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RACV Cape Schanck Resort

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RACV Cape Schanck
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RACV Cape Schanck One Spa
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Time Out says

RACV's Cape Schanck Resort is a great base to experience the best that the Mornington Peninsula has to offer. The resort received a schmick $150 million renovation in 2018 and now features a host of updated features including a day spa, an infinity-edge pool, three restaurants and an eye-catching design that juts out across the Mornington Peninsula's southernmost point.

The resort boasts 204 rooms including modest suites, sparkling villas and ocean-view rooms. The wedding and conference crowd will enjoy the two ballrooms and the adaptable conference spaces, while the golfers will be happy to learn the 18-hole championship golf course is as green as ever. 

At the day spa, One Spa, guests can relax and recharge by experiencing a range of luxury services. Think personalised skin and body treatments, relaxing massages and a variety of tranquil water therapies. Make sure you wade into the heated waters of the outdoor infinity-edge pool and soak in the views at dawn or dusk, or jump into the large indoor aquatic area which boasts a 25-metre pool with four dedicated lap lanes and its own spa pool and sauna. You can also get amongst the tennis and gym facilities within the resort.

RACV Cape Schanck Resort’s three dining venues – Mantellina, Lighthouse Lounge and Cape – each sit under the seasoned culinary eye of executive chef Josh Pelham, who previously worked at London’s Michelin-starred restaurant, The Square. Cape is the standout, offering the best locally-sourced produce from the region, such as local sustainable seafood, biodynamic meats, as well as artisan cheese and charcuterie. 



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