From scenic bush camps to design-driven Airbnbs, Thredbo accommodation offers magnificent stays in the thick of the action.
An alpine village overflowing with natural attractions, Thredbo is a year-round destination for outdoorsy types – and visitors are spoilt for choice in the accommodation stakes, too.
Whether you’re a thrill-seeker seeking ski-in, ski-out options, a group craving privacy, a couple in need of romance or a family hoping to please everybody, these Thredbo accommodation options are the best in class.
Thredbo hotels and resorts
Lean into holiday life with Thredbo accommodation filled with creature comforts, stellar onsite dining and an always-on atmosphere.
Thredbo Alpine Hotel
Best for: Easy access to the best mountains and Thredbo Mountain Bike Park
Offering the most convenient access point within all of Thredbo, the Thredbo Alpine Hotel is a rustic log cabin-inspired hotel that sits a short bridge away from the Merritts Gondola and Kosciuszko chairlift.
Thredbo Alpine Hotel is a peaceful retreat in the Snowy Mountains.
It’s the beating heart of Thredbo village, housing the renowned party playground Alpine Bar and its thumping live music events, and it’s only a few footsteps away from the best eateries and shops.
Curl up in the Merrits View loungeroom.
Inside, the rooms are cosy and tidy, some positioned with sweeping mountain views, but most importantly the staff are warm, attentive and full of knowledge, making first-time visitors extremely comfortable from the moment they arrive.
Lie down on the comfy bed after skiing all day at Thredbo Alpine Hotel.
Settle into the charming Lounge Bar for snacks, cocktails and board games (check behind the front desk if you can’t spot any) as the heat of its central open-plan fireplace radiates during the colder months. There’s also onsite parking, 24-hour reception, room service, a self-service laundry and ski storage.
Thredbo Alpine Hotel is a go-to stay in the ski village.
Address: 8 Friday Drive, Thredbo
River Inn Thredbo
Best for: Easy access to the beginners’ mountains
Another Thredbo accommodation option boasting direct access to the action, River Inn Thredbo is located right next to the Friday Flat beginners’ area and opposite the Gunbarrel Chairlift.
The hotel is home to all the amenities you’ll need after a long day on the slopes: a sauna, a secure boot drying room and ski room, a guest lounge with a fireplace, a laundry, a restaurant, a gin bar, and a large beer garden with live music – perfect for indulging in a spot of après ski.
As for the lodgings, rooms are modest but come in several configurations, making it great for large groups and families. They can accommodate between two and six occupants and interconnecting rooms are also available.
Address: 4 Friday Drive, Thredbo
The Denman Hotel Thredbo
Best for: Comfortable and quiet rooms for families, groups and couples
A little further back in Thredbo’s thriving village lies The Denman, a contemporary space that’s more relaxed than the Alpine or River Inn. Still housing rooms for groups and families, the hotel is clean and simple, providing a soothing oasis from all that action nearby.
There’s an onsite restaurant and an upbeat lounge bar that attract non-hotel guests for the great vibes. Plus, there is a guest laundry, off-site parking, a library and daily housekeeping.
The rooms themselves are small but sweet, with some featuring balconies overlooking the mountains and all with tea and coffee making facilities, bar fridges, private en suites and satellite TV.
Address: 21 Diggings Terrace, Thredbo
Bernti’s Mountain Inn
Best for: Luxe lodgings right near the action
Soaring a little higher up the sophistication ladder, Bernti’s Mountain Inn offers 30 suites that sleep anywhere from two to seven people. The boutique hotel is majestic at first sight, glowing with street lanterns and the soft mood lighting of its onsite restaurant Zach’s Grill, one of the best dining experiences in Thredbo.
You won’t have to leave Bernti’s for a good meal.
Once inside, the rooms are chic and clean with many featuring renovated bathrooms and a fireplace.
There’s also Bernti’s Day Spa providing all the sumptuous remedies one could need after a day spent galivanting, plus you’re only a short stroll away from the centre of the village and the chairlifts.
Sit back and relax in the chic yet cosy rooms.
Address: 4 Mowamba Place, Thredbo
Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa
Best for: A bit of slope separation
It might not sit strictly within the confines of Thredbo, but this amenity-laden resort is worth the small detour.
Located just a 15-minute drive from the alpine village along the magnificent Alpine Way, Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa provides a verified escape with lashings of space to roam around in, fresh lakeside air and a choice of chalets or apartments in either one, two or three-bedroom configurations.
Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa is perched on a lake.
It’s the perfect Thredbo accommodation for those who want to enjoy a few days on the piste and a few days off of it or those who have little interest in hitting the ski fields but want to enjoy what the Snowy Mountains has to offer.
Wake up to scenic views from your balcony.
Families are particularly well-catered to here. Go wildlife spotting on the resort grounds, home to kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, possums, emus, birds, deer, rabbits and ducks. Take a dip in the heated indoor pool, join one of the guided walks or mountain biking tours, hit the resort golf course, dabble in a spot of archery or tennis, or throw in the towel and splurge on the day spa.
Soak up fresh lakeside air at Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa.
Address: 1650 Alpine Way, Crackenback
Thredbo caravan parks
Providing budget-friendly Thredbo accommodation in the most tranquil of locations, the region’s caravan parks are always a safe option.
NRMA Jindabyne Holiday Park
Best for: Accessing both Thredbo and Perisher on a shoestring
Situated right on the edge of stunning Lake Jindabyne, NRMA Jindabyne Holiday Park is one of the prettiest budget stays in the region. Just a 30-minute drive from Thredbo village and 45 minutes from Perisher, the sprawling property is an ideal choice for adventurers hoping to dabble in both.
Get cosy in a chic Glamtainer by the lake.
There’s even premium glamping in the way of one excellent Glamtainer that sleeps up to four people and houses an indoor fireplace, outdoor dining space, ski gear storage, kitchenette and bathroom.
Snuggle up with the fireplace ablaze.
As for your usual caravan and camp sites plus cabins and villas, they’re all there and they’re beautifully maintained. Onsite facilities include a camp kitchen and pizza oven, communal firepit, a ski tuning table and drying room, a mountain bike repair and wash station, barbecues, playgrounds and a dump point.
Address: 6 Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne
Discovery Parks – Jindabyne
Best for: An array of options that cater for all travellers
Another picture-perfect spot for travellers looking to keep costs down as they access two of Australia’s most epic adventure resorts, Discovery Parks – Jindabyne also resides on Lake Jindabyne, throwing spectacular water views from every angle.
Stays range from unpowered tent and campervan sites to powered caravan and tent sites, plus there’s a whole range of cabins that cater for up to six guests. In-park facilities include equipment hire, barbecues, a kiosk, a giant bouncing pillow for kids, laundry, boat ramp, playground and dump point.
Address: 6532 Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne
Snowy River Holiday Park
Best for: Caravanning away from the crowds
Boasting a four-star rating, the Snowy River Holiday Park is a boutique two-hectare property within one hours’ drive from Thredbo.
The holiday park has a four-star rating.
Housing just 10 self-contained cabins, 20 powered sites and 16 unpowered sites, this Thredbo accommodation provides clean mountain air minus the tourists and lies on the banks of the Snowy River so everywhere you look is peaceful and soothing.
Go for a morning stroll along the Snowy River.
Facilities include a fully equipped camp kitchen, barbecues, a drying room, laundry and free wi-fi. The cabins are a great option as they’re fitted with en suite bathrooms, kitchenettes, TVs, microwaves, all linens and best of all, they’re pet-friendly.
Address: 1 Hamilton Street, Dalgety
Thredbo camping spots
Bask in the region’s staggering natural beauty with a stay at Thredbo’s convenient camping spots.
Roughing it reaps the rewards of seriously astonishing scenery and a smorgasbord of outdoor activities at the campgrounds that surround Thredbo and its village life.
The best of the bunch are located in Kosciuszko National Park, including Thredbo Diggings campground and Ngarigo campground, both accessible from the Kosciuszko Alpine Way. Fly fishing, wildlife encounters, epic hiking, mountain biking and even a bit of skiing can all be indulged in.
Airbnbs and apartments in Thredbo
Make it a home away from home as you and your clan take on mountain life by day and retire to private, self-contained sanctuaries by night.
Thredbo Alpine Apartments
Best for: Family-friendly stays in the middle of town
Right next to the Thredbo Alpine Hotel, the Thredbo Alpine Apartments offer cosy self-catering options at the foot of the mountains.
Thredbo Alpine Apartments are very homey.
Backing onto the Village just like the hotel, you’re on the doorstep of restaurants, bars and stores so the action never stops.
The kitchen evokes a cosy and airy atmosphere.
The apartments come in one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom configurations so big groups will especially love this Thredbo accommodation. Full kitchens, living rooms, mountain views in many, onsite parking, gear storage, laundries and drying rooms are available, as are the facilities found in the Thredbo Alpine Hotel including its 24-hour reception and free wi-fi.
Admire scenic sights from your window.
Address: 6 Friday Drive, Thredbo
The Cedar Cabin
Best for: Interior addicts seeking something different
If style trumps size then book into this sleek, minimalist Thredbo accommodation. Shortlisted in the Australian Interior Design Awards, the 54-square-metre Cedar Cabin loft has a minimalist industrial feel with bespoke fittings and fixtures, and a focus on textural, natural materials such as exposed rough-sawn timber and limewashed bathroom walls.
Escape to the mountainside at The Cedar Cabin.
Come winter, wash away the day in the cabin’s Japanese onsen-inspired bath, and come summer, idle away a warm evening drinking a crisp glass of rosé on the balcony and admiring unblemished mountain views. The property can accommodate two people, maximum, and is located just a two-minute walk from the village.
The Cedar Cabin evokes a vintage and rustic vibe.
Address: Diggings Terrace and Bobuck Lane, Thredbo
Snowman Apartment 4
Best for: Great location and superior comfort
Planning an alpine getaway with family or friends, and looking for privacy and comfort in equal measure? Consider the cosy two-bedroom Snowman Apartment 4, which feels like you’re house-sitting a stylish friend’s house.
An alpine holiday at Snowman Apartment 4 is the perfect family holiday.
Sleeping up to six, the upscale apartment boasts underfloor heating in the two marble-clad bathrooms, Miele kitchen appliances, a wood-burning fireplace in the lounge, and a balcony to boot. Skiers and snowboarders can also sleep soundly knowing that all their gear is safely and securely stowed away in the lock-up garage.
The interiors are simple but cosy.
Address: Diggings Terrace, Thredbo
Riverside Cabins Thredbo
Best for: Couples looking for romance
It may be located just a few minutes’ walk from the village proper but Riverside Cabins Thredbo feels as though it’s a million miles away from anything.
The secluded property is on the fringe of the village, right near the Thredbo Burger Bar – which means food and drinks are on hand whenever you feel like being social. When you don’t, you won’t be blamed.
Scandi-inspired interiors, decent-sized kitchens with microwaves, dishwashers and breakfast counters, balconies overlooking the mountains and TVs feature throughout, making it all too easy to stay inside and hibernate.
Stay in a remote and rustic cabin at Riverside Cabins Thredbo.
Address: Diggings Terrace, Thredbo
Thredbo chalets and lodges
It’s a holiday somewhere special, so make it a stay that delivers luxury amenities, distinct character and exclusive locations.
Best for: A special group occasion
The escape of your winter wonderland dreams (if it’s snowing, it’s nothing short of magical), Rockpool Lodge offers sublime Thredbo accommodation for families.
Spend a cosy winter getaway at Rockpool Lodge.
Step inside the two-bedroom and one-loft home and soak up the magazine cover spread in front of you which looks out to lush wilderness and the enchanting Merritts Creek.
The bedroom at Rockpool Lodge is chic and elegant.
An open granite wood fireplace, fully equipped kitchen, large screen TV, underfloor and gas heating, balcony with barbecue, drying room, laundry, sauna and king beds provide the ultimate creature comforts and there’s two car spaces so everyone’s considered.
Take a bubble bath in the tub.
Address: 30 Mountain Drive, Woodridge, Thredbo
Pure Chalet Thredbo
Best for: Bed & breakfast
Pure Chalet offers just four rooms with considered features sure to enhance your stay. Think king-sized beds with electric blankets, mountain views, underfloor heating in your en suite, a guest lounge with an open fireplace and a continental or cooked breakfast with home-baked bread, seasonal fruits and freshly pressed juice.
Pure Chalet is nestled within the wintery landscape of Kosciuszko National Park.
Moreover, the Kosciuszko Chairlift is just a 10-minute walk down the hill. And come summer, exploit the child-free Thredbo accommodation’s deck and barbecue while keeping your eyes peeled for wild bunnies and birds.
Settle into your classy suite at Pure Chalet Thredbo.
Address: 13 Alpine Way, Thredbo
Ski In Ski Out Chalets Thredbo
Best for: Pure luxury
Compiling 20 sumptuous, privately-owned homes right off Thredbo’s Supertrail, Ski In Ski Out Chalets arrive straight out of European-esque snow globes. The multi-bedroom houses range from two to five bedrooms and provide all the amenities any extended family could need while holidaying together.
Choose Ski In Ski Out Chalets as your holiday home in Thredbo.
Expect contemporary, enormous kitchens and bathrooms, jacuzzies, elegant dining rooms, stone fireplaces, ducted and underfloor heating through tiled areas, drying rooms and so much more.
Ski In Ski Out Chalets Thredbo has an expansive living space.
Plus, during the winter months, a shuttle bus will arrive right at your door to take you into the village and, as the name suggests, you’re faced with fresh, skiable powder every morning. Does it get any better?
Sit by the fireplace to keep yourself warm.
Address: Crackenback Drive and Ramshead Lane, Thredbo
Written by Chloe Cann and updated by Kristie Lau-Adams.
Keep reading our Thredbo travel guide for more tips on planning the ultimate escape to this rugged part of NSW all year round.