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The room was minuscule, dirty bathroom, no sink plug and no space to put 2 suitcases other than in the bathroom. No wardrobe or drawers - 2 hooks on the back of the door were the nearest to any clothes hanging. Reception closed at 8pm...More
Response from GPH268, Guest Relations Manager at Grand Pacific Hotel LorneResponded 6 days ago
We are so sorry to hear the dreadful experience you had at the hotel.
In regards to your room and the state of communal areas, this is not the standard we wish to convey to the general public or our guests and the...More
The only two staff I met were very nice but they did not make up for a terrible experience for us
From what I read this hotel has been upgraded. What is not said is “in the cheapest way”. The sink faucet was so bad...More
We had a fantastic 2 nights. Initially we were put off by the small room and weird renovations and confused corridors leading to the room. However over the 2 nights we came to appreciate and fall in love with the comfortable bed, perfect pillows, clean...More
A 2 night Luxury Escape to Lorne for the Sculpture biennale was a great experience. and more than lived up to expectations. A return visit to the Grand Pacific did not disappoint - our large room overlooked the front verandah and the ocean - bathroom...More
While staying in the area we had lunch at the Grand.
Friendly and helpfull staff member looked after us, meal soon arrived after ordering.
I had a nice rice and curry, two others had the fish and chips and salad. Another has a huge burger....More
In general I would say no. However, in the rooms I saw on the 2nd floor you could have put a crib in the bathroom. It was bigger than the bedroom. That was a bit of facetiousness. There maybe a family room in the hotel... More
In general I would say no. However, in the rooms I saw on the 2nd floor you could have put a crib in the bathroom. It was bigger than the bedroom. That was a bit of facetiousness. There maybe a family room in the hotel but I am not sure. Good luck.