Visit Mornington Hotel in Mornington, Victoria. This venue has an average rating of 4 out of 521 reviews, with the latest ratings ranging from 1 to 5. It appears there are mixed reviews for the Mornington Hotel.
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Food is lovely. Seniors menu is great! Very reasonably priced and big serve. Recommend the mushroom risotto!
Stayed in the family spa suite. Lots of room . Clean and comfortable. Bathroom large with a large Spa bath. Quiet and easy access to dinners in the bistro friendly and very helpful staff Will return.
The service at check in was excellent and the bistro was a delightful experience. Super quick and great lamb shanks and perfect rump steak. Very spacious room, only bother was the spotlights in the nearby car dealership, which made having curtains open at night unpractical.
Argued with rude staff at check in.
TV drops out every 10 seconds, air con doesn't work, bar staff in gaming lounge don't have gaming licence and don't know what their doing. To top it off bistro doesn't like single diners, only large groups.
The room was large, with a spa. Shower had plenty of hot water and good pressure. That's about the best of it. Curtain was falling off its runner, the balcony floor was dirty and the outdoor furniture is rusted and uninspiring.The included 'light continental breakfast' was limited to 2 slices of white bread and choice of rice bubbles or cornflakes.For $250 a night, more could be expected from both accommodation and breakfast offered.
The food is always good, I had the Civken avocado salad. It is great, however if i could improve it, i would say less greens, and please bring back the nuts, it makes such a difference. Xx The staff are also great. X
So great to finally get back to our favorite local pub and not disappointed. Meal portions almost too generous for the price. Service so friendly.
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