Grand Pacific Hotel

Grand Pacific Hotel, Lorne

Grand Pacific Hotel first opened in 1880 and was one of the first hotels to be built along the Great Ocean Road. This iconic property has been fully restored and is one of Lorne's most recognised buildings, overlooking the pier and surf beach at Point Grey.

Choose from either refurbished rooms in the original hotel building, or self-contained apartments in the modern building next to the hotel.

The hotel rooms are suitable for up to two people and consists of double rooms with no view and king rooms with panoramic water views, some with spa baths. All rooms include a TV, DVD player, heating, ceiling fans and their own private ensuite. Exclusive access is provided to the hotel's upper level verandahs and balconies.

The modern building next to the hotel consists of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom fully self-contained apartments. They include separate bedrooms, an open plan living and dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, laundry facilities and bathroom. The one bedroom apartments do not offer a view, however they have a terrace with outdoor furniture. The 2 bedroom apartments either have a terrace with no view or a balcony with ocean views. All the 3 bedroom apartments enjoy panoramic views from the ocean facing balcony. Covered parking is provided for apartment guests underneath the building.

Grand Pacific Hotel has a bistro restaurant with large floor to ceiling windows that provides stunning coastal views. It is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch, dinner and Devonshire tea. The ever changing menu offers superb value for money meals.

Property features:

  • Restaurant on-site
  • Wireless internet

Nightly rates from:

Hotel rooms - $130
One bedroom apartments - $180
Two bedroom apartments - $200
Three bedroom apartments - $350

Hotel rooms

Grand Pacific Hotel - Hotel rooms


Grand Pacific Hotel - Apartments


Grand Pacific Hotel - Bistro

Walk 100 metres to the beach

Beach walking map - Grand Pacific Hotel

Walking directions:

  • Cross the Great Ocean Road
  • South-east through parkland to car park at per
  • Down to beach using steps next to boat ramp