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Luxury Accommodation in the Blue Mountains

Pack your bags and check in to one of these luxury Blue Mountains accommodations.

Kyah Boutique Hotel

With heart-thumping hiking trails, spectacular lookouts, foodie hangouts and charming villages – the Blue Mountains region is a wonder to explore, on and off the beaten path. Only 90 minutes from Sydney, it is a quaint and romantic weekend destination that feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Making this destination all the more alluring is all the beautiful Blue Mountains accommodation on offer – from indulgent resort-style getaways to cosy weatherboard cottages to heritage-listed hotels. There are endless accommodation choices so, what are you waiting for? Start planning your next getaway today.

Read on for our edit of the best luxury Blue Mountains accommodation.

Kyah Boutique Hotel

Kyah Boutique Hotel

The bohemian Blue Mountains village of Blackheath is home to Kyah Boutique Hotel, a 1970s-era motel that has been reimagined with a ‘luxe’ touch. The 46-room, family-owned hotel sits on two exquisite acres, embodying everything travellers desire in a modern mountain retreat.

More cutting-edge than kitsch, Kyah Boutique Hotel is what happens when fresh mountain air collides with Palm Springs-inspired design. Think on-trend archways, curves and cutaway interiors; Art Deco-inspired furnishings and an abundance of space, resulting in an elegant (but playful) escape from suburbia. Be sure to book in for dinner at the on-site restaurant BLAQ for a hyper-local feast. 

13-17 Brightlands Avenue, Blackheath

Orchard Cottage

Orchard Cottage

From ceilings that soar to eight-metres high to the stone-clad wood-burning fireplace, this five-bedroom Hamptons style home in Leura is all about luxury comforts. Authentic French-artisan flooring with a heritage feel that dates back to the 17th century runs through to the open plan living, dining and kitchen with exposed beams above – the place where everyone gathers. Cosy yet stylish bedrooms and an outdoor deck and garden, this mountain getaway caters to year-round getaways.  

Leura Village

Spicers Sagnoma Retreat

Spicers Sangoma Retreat

In the heart of the Blue Mountains, you’ll find Spicers Sangoma Retreat, a luxury spot where you can sit back, relax and reconnect with nature amongst 10 acres of bushland. It has eight spacious suites with striking African décor, freestanding tubs, wraparound balconies and day beds that double as sunset spots. When you leave your room, you’ll be greeted with an infinity lap pool, a shared living area, and a restaurant dishing up gourmet delights.

Bowen Mountain, Blue Mountains

Lilianfels Resort & Spa

Lilianfels Resort & Spa

Gorgeous views over the Jamison Valley are just the start of what this stunning resort has to offer. The country house resort is cosy yet grand, with a Victorian-era lounge (which serves high tea), library, day spa, billiards room, indoor swimming pool and warming fireplaces. It is everything you could want in a luxury Blue Mountains accommodation. Oh, and did we mention they also have a multi-award-winning restaurant, Darleys, whose degustation may just be the highlight of your trip?

Lilianfels Avenue, Katoomba

Fairmont Resort & Spa

Fairmont Resort & Spa

Just an hour and a half west of Sydney, on the edge of the lush and pristine Jamison Valley, you’ll find Fairmont Resort & Spa. Perfect for romantic getaways, babymoons and family vacations, this resort truly offers something for everyone. With a spa offering treatments from facials to full body massages, and enough kids activities to keep your little ones thoroughly entertained, you'll never want to leave! The rooms are luxurious but it’s the views over the Valley that are truly showstopping. 

1 Sublime Point Road, Leura

Echoes Boutique Hotel

Echoes Boutique Hotel

A beautiful and historic 4.5-star hotel set amidst a manicured garden, Echoes Boutique Hotel is one of the best places to stay in the Blue Mountains. Overlooking Echo Point, every guest room offers uninterrupted panoramic views of the National Park. A breeding ground for creativity, the resort was originally built as a retreat for Australian novelist Thomas Keneally. Intimate with just 14 rooms, the hotel also offers access to the facilities at Lilianfels next door from the pools and games room to their luxe day spa.

3 Lilianfels Avenue, Katoomba

The Carrington (Image Credit: Visit NSW)

The Carrington

A heritage-listed hotel set in the middle of town, The Carrington is not only a local landmark, but it offers elegant hotel-style Blue Mountains accommodation. One of the original places to stay, you can pick from a traditional no-ensuite style hotel room to a premier view spa room. On-site dining at the Old City Bank Bar and Brasseries will have you stepping back in time, as will Champagne Charlie’s Cocktail Bar. And being perfectly positioned in Katoomba village, you’re literally steps away from everything the town has to offer. 

Katoomba Street, Katoomba

Hydro Majestic

Hydro Majestic

For a nostalgic stay in one of the most iconic buildings in the Blue Mountains, the Hydro Majestic is it. Overlooking Megalong Valley, the hotel is more opulent than ever, paying homage to a bygone era with grand ballrooms, a tea salon, and heritage-style rooms with an Art Deco-inspired design. The high tea, held in the Wintergarden, is a must thanks to its incredible views over the valley. With dining and a bar on-site, you have very little reason to leave this mountain beauty.  

Great Western Highway, Medlow Bath

Eden Farm Escape

Eden Farm Escape

An equestrian adventure where animals and nature sit harmoniously side by side, Eden Farm Escape ticks every box on our luxury list. From fruit picking and nature hikes to dog walks and horse riding, city slickers can relax, unwind, and get back to nature at this rustic sanctuary. The Blue Mountains are literally on your doorstep for wildlife walks and challenging hikes, but you'd be forgiven for wanting to stay within the confines of Eden's white-fenced green paddocks. Animal lovers can get up close and personal with the resident farm folk – you'll find donkeys, alpacas, goats, sheep, cows, and pigs roaming the grounds – as well as 12 horses and ponies in their equine centre, so you can book in for a couple’s horse-riding lesson if it takes your fancy. They're dog-friendly too, so you can bring your furry friend along for the ride. 

13 Hanlons Road South, Bilpin

Parklands Country Gardens & Lodge

Parklands Country Gardens and Lodges

With a daffodil-dotted lake, 28 acres of immaculate gardens, and Hamptons-style décor, Parklands turns on the charm for your Blue Mountains getaway. Their 28 spacious guestrooms are spread across seven cottages – each with garden views, soft, lush furnishings, gas fireplace and rain showers. Choose from their loft or suite rooms, then settle in to indulge in their on-site day spa. The dining room is used for breakfast, but their staff will happily point you in the right direction for dinner. 

Govetts Leap Road, Blackheath

Our edit of the best luxury Blue Mountains accommodation only touches on what’s on offer in this stunning region. To explore more of these misty mountains, check out 10 Blue Mountain hikes that will leave you breathless and the best places to grab a bite to eat in the Blue Mountains

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