Relax, indulge and relish... Everyone deserves the opportunity to experience the thrill of luxury travel, and those seeking an outstanding hotel need look no farther than their own back yard.
Whether it’s inner-city chic, lazy beachside escapes or the ultimate in high-end glamping, we have you covered in this state-by-state guide to some of Australia’s most breathtaking destinations.
Nestled in an impossibly scenic part of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains, Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is a boutique haven that offers a delicious escape from the world.
Voted Australia’s Number One Hotel in the 2016 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards, this stunning hotel is dedicated to the preservation of its natural surroundings. Guests can immerse themselves in conservation activities, explore on horseback, or get a glimpse into the lives of the early settlers through a historical tour.
The Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa’s island chic luxury offers a truly zen experience set against a backdrop of stunning Indian Ocean sunsets.
Housing Australia’s first L’Occitane spa, as well as its very own ‘The Buddha Sanctuary’ meditation and yoga garden, Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa is all about creating an atmosphere of peaceful decadence and provides a place to reconnect with self, family and life in general.
South Australia is regularly featured as one of Australia’s top travel spots, and the multi-award winning Southern Ocean Lodge is a luxury destination of choice for both domestic and international travellers.
This stunning, secluded hotel is located on the cliff tops of Kangaroo Island, and offers amazing views over the island and gorgeous coastline. Modern design is melded seamlessly with the natural nuances of the island, creating a unique, eco-chic style that is a definite must on the luxury accommodation bucket list.
Melbourne is known as the cultural capital of Australia, so it’s no surprise that it also hosts one of country’s most stylish hotels.
The Cullen Hotel offers the ultimate in boutique accommodation, with its funky, fresh, ultra modern décor based on the artworks of Australian artist Adam Cullen. Situated in the eclectic Melbourne precinct of Prahran, The Cullen provides the very best of inner-city indulgence.
The Peninsula Experience encapsulates the very essence of peace and tranquillity. Surrounded by the raw beauty of the Tasmanian bush on a private peninsula, these gorgeous rooms and their 250 acres of surrounding wildlife offer the perfect hideaway for romance or reconnection.
Divided into two separate accommodation options, The Boat House and The Peninsula House provide sophisticated, self-contained properties that provide a sense of home away from home.
If sipping cocktails from a pool bar or devouring the best oysters in town sound like your kind of paradise, then the Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort is your hotel of choice for a luxurious Queensland getaway.
The iconic 295-suite, five-star resort helped put the Gold Coast on the map some twenty years ago and continues to draw people in droves, be it for business, pleasure or both. Set only metres from Northern Main Beach, Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort boasts the best of what the glitter strip has to offer, with Pacific Ocean views on one side and high-end retail therapy across the road at the famous Marina Mirage.
Undoubtedly one of the most famous hotels in Australia, Longitude 131 is the go-to place to soak up the unique serenity of the iconic Red Centre.
Based at the spiritual heart of Australia, Longitude 131 exudes a captivating serenity that epitomises the true Australian outback. One can’t help but lose track of time while immersed in the surroundings of the World-Heritage listed wilderness of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
Limited to 15 luxury tents, Longitude 131 is an unforgettable and inimitable accommodation experience.
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The rock making up the cliffs is old, so old, it predates life on earth. Let that sink in for a moment.
“I can’t see any fossils in any these rocks,” I ask my guide Carly.
“These rocks were formed before there was anything to fossilise,” she replies plainly.