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Best Thredbo accommodation to get you on the slopes fast

Tuck yourself into these cosy Thredbo accommodation options during your 2021 snow escape.

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Thredbo Village isn't large and wherever you stay in it you'll be within short distance to a ski lift and have a stellar view of the valley from your hotel.

But don't forget, some places are more spectacular, cosier and have better bargains than others.

We've found the ones that tick all these boxes to ensure yours is one memorable snow trip.

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Best Thredbo Village accommodation

Top-notch service, free Wi-Fi, clean rooms and views of the mountain are the makings of a great stay in Thredbo. To suss out the best stays we looked at Tripadvisor and Hotels Finder for the best, guest-rated hotels that are smack bang in the village.

Top of Tripadvisor's list for hotels is Candlelight Lodge and its friendly atmosphere and comfortable rooms, most of which have balconies. If you're after something a little more homely however, Boali Lodge tops both Hotels Finder and Tripadvisor for best bed and breakfast. Guests rave about the food and the lodge even provides guests packed lunches for the day.

Best Thredbo accommodation in summer

The name Thredbo might conjure up images of snow-capped peaks but this is a destination that you can visit year-round. During summer the mountain turns into an outdoor adventure destination. Its 25 kilometres of ski track open up for mountain bikers who can also use the chairlift to reach the trails. Horseback riding through Thredbo Valley, hiking and fishing are also popular activities for after the snow melts. Many hotels in Thredbo opens throughout summer, including the below.

Best cheap Thredbo accommodation

Thredbo offers a good mix of budget-friendly backpacker style accommodation as well as mid-range apartments and luxury hotels to suit different budgets. On the lower end of the scale you can expect to pay from $76 per night for a dorm during summer. This increases to $105 per night during peak winter. Prices are for Thredbo YHA.

After a room? These start from $270 during summer and $470 during winter based on rates at House of Ullr.

Best luxury Thredbo accommodation

For the ultimate in accommodation Thredbo is home to a small handful of 5-star hotels and apartments that impress. Expect ski-in/ski-out access, swimming pools, sundecks and views to make you the envy of all. There are also 4-star chalets remiscent of European ski lodges that are cosy, clean and are ideal to put your feet up in after a long day on the piste.

Alternative accommodation in Thredbo

If prices are running too high or you're in a unique situation, for example your party is so large you need a whole house to accommodate you, there are alternatives to the traditional ski resort. Airbnb and Stayz both operate in Thredbo offering lodges, lofts, apartments and cottages for groups as large are 10.

Which accommodations offer ski-in/ski-out?

Which accommodation is near Friday Flat?

The closest accommodation to Friday Flat include: River Inn Resort, Akuna Chalet, Onyx 3, High Plains Chalet and Mountain Vista 4.

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Locate these hotels and all other accommodation options within a stone's throw of Thredbo's ski slopes.

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    JonAugust 15, 2015

    1-Can I drive my car to Threadbo and park at resort – what approx. costs ?
    2- Are the skiing / lifts at the resort – do I have to take any form of transport to get to lifts ?
    3- Are there hot showers in the locker / change rooms ?
    4- Can I hire all ski gear there ?
    5- Can I purchase my lift pass there

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      AlexAugust 17, 2015Staff

      Hi Jon,

      Thanks for your question.

      It looks like the National Park Entry fees are $27 per car, per day, during the snow season (until the long weekend in October). Alternatively, you can purchase an annual NSW National Parks pass for $190, which may be a better option if you’re planning on staying longer than a week or visit quite a few parks in the state.

      Depending on where you stay, you will have the option of being within a few minutes’ walk of the slopes and lifts or a short drive away from it. You’ll likely find a better deal on accommodation that’s not within walking distance. However, most of the resort options that are a bit further away offer shuttles to the lifts, so it shouldn’t be too much of an inconvenience.

      There are lockers available at Thredbo Sports, where you can also hire equipment. Or, if you’re planning on skiing/boarding quite a bit, you’ll also have the option to buy equipment.

      If you’re looking to save a bit of money, it’s a good idea to purchase your lift pass in advance. For example, a one-day pass is regularly $115, but if you buy it online at least seven days in advance, it’s just $103.

      Hope that answers all your questions. Have a great time at the snow!


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