Akuna Chalet 2
Akuna Chalet 2 is a modern architecturally designed luxury 1 Bedroom & loft apartment set in the Woodridge Stage 3 development - the newest area of Thredbo with spectacular views of the mountain. The close proximity to the Gunbarrel Chairlift, Thredboland and the Thredbo Leisure Centre makes it an ideal place for a family to stay.
Set over 3 floors this spacious apartment boasts all the amenities to make your stay a memorable one. The open living dining area is complimented by a gas fireplace. The large Master Bedroom has a King Bed and is en-suited.
Akuna Chalet is located opposite the lifts and ski school at Friday Flat, allowing you to be on the slopes in minutes or pop back home for lunch.
- Bedroom 1: 1x King Bed
- Loft: 1x Double Bed + 1x Bunk Bed
- Max: 6 guests
- 2 Bathrooms With 1 Spa Bath
- Platinum Package
- Off street parking for 1 car
- Extra cars must be parked in the complimentary overnight car park near the AIS complex at Friday Flat
Please select your dates below to check availability and book online.
For phone reservations, please call us on 02 6457 7132.
I love how ski school is across the road. I hope we will come back! Thank you - great pad - agree with 10/8/08 guests re extras. We'll be back.
Bergers/ Robertsons (29 August 2009)
Best Holidays of our life.
Wastells (27 June 2009)
Fantastic place, awesome snow & one of our best holidays with our kids ( 8, 7 & 2!0 - Can't wait to come back!
The Kerrs (27 August 2010)
Best two weeks in the year!
Anonymous (27 April 2006)
Thanks for letting us stay in your chalet. It is always warm in here which is really nice. Thank you.
Irena & Goran (26 April 2006)
All we needed. Great pad. Thks
Anne, Rich, Robyn & Ellis (25 August 2006)
We had a great time here, lots to do & see. We'll be back.
Sue Armitage & Paul Walters (20 June 2008)
Homey feeling, great location, excellent kitchen supplies apart from lack of coffee plunge!!
Machie (20 July 2009)
Just wondering what is the corridor upstairs for ?.
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