Mantra Pavilion Hotel Wagga Wagga

- Country New South Wales

22-30 Kincaid Street, Wagga Wagga NSW
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Important information:

In accordance with recent Government directives in response to slowing the spread of COVID-19, Hotel facilities may experience temporary closures or changes to operating times and/or services provided. Please contact our reception for further details. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding during this time.

Please note: The restaurant at Mantra Pavilion Hotel is currently not in operation. Due to this, the purchase of hot breakfast is unavailable, however breakfast boxes can be purchased for $12.

Mantra Pavilion Hotel Wagga Wagga
22-30 Kincaid Street
Wagga Wagga, NSW  2650
Australia

Hotel Information

Check-in Time
2:00 PM
Check-out Time
10:00 AM
Reception Hours
Mon-Sat: 7:30am-9pm
Sun: 7am-7pm
Check-in Details
After hours check-in can be arranged with prior notice.
Smoking
This hotel is 100% non-smoking
Parking
Free onsite parking

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Wagga Wagga Accommodation

Offering excellent service and hospitality, this unique Wagga Wagga hotel is built around the largest six-sided canopy in the southern hemisphere.

Our hotel is a little bit unique, being built around the largest six-sided canopy in the southern hemisphere. Here you can enjoy superior Mantra hospitality and excellent facilities, with accommodation to suit everyone. Put your feet up at the end of a long day exploring the area, and relax with a wine in front of the flat screen TV with cable channels.

Located in the heart of the city, many of Wagga Wagga's attractions including the Civic Theatre, Museum of the Riverina, and Regional Art Gallery, are just a short stroll from the hotel, as well as the city's shopping and entertainment precincts.

Features & Facilities

Holidaying, just passing through or here on business you'll find Mantra Pavilion Hotel's facilities cater to all of your needs.

Services

  • Free onsite parking
  • Free high-speed WIFI internet access throughout hotel
  • Express Checkout
  • Internet lounge
  • Photocopying
  • Conference & business facilities

Business

If you're visiting Mantra Pavilion for business, our hotel offers comfortable work spaces in each room and a vast range of conference and business facilities.

Free Hi-speed WiFi

Whether you're in your room, relaxing over a coffee or a glass of wine or perhaps conducting business in one of our meeting rooms, you'll be connected wherever you are at Mantra Pavilion Hotel.

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Dining

Dining - Temporarily Closed

The central location of our Wagga Wagga hotel makes it easy to access restaurants and cafés. The town offers everything from affordable family-friendly meals at the Wagga RSL, to delicious a la carte dishes from places such as the Giuseppe’s authentic Italian restaurant and Uneke Lounge Wagga

From Mantra Pavilion Hotel you can jump in the car and find a tasty range of restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as charming country pubs and the Thirsty Crow, a microbrewery or a short drive from the city centre are award-winning boutique wineries, such as Borambola, Eunonyhareenyha and Cottontails.

If you feel like eating in, you can make use of the self-catering options provided in most of our accommodation options here at Mantra Pavilion Hotel, but if you'd like to dine out and sample some of the region's best country fare, you'll find yourself spoilt for choice.

We've got everything from award winning restaurants, to laidback, made-for Sunday-morning style cafes, organic delis and country pubs offering hearty fare.

Conference

Conferences

Here at Mantra Pavilion, our business is your business. We go above and beyond to ensure that your Wagga Wagga business conference or event runs smoothly.

Catering for up to 70 delegates, Mantra Pavilion provides stylish and contemporary surroundings for a range of conference types, from boardroom style meetings to sit-down banquet dinners. Everything is available here, from state-of-the-art AV equipment and notepads and paper, to off-street parking for your delegates.

With the Pavilion Restaurant onsite, we're also able to offer a high standard of catering for your function, whether you're envisaging light refreshments, a working lunch, or banquet dining.

At Mantra Pavilion, we have the experience and flexibility to work with you to create your ideal conference or function, and to work within your budget. Download Conference Kit »

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Experiences

Halfway between Melbourne and Sydney, on the picturesque Murrumbidgee River, Wagga Wagga is a laid-back country NSW city, popular with bushwalkers, and nature lovers. As the major regional centre of the Riverina area and the largest inland city in NSW, Wagga Wagga is an important military, agricultural and transport hub.

Well-known for producing a disproportionately high number of great Australian sportsmen and women, Wagga Wagga has a Sporting Hall of Fame (part of the Museum of the Riverina), dedicated to the elite athletes from the area. Wagga Wagga also has strong arts and literary connections, and the city's Civic Centre on the banks of the Wollundry Lagoon, features several art galleries and museums showcasing the regions culture.

If you're visiting during the summer months, the river provides lots of fun and entertainment for all the family, with lots of picnic spots located along its banks, and swimming areas to cool off in.

Things to do in Wagga Wagga

  • Wagga Wagga Botanic Gardens and model railway
  • Local wineries
  • Lake Albert
  • Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre and wave pool
  • Lakeside Golf course
  • Bushwalking
  • Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery, Civic Theatre and Museum of the Riverina (all located at the Civic Centre)

Location

Contact Information
22-30 Kincaid Street
Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650
Australia

Points of Interest

  • Botanic Gardens - 4 km
  • Wagga Wagga CBD - 0.5 km
  • Victory Memorial Gardens - 1 km
  • Lake Albert - 8 km
  • Charles Sturt University - 12 km
  • RAAF Base - 10 km

Directions

Wagga Wagga is situated on the Sturt and Olympic Highways, midway between Sydney and Melbourne. If travelling by car from Sydney or Canberra turn off the Hume Highway after Gundagai. If travelling from Melbourne, turn off the Hume Highway onto the Olympic Highway after Albury.