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Six Degrees Boutique Hotel


From $50

3 star

Charming, heritage, and ready to accommodate on your next visit to Albany. We invite you to enjoy country hospitality in the heart of the Stirling Terrace Historic Precinct. Harbour View, Vintage Hotel Rooms we have the rooms to suit you.

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For assistance with your booking call 1300 885 775 (+61 8 9460 4900)


Arrival Time: 14.00|Departure Time: 10.00
Hours: 09.00am to 05.00pm


Offering an on-site restaurant and bar, free parking and limited free WiFi.

The heritage-listed Six Degrees CBD Hotel is located in central Albany’s entertainment precinct, surrounded by restaurants and shops.

It is within a 5-minute walk from Albany Entertainment Centre. Some rooms boast views over the harbour. Located in the heart of the Stirling Terrace, Six Degrees Albany CBD Boutique Hotel is a 4-minute drive from the National Anzac Centre and a 7-minute drive from Middleton Beach. Emu Point is a 10-minute drive away. All rooms in the main building are urban-retro traditional pub style accommodation with shared/communal bathrooms. All rooms have a flat-screen TV and a refrigerator. Tea/Coffee making facilities exist on each level.

Our beautiful ensuited accommodation is in a different listing called Six Degrees Albany CBD Motel Studios.

Opened in 2015, Six Degrees Albany restaurant offers tapas, burgers and traditional pub grub as well as locally roasted coffee and modern craft beers on tap. For your entertainment there is live music from Friday-Sunday, including DJ's on Friday and Saturday nights. It also has live cable sports channels in the bar.

Couples in particular like this location – they rated it 8.5 for a two-person trip. We speak your language!

Cancellation Policy

We understand plans can change, so here are our conditions and policies

Except for all Non-Refundable bookings. Free cancellation up to 3 days before arrival.
If cancelled within 3 days of arrival the value of one nights accommodation will be forfeited.
If cancelled within 3 days of arrival 100% of total amount of the booking will be forfeited.
All cancellations must be done by contacting the website that the original booking was made on.
In addition there will be a $65 Albany Visitor Centre cancellation fee.
1 nights deposit to confirm booking full payment 3 days prior to arrival


70 Stirling Terrace, Albany WA 6330, Australia


From large roundabout at entrance to Albany follow the signs to the city centre (York St.), turn right at the top of York St. travelling down hill towards the harbour & turn left when you reach the Stirling Terrace roundabout. The Royal George is on the left hand side.



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Guest Ratings

Rated by 3 guests
Jane Doe
Best value!
Stayed in a shoebox room for a week and the service, location and price was all worth 5 stars. For it's price, it's well worth staying. It also has cute decorations on the wall. It has a lot of character and is rather quiet during the week

Kurt G
A great place in Albany
6 degree hotel is in the center of town the rooms are large motel style behind the main hotel and parking right in front of your door. the rooms are family size with a king size bed (very comfortable) and two bunk beads. It has a fridge, microwave, toaster and the usual Kettle for tea and coffee. The food served in the hotel is very good , they are large servings at a reasonable price. The entertainment was great Saturday night the Blues club gave a great performance and on Sunday there was a country singer with his guitar in the pub

Nicki R
Great little harbour view room
I booked the 'harbour view shoebox' room at last minute for one night. Nicely refurbished room with wardrobe, fridge, TV, bedside table, heater and mostly importantly a comfy double bed! Great use of space to make a cosy little budget hotel room. Shared bathrooms (cubicles as opposed to actual bathroom) down the hall. I stayed Saturday night, there is a DJ playing in the pub but I slept through no problem, you can clearly hear the music in the room but it's not excessive. Light sleepers probably wouldn't like it though.