Victorian High Country resort Grand Mercure Pinnacle Valley has been renamed The Sebel Pinnacle Valley Resort.
The popular resort is owned by Accor Vacation Club – the fully owned subsidiary of Accor, that has over 31,000 Members and that was established in 2001.
Guests will see noticeable changes, including fresh new designer uniforms, signage, in-house livery, with a staff trained in new Sebel standards, including the popular Host program, that sees guest welcomed warmly and individually. The staff is trained in discretion and top flight service as Hosts, and will be dressed in new uniforms designed by David Lawrence, Country Road and Sports craft.
In February 2015 there are more big changes coming with a $4 million dollar refurbishment to be completed by June 2015, to keep the rural retreat up to the club’s high standards, and that which couples, families, wedding parties, conference groups expect of Accor Vacation Club Resorts.
The Victorian High Country is world-renowned for its green, pristine scenery, the proximity to the Mt Buller snowfields, world-class wineries and stunning fresh food providers.
Just 2½ hours drive from Melbourne, and offering studio rooms, one bedroom apartments and two and three bedroom chalets as accommodation options, it is very convenient entry point to the Victorian High Country, perfectly positioned just half an hour from the famous Mt Buller ski fields and surrounded by rivers, mountains and wineries. This resort is an ideal all-seasons holiday destination where you can relax and soak up the sunshine by the pool in summer, or hit the nearby snowfields in winter.
The resort is well equipped with recreational facilities including tennis, an 18 hole mini-golf course, gym, volleyball, indoor spas, sauna, solar heated swimming pool, games room and an on-site horse stable – with riding available during the warmer months.