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Published December 16th 2013
A place to stay, out of the way
Heading to Mandurah Quay Resort for a mid week wedding, it seamed logical to spend the night. While the normal check-in time is 2pm, we were given permission to check-in at 12pm as part of the wedding, thumbs up for them.
The Resort's Apartments
The first impressions of the two bedroom, two bathroom apartment were good, it was clean with facilities to be self sufficient if you wish during an extended stay, fridge, cooking facilities, washing machine and dryer.
The pool area is well set out, with multiple access points, a heated spa, a covered shallow area for small children, and easy access to the resort's gym and tennis court. There is also many trees surrounding the pool offering shaded areas when out of the pool throughout the day. Unfortunately during our stay the pool was a little bit cold for me to swim in, but my partner and his daughter enjoyed it.
The set up for the wedding was everything you'd expect from a resort venue, with a large dance floor, and plenty of seating and space for all the guests.
Wedding Set Up
The buffet dinner was very tasty, and there was plenty of food for everyone, this includes the buffet breakfast that was available for the wedding guests the next morning, and the variety of drinks on offer was also what you'd expect.
On a whole the wedding and stay at Mandurah Quay Resort was very good, although the rooms could do with an upgrade as they have and old look and feel to them. Would recommend staying here if you are looking for somewhere to stay in Mandurah, that's slightly off the main drag.