Enjoy life’s best with luxury accommodation at the Blue Mountains. With all the splendid sights to see, a day wouldn’t suffice to see the natural beauty and rich heritage of the Blue Mountains in its entirety.
Visit Scenic World and hop on the world’s steepest passenger railway, stop by Echo Point to marvel at the wonder exemplified by the Three Sisters rock formation.
Then continue the Blue Mountains luxe experience – bite into a filling lunch at Leura and take home a box of fine chocolates from Josophan’s, and end the day in a luxurious suite with breath-catching views of the Blue Mountains.
Blue Mountains Luxury Accommodation
Click through some of the best luxury hotels and resorts in the Blue Mountains below to check availability and pricing.
Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa
Clad in Edwardian aesthetic, Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa is a picturesque destination that epitomize old world elegance, charm, and utmost comfort with its grand accommodations.
Set amidst the scenery of the Blue Mountains National Park, this award-winning resort is the idyllic site of dream weddings, honeymoons, holidays, and special occasions in celebration of life’s milestones.
The ochre-toned peaks of Three Sisters and the three-tiered waterfalls of Wentworth Falls are a five-minute walk away from the spa resort.
Sitting upon the hotel’s two acres of beautifully manicured gardens are a full-service spa, restaurant and bar, tennis court, library, gym, and a heated indoor and outdoor pool.
All 89 luxury suites and deluxe rooms are outfitted with flat-screen TVs with cable channels, free Wi-Fi, coffee and tea makers, minibars, and all-day room service.
Hydro Majestic Hotel
Hydro Majestic Hotel is the crown jewel of Medlow Bath, standing on a 1.1 kilometre stretch along the edge of the Blue Mountains escarpment.
This Art Deco hotel exhibits grandeur and heritage, from its interiors to the panoramic views of Megalong Valley.
Katoomba, Blackheath Village, and Govett’s Leap are a short distance away from the hotel.
Indulge your senses as you look over the resplendent views whilst having high afternoon tea in the Wintergarden, a delightful lunch at the Boiler House Café, or fine wine at the Salon du The.
Hydro Majestic Hotel offers a range of premium accommodations to suit the varying preferences of guests.
Choose among the 54 guest rooms, which reflect the building’s Art Deco roots complemented with a black and white palette and modern accents.
Rooms are decked with a posh en suite bathroom, LED TV with Foxtel channels, high speed internet, and in-room safe.
Where to stay?
Blue Mountains resorts provide luxurious lodgings with a wide range of amenities, including restaurants, recreation areas, conference and wedding venues, and other services tailored to your specific needs.
Echoes Boutique Hotel
Set at the periphery of Echo Point’s Jamison Valley, Echoes Boutique Hotel and Restaurant offers luxury accommodations with broad, spectacular views of the Blue Mountains National Park from every room.
As an upscale boutique hotel, Echoes prides itself on its personalized customer service and cosy ambience.
This award-winning hotel features an outdoor infinity pool and indoor heated swimming pool, fully-equipped gym, floodlit tennis court, sauna and spa, and a games room.
Echoes Restaurant elevates the luxurious sensory experience in the Blue Mountains with its sumptuous menu of contemporary Australian cuisine, served in a scenic clifftop setting.
Fourteen modern guest rooms and suites await visitors, all equipped with an elegant marble bathroom, LCD TV, DVD player, and Wi-Fi access.
Each room is a vantage point overlooking the stunning valleys and lush rainforests that radiate magnificence of the Blue Mountains.