I don't know anything about Brush, but I'm guessing it is a club that takes general public too. If there is something else special about it, I might be able to give a better answer.
There are a few at Falls, but not as many as Hotham. No idea about packages.
Alpha - my pick for this type of lodge
Chorki - close to FC Express which is good if you have beginners in your group
Cosella - close to FC Express which is good if you have beginners in your group
Schuss - don't know much about it
there may be others that aren't springing to mind.
Viking is a lodge owned by the lift co that is in the style of a club lodge with communal kitchen etc. Might suit you too. If anyone has discounted hire/lift/lessons included it would be them methinks
There is a lift, lesson & rental package offered by the lift co anyway. It could be that accommodation houses can't get better than that deal. They may offer a deal for convenience though.
brush is a good 3 star facility with shared facilites and good prices - you can jump in the outdoor spa with a beer after a day on the slopes which is a great way to end the day
for some reason they get discounted ski/hire packages and there are a couple of others at hotham that get the same - this doesnt seem to be on offer at other resorts but its a great way to save money when you only get to go for a few days each year
havent been to falls for over 20 years so looking forward to getting back there
We are members of Schuss and have stayed there a reasonable amount. Not sure how star ratings go but every bedroom has an ensuite but there is no spa. I think there was at some time but it was removed due to hygene issues. I have just been reliably informed that it does have a sauna though. Shared cooking and dining facilities. The kitchen is actually relatively new as it was refurbished a few years ago.
Abitlity to ski in ski out depends on the snow. It is in the middle of Parallel St opposite the Viking. You can usually get to either end of the street on skis and neither of these are that difficult to ski. It is then a short walk to the lodge.
There are a few shared lounge areas and a games room. The games room is usually taken over by the kids. Usually nice and social etc.
I stayed at Feathertop last year in Parallel street and took that trail back to the lodge. It follows the aqueduct for a while and is pretty easy skiing. Only thing to watch out for is downhill skiers and kamikaze boarders as the trail crosses one or (two)downhill runs.