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Top tips for finding the perfect Kangaroo Island hotel
For a budget-friendly stay on Kangaroo Island, consider a B&B or holiday unit. The Fig Tree B & B in Penneshaw includes breakfast, making it even more economical. However, if you’re planning on cooking your own meals, self-contained accommodation like Baudin Beach Apartments will give you everything you need.
Travellers who’d like to be close to the main airport on Kangaroo Island should consider staying in and around Kingscote. Though the Kingscote Airport (KGC) is a little inland from the town of Kingscote, spots like Kingscote Tourist Park and Family Units will still place you within 10 km of the airport while also giving you easy access to the beach, shops and other amenities.
Travellers looking for a luxurious stay on Kangaroo Island may enjoy one of the more secluded waterfront hotels, like Mercure Kangaroo Island Lodge. Here, you can treat yourself to a spacious room with uninterrupted ocean views. You can also take advantage of the hotel’s pool, restaurant and bar.
If you’re hoping to squeeze in as many rounds of gold as possible during your stay on Kangaroo Island, consider booking your accommodation in Parndana. Hotels like Parndana Hotel and Ficifolia Lodge offer comfortable accommodation in a natural setting that’s about as close as you can get to Parndana Golf Course.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Kangaroo Island
Hotels are safe environments for travellers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Kangaroo Island.
Based on KAYAK hotel searches, the most popular destination is Kingscote (80% of total searches to Kangaroo Island). The next most popular destination is Penneshaw (20%).
For romantic vibes, consider focusing your search for Kangaroo Island accommodation on holiday homes and beach shacks. La Brisa, for example, is located in a quiet nook, just off Scenic Drive, in American River. This charming stone cottage was once a schoolhouse, so it has a fascinating history and plenty of character. You can enjoy the views from its wide verandah and get cosy by the fireplace in the evenings.
Travellers who require mobility support have quite a lot of options on Kangaroo Island. In Kingscote, Kangaroo Island Seaview Motel offers fully wheelchair-accessible rooms with roll-in showers, shower chairs and toilets with grab rails. The nearby Salty Air Apartments offers adapted baths and toilets with grab rails. At these units, you’ll have the added convenience of your own kitchen.
From hotels and resorts to holiday homes and campgrounds, you will find a plentitude of accommodation options that cater to travellers with pets. Kingscote Tourist Park and Family Units will place you right on a secluded stretch of Brownlow Beach, just south of Kingscote. There are also plenty of holiday homes and beach shacks, like Swordfish, which offers a fenced yard where your dog can run free.
You will be spoiled for choice when it comes to absolute beachfront accommodation on South Australia’s Kangaroo Island. From Kangaroo Island Seafront Hotel in Penneshaw to Aurora Ozone Hotel in Kingscote, most of the island’s beachfront hotels also include a pool, sauna, restaurant and bar. Aurora Ozone Hotel offers spa baths in the rooms, while Kangaroo Island Seafront Hotel features an outdoor spa.
Where to stay in Kangaroo Island?
Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Kangaroo Island by showing you the exact location of each hotel.