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Average price (weeknight)

R3 067

Average price (weekend night)

R3 870
Cheapest month to stay with an average 49% drop in price.
Most expensive month to stay with an average 27% rise in price.
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Racv Torquay Resort - Torquay - Building
Racv Torquay Resort
8.8 Very Good
R5 461+
R5 461+
Free Wi-Fi
Air conditioning
The Sands Torquay - Torquay - Living room
The Sands Torquay
8.3 Very Good
R3 167+
R3 167+
Free Wi-Fi

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Top tips for finding Torquay hotel deals

  • If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Torquay, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Torquay in August and May.
  • Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Torquay if you stay on a Sunday. The opposite is true for, Friday, which is usually the most expensive day.
  • Book at least 90 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Torquay accommodation.
  • If you are on a family holiday in Torquay, check out the RACV Torquay Resort. It is just 0.7 miles from the city centre and offers activities for the entire family. Take advantage of their babysitting service and play a game of tennis on their on-site court. There is also a playground for the little ones that houses a games room where you can play billiards. The Point Addis Marine National Park is just 7 miles from here.
  • Peppers the Sands Resort in Torquay is a good option for the business traveller. There are 5 conference venues with seating for up to 450 attendees. You can utilise their latest audio-visual technology and fast Wi-Fi. The rooms have natural light with views of the golf course. It has an 18-hole, world-class championship golf course on site that was designed by Stuart Appleby, the Australian open champion. Food can be catered from their conference menus.
  • Staying at the Beachfront Resort Torquay will place you at a reasonable distance from the major attractions in Torquay. This 4-star resort is just 0.9 miles from the city centre and 4.8 miles from the Bellbrae Estate Winery. It’s a 19-minute walk from the Torquay Central Farmer’s Market and a 20-minute walk from the Surf World Museum, while the Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre is about 8 miles away.
  • Wellness seekers will want to check out the RACV Torquay Resort, a 5-star property with a full-service spa, One Spa, with views of the ocean. It offers treatment and relaxing massages, geisha tub soaks and hydrotherapy sessions. There is also a steam room and a thermal stone room with heated walls, floors and stone seating.
  • The food enthusiasts who are looking for a one-stop shop for meals and board, Peppers the Sands Resort in Torquay on the Great Ocean Road is a good option. It has one of the region’s most popular restaurant, Hanners Restaurant and Bar. You can savour the local produce from land and sea and pair it with wines from the nearby vineyards. It’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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