From $175 per nightThe Blue Mountains Manor House, circa 1876, is a magnificent rambling home constructed on solid stone and situated on spacious, peaceful grounds on the most commanding point at Mount Victoria....
Hotels in the Blue Mountains
From luxury resorts amongst the treetops to comfortable and quality motels, there is no shortage of accommodation in the Blue Mountains to suit the needs of a discerning traveller's needs. These quality hotels and motels let you experience all the comforts of home while exploring unique Australian bushland.
The Blue Mountains was a popular destination for travellers from very early in Australia's history, with Charles Darwin once touring the region. This history of travel is still present today, with a number of palatial hotels occupying pride of place in some suburbs. Complete with cafes and restaurants, these Victorian era buildings and guesthouses will transport you to another time.
The unique position of the Blue Mountains as a city within a national park means that there are a number of hotels that combine luxury accommodation with unique natural settings. Relaxation is all but guaranteed at these venues, offering spa style treatments to visitors in the middle of mountain retreats.
For those with a budget in mind, the region offers a number of cost-effective options without compromising quality. Visitors can stay in pub-style accommodation in some of the Blue Mountains best hotels - a great way to enjoy an evening nightcap by a fire before retiring to bed.
For families on the move, there are also a number of high quality motor inns and motels available. Situated close to the highway and tourist areas, staying at a motel in the Blue Mountains is a great way to create a base for further family adventures, such as day trips to the Jenolan Caves or one of the many bushwalking tracks the region has to offer.
Popular Blue Mountains Accommodation Options