Golf Links Road, Rowland Flat, Barossa Valley
Novotel Barossa Valley Resort is nestled in the picturesque Barossa Valley just 55 minutes from Adelaide. A warm welcome, contemporary style, the highest standards of service, superb facilities and friendly staff await you at Barossa Valley Resort. With the verdant rolling ranges of the Barossa Valley as a back drop there is no better place to relax and enjoy Australia's historical and premier wine growing region.
The Resort is an exciting venue for conferences, incentives, meetings and functions. Delegates can combine business with pleasure in an unrivalled location, yet so close to Adelaide. Up to 340 people can be accommodated in 4 function rooms. There are also 4 breakout rooms. Whether you are planning to hold a conference, a special function, sales promotion, a launch, or experienced and profession staff will be there to assist you.
Harry's Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and with its open fireplace and awe inspiring views is a great place to enjoy a meal. Gramp's Bar is the perfect place to unwind for a pre or post dinner drink with evening musical entertainment and Bar 180 offers poolside snacks. Guests are only a 15 minute drive away from some of the wonderful eateries and wineries in the Barossa Valley region.
The resort features 140 rooms with private balconies and kitchenette facilities. The resort offers a range of different accommodation to suite the needs of each individual guest. Novotel features 116 Suites, 58 Double, 58 Twin, 22 Family and 6 Disabled. A stay at Novotel Barossa Valley resort will restore your spirits and create memories you will cherish for a lifetime.Room Features:
Set in a natural amphitheatre, overlooking Jacob Creek and the North Para River in the heart of the Barossa Valley, surrounded by picturesque vineyards with many famous boutique wineries to explore.
The Barossa offers everything you'd expect from Australia's most famous wine region. Winemakers waiting to share their secrets at the cellar door; landscapes etched with manicured vineyards; passionate food producers proffering their wares at country markets; and grand chateaux surrounded by ornate gardens. And it's all just an hour from Adelaide.
The region owes much of its appeal to the European peasant farmers and English free settlers who made the place home from the 1850s. (The Lutherans fleeing religious persecution and the English seeking a gentrified lifestyle in the young colonies promised utopia.) You'll get a taste of their rich cultural legacy in superb Barossa specialty foods, dozens of festivals and events, historic architecture and inspiring arts & antique galleries.