asked questions about Falls Creek hotels

Which sites let me book Falls Creek accommodation with free cancellation?

These sites let you make a refundable booking for your trip to Falls Creek, so there's less risk of losing the cost of your stay or deposit. Some sites only offer free cancellation on select Falls Creek hotels or at a slightly higher rate, so it's best to check the terms on your booking before confirming your stay.

Most sites, like Wotif or Expedia, will clearly state whether each Falls Creek hotel is non-refundable.

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Which sites let me use a coupon code to book Falls Creek accommodation?

Using one of our coupon codes at these sites will save you money on your Falls Creek stay. Some may ask you to pay for your stay upfront rather than on arrival in order to apply the code to your Falls Creek booking, but the same cancellation policy does apply so if you are able to cancel, you'll be able to get refunded.

Which sites let me book Falls Creek accommodation without a credit card?

If you don't have a credit card to make your Falls Creek booking, but would like to reap the rewards of one, compare credit cards that offer hotel rewards here.

Which Falls Creek hotel booking sites have rewards programs?

Get access to cheaper prices, collect points toward free stays and get extra perks like Wi-Fi or breakfast if you book your Falls Creek accommodation on sites like these:

  • Wotif: Part of the same family, Wotif lets you access the same benefits as the Expedia Rewards program. You'll get access to lower rates and earn points, which can be used toward discounted stays in the future. Depending on how often you make bookings, you'll be able to get bigger discounts and earn more perks like breakfast.
  • Agoda: PointsMAX lets you earn up to 6,000 points for your stay that you can put toward a preferred loyalty or frequent flyer program, including KrisFlyer and Velocity.
  • Trip Coins is's rewards program where you can earn $1 for every 100 Trip Coins. It's free to join the program. Membership tiers from Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond have different perks to enjoy.
  • Collect one stamp for every night's stay. Once you stay for 10 nights, you'll be able to redeem one free night up to the average value of your previous 10 nights.
  • Access lower rates as a member and earn Expedia points on bookings, which can be used toward discounted stays in the future. Different levels of membership get you access to deeper discounts and perks, such as free breakfasts.
  • Marriott: The Marriott Bonvoy Benefits program lets you earn points towards free nights, access special member rates, get free Wi-Fi with your stay and check into your room via the mobile app. There are different status levels depending on how often you stay, starting with Silver Elite (10 nights per year).

Which accommodation at Falls Creek is ski-in/ski-out?

During the snow season, Falls Creek closes its roads to traffic, so you'll find plenty of ski-in/ski-out accommodation here.

Some favourites, according to TripAdvisor's traveller ranked ratings, include the luxury QT Falls Creek, mid-range Attunga Alpine Lodge and low-cost Falls Creek Country Club.

Snow Ski ApartmentsYes
Ropers ApartmentsYes
Astra LodgeYes
Cedarwood ApartmentsYes
Falls Creek Country ClubYes
Feathertop Alpine LodgeYes
Kilimanjaro ApartmentsYes
Frueaf Village Studio ApartmentsYes
Pretty Valley LodgeYes
Ripparoo LodgeYes
Falls Creek HotelYes
QT Falls CreekYes
Trackers Mountain LodgeYes
Attunga Alpine LodgeYes
Summit Ridge Alpine LodgeYes
Halleys LodgeYes
Elk at FallsYes
Huski Falls CreekYes
Diana Alpine LodgeYes
Altitude ApartmentsYes

Is there a caravan park at Falls Creek?

The nearest caravan parks to Falls Creek can be found around an hour's drive away, in the towns of Bright and Porepunkah.

Which accommodation can I book for large groups at Falls Creek?

There are a number of freestanding lodges that can accommodate large groups including Red Onion Chalets, Cedarwood Apartments and Mountain Multiservice Alpine Apartments, all of which sleep up to 10 people.

For groups of 12 and above, you may need to consider booking several rooms at Diana Alpine Lodge or Karelia Alpine Lodge. You might also want to consider checking out some of the listings for large groups on Airbnb.

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