Blue Mountains Luxury
The picturesque Blue Mountains offers a great range of luxurious options to select from, whether you stay in the region’s tourist centre, Katoomba, or choose a more secluded stay in one of the Mountains’ smaller suburbs.
With views of the iconic Three Sisters and a backdrop of the spectacular Blue Mountains National Park,
Ideally positioned within a secluded carbon neutral reserve and nestled between the Wollemi National Park and the Gardens of Stone National Park, Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa is an upmarket Blue Mountains escape that epitomises secluded luxury. From the warm and earthy interiors of the suites, each fitted with private swimming pools and cosy fireplaces, to the on-site day spa, horse riding tours and an elegant restaurant with idyllic views of the valley, the resort presents a wide range of exclusive inclusions.
Presenting uninterrupted vistas of the vast valleys and ancient forests of the Blue Mountains National Park, each of the intimate rooms of Echoes Boutique Hotel and Restaurant are furnished with an individual style, colour scheme, and selection of furnishings. The Echoes Day Spa offers an extensive list of luxurious treatments, providing an ideal excuse to leave your suite, while each of the hotel’s 14 marble bathrooms is fitted with either a rain shower or spa bath, making it even more enticing to stay in.
Overlooking the breathtaking Megalong Valley, the Hydro Majestic offers all the comforts of a modern luxury hotel under its historic ceilings. Recently refurbished, the hotel brings together a mix of art deco and contemporary design and provides guests with the choice of several restaurants and cafes within the hotel complex. One of the hotel’s restaurants, The Wintergarden, plays host to the Hydro Majestic Afternoon High Tea, where guests are invited to indulge in petite pastries, finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones and more while enjoying plush furnishings and panoramic valley views.