Quality  |  Heritage  |  Experience

Our accommodation is quality at an affordable price. The Grosvenor Hotel is a heritage listed building and we’ve gone to great lengths to preserve a sense of history whilst ensuring that you’re able to enjoy a great night’s sleep. Rooms opening to balcony views make it a unique experience in the heart of the town.  The balcony stretches around two sides of the building, providing views of the coastline and main street activity.

Accommodation Styles & Rates

Accomodation LR

Stylish, simple and very comfortable.

As much of the classic heritage feel has been preserved as possible in each room.  All furniture, fittings and linen has been chosen to provide a mix of crisp contemporary with a touch of old style.

It’s important to us that you enjoy the experience of staying at the Grosvenor Hotel so we’ve made sure the beds are what you’ll need for a good night’s sleep as well.  We have a few different accommodation styles to suit anyone from just the one to a whole family.  Room rates start from only $40.00 per person, per night, for a bunk bed room.


The apartment comfortably accommodates up to 11 people, including a Queen size bed.

Apartment Accommodation

Apartment style accommodation is available, catering for up to 11 people.  This self-contained apartment was once the Manager’s Quarters and includes the facilities of bathroom, separate toilet, kitchenette (fridge freezer, microwave, sink), dining and lounge area.

The apartment has three bedrooms:

Bed 1 – Queen sized bed, sleeps 2 people.
Bed 2 – Double bed with a single bunk overhead, sleeps 3 people.
Bed 3 – Two Double beds, each with a single bunk overhead, sleeps 6 people.

For availability of accommodation and bookings, phone the Grosvenor Hotel on (08) 8552 1011.

A Piece of History…

Grosvenor (F Reed) 01The Grosvenor Hotel has enjoyed immense popularity throughout its colourful history.  It has been a place to rest for weary travellers as well as being a very fashionable place to stay by socialites and personalities.  City hotels had set a significant standard and with Victor Harbor being a major resort town, the Grosvenor Hotel was fitted with modern conveniences (including gas lighting in 1900) to attract the wealthy.