The Union Club Hotel Colac

The Union Club Hotel Colac

110 Murray St, Colac VIC 3250, Australia

Visit The Union Club Hotel Colac in Colac, Victoria. This venue has an average rating of 3.8 out of 240 reviews, with the latest ratings ranging from 1 to 5. It appears there are mixed reviews for the The Union Club Hotel Colac.

Opening hours

Monday: 09:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Thursday: 09:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Friday: 09:00 AM - 03:00 AM
Saturday: 09:00 AM - 03:00 AM
Sunday: 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM
This venue has a Gaming Room

Opening hours

Monday: 09:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Thursday: 09:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Friday: 09:00 AM - 03:00 AM
Saturday: 09:00 AM - 03:00 AM
Sunday: 10:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Other venues in Colac

There are 4 venues in Colac VIC. This list shows venues that are in Colac and does not include venues that are in an adjacent town such as 'Colac North'

Latest reviews

Loree Brearley
Great country hospitality and delicious, unpretentious food. Staff were friendly and welcoming. We sat in the courtyard on a lovely warm evening and our dog was welcomed as well. Highly recommended. We'll return on our next visit to Colac.
Rhonda Dixon
I didn't actually stay at the hotel but played in the gaming room. I requested to get some funds out & upon the ATM saying approved no funds were dispensed. This was the night of the 29th Dec, the lovely lady on duty couldn't do enough. She tried to call the technician but nothing could be done lady night. Called the hotel and was told by Paula my reports match so you will need to contact your bank. Talk about pass the buck. Never again will I be going to this establishment and will be advising family and friends. Full on robbery
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Chris Kensit
Used the Takeaway service plenty of choice on the menu. The food always freshly cooked and a good children's menu. Always a nice greeting from the friendly staff
Brendan Till
After approximately $5000+ spent in accommodation by the Salvation Army, many weeks of which, no receipt has been received for, Management stopped responding to their calls and emails for my final week.
This included the personal emails to the main Managers personal email, which he responded to, who just grinned and denied receiving it.
I won't mention his name, but he does swan around trying to look very important. I hope for his sake the new owners keep him on, but for the customers and consumers....?

As such, they are now refusing me service in the bar and bistro there. But rather than speak to me directly, go through one staff member who then won't speak to me directly and passes it on to another staff member.
If the weak Manager had an ounce of Management skills, he would do his job, put the payment through, not smile at me and act like things are fine then put his prejudices down through his minions.
During my stay there, my broken toilet was only fixed in the final two days, despite repeated requests, which were ignored my the Manager, it was only because the seat broke completely apart, cutting myself, that he finally resolved the issue.

I got a response, and Leslie still managed to spell my name wrong after ripping the Salavtion Army off.
I hope the new owners realise who they are leaving in control, when someone does that to a volunteer organisation...

After over $5000+ paid by the Salvation Army for my accommodation, with me being homeless, plus what I spent on meals and drink in the bistro, the fey Manager chose to treat me like garbage and not processed my last week's accommodation.
Despite the Salvos contacting him in multiple ways, including his personal email, (which he responded to, Leslie), he never processed the payment.

Below is his email, where he still can't spell my name correctly.
P.S. he has blocked me on the Facebook page, and there has been a bloke staying there for over two years, who has had to have "guests" removed after Midnight more times than I have fingers and toes...

Hi Brendon, The Hotel provides short term accommodation for visitors and trades people coming to Colac. All transactions are processed through our Bottle shop where receipts are issued. We are not a long term accommodation provider, however we made an exception to the rule during Covid to ensure you were not homeless due to your personal issues preventing you from living at you regular place of residence in Colac. We allowed you to stay for many days beyond what was paid for to support you with the expectation you would ensure we received payment before departing. If you would like to return to the Union please pay the outstanding accommodation charges. Take Care Leslie Robinson Venue Manager
Kristine Jones
Food and service was wonderful. We had a very enjoyable time thankyou.
Brendan Cook
Great meals. Freezing cold beer. Very friendly staff. Would definitely recommend.
Tracey Harding
I had a chicken parmigiana and my husband had chicken schnitzel. They were one of the best we have had. Prices were reasonable, plus there is the choice of a half serve with some of the meals. Chippies were excellent too. Staff were absolutely lovely. Highly recommend this place.
Yak Sox
Eating at the pub: I hadn't been here for about two years. It's changed owners or had a complete change. My mum says they got a new chef 6 months ago. What I do know is that it looks and smells much better inside. The staff were very nice and the food is much better (without having a price hike, which is impressive).It's now the best pub meal in Colac. Could only improve by having a few more choices on the menu.
Damien Quinney
For a back packers accommodation it is good, rooms are perfect for a quick getaway. Good location. Staff are bubbly and friendly, with good knowledge if the area. Friendly.
Dan Warne
Lovely people, great steak and veggies delicious, and nice amenities like impeccably clean toilets. Very above average country pub!

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