A luxurious hotel stay is the perfect way to make your trip to Australia a memorable one. With Accor Hotels at your disposal, you can choose from a variety of stylish accommodations in some of the best cities in the country!
Saffire Freycinet is a secluded retreat on the edge of the spectacular Hazards Mountains in Tasmania. The lodge offers intimate, secluded spaces in a choice of twenty pavilions.
Saffire Freycinet is one of Australia’s most iconic lodges, offering guests an authentic connection to the world-famous Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay on Tasmania’s eastern coast. It’s distinctive in its design, exclusive in its features and set apart by a bold new approach to individually tailored experiences and service.
Ideally positioned to overlook the Hazards Mountains, Freycinet Peninsula and Great Oyster Bay, the Saffire’s 20 luxury suites are stylishly designed to reflect the surrounding landscape. Each has a generous relaxation area, an eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary furnishings and alluring views across Great Oyster Bay to the nearby Hazards Mountains.
Executive chef Hugh Whitehouse’s Palate restaurant showcases local produce in a menu that changes daily. Expect dishes that include yellowtail kingfish, wallaby tartare, prawn and brown rice congee and potato gnocchi.
A stay at Saffire also includes a variety of immersive activities to help you connect with the natural environment around you. From pelican bay kayaking to a visit to a marine oyster farm and a Tasmanian devil encounter, you’ll experience all the best that the region has to offer.
Saffire is a coastal sanctuary with a timeless view and a connection to nature that will stay with you forever. It’s a place where the best of modern Australian hospitality meets the beauty and depth of the land around it. Whether you’re enjoying one of the hotel’s Signature Experiences or relaxing in your suite, you’ll never want to leave.
Set in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre, Longitude 131 is a boutique retreat nestled on rust-red dunes overlooking Uluru. The resort’s fifteen luxury tents have been designed to complement the pristine environment, providing a luxuriously private space for guests to relax, rejuvenate and enjoy an incomparable natural setting.
Each tent pays homage to a renowned Australian pioneer or explorer while indigenous artefacts and historic relics are adorned on the walls. The sailcloth roof evokes the look of a traditional camping tent but in reality, these lavish tented suites are more like resort-style villas.
You can indulge in a variety of signature excursions during your stay at Longitude 131, letting you retrace the footsteps of early Outback explorers and uncover the rich history and indigenous culture of Australia’s spiritual heart. Whether you choose to explore the awe-inspiring landscape, hike up the spectacular Uluru mountain or go on a camel ride, Longitude 131 will ensure that every moment of your visit is an extraordinary experience.
In addition to the glamping experiences, you’ll also have the chance to savour delicious meals and drinks at Longitude 131, combining modern Australian cuisine with native flavours. The daily changing menu is served at The Dune House, a central dining hub of the resort that offers an unobstructed view of the monolith.
After your meal, you can take a drink at the feel-at-home bar or lounge on one of the many comfortable couches and thumb through intriguing Australian history books. If you’re looking for an even more romantic dining option, you can dine alfresco at Table 131 where you can enjoy the beauty of the desert starscape and hear stories of the area.
Park Hyatt Sydney
Park Hyatt Sydney is one of the best luxury hotels in Australia. Located in the historic Rocks district and boasting a coveted location between the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, this hotel is a superb choice for luxury travellers.
155 guest rooms and suites offer contemporary interiors, floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open onto private balconies, designer furnishings, and spectacular harbor views. Many rooms feature views of the iconic Sydney Opera House.
The king-size and queen-size accommodations are spacious in design, with luxurious fabrics and custom furnishings blending in rich layers of chocolate, cream, and beige hues. Specially commissioned artworks by Australian artists are displayed throughout.
A dedicated team of butlers provides 24-hour service. Guests will also find a modern spa, a steam room, an outdoor whirlpool, and a rooftop pool with a stunning view of Sydney Harbour.
Tucked away from the bustle of The Rocks village, where cobbled laneways, art galleries, and luxury stores thrive, Park Hyatt Sydney offers a tranquil hideaway. The Hotel’s two gourmet restaurants and a stylish glass-walled bar deliver a taste of local produce, modern Australian fare, and fine wines.
The hotel was recently reimagined by Melbourne-based design firm BARStudio, and all public spaces have been upgraded. New roof top suites will be introduced later this year, and guests can expect to see elements of the Australian landscape incorporated into the design of the hotel’s rooms and public spaces.
Tradewinds Hotel in Fremantle, WA is a savvy choice for the discerning traveller. Its 83 well-appointed rooms come with all the basics, such as tea and coffee making facilities and flat screen TVs. The hotel also has a spa, a sauna and a fitness centre. Guests can also enjoy the city’s numerous restaurants, bars and nightlife options.
The hotel is located in the heart of Fremantle and within walking distance to some of Perth’s most notable attractions, including the famous Fremantle ferris wheel. The most impressive feature is the hotel’s rooftop bar, which offers a 360-degree view of the surrounding skyline.
Whether you’re in the market for a one-night getaway or a weeklong family break, Tradewinds Hotel is a smart pick. Despite its small size, it’s a big player in the luxury accommodation sector and is a great base for exploring Perth’s many delights. Getting there is no problem thanks to the hotel’s complimentary airport shuttle.
Stylish and functional, the hotel’s suites are a cut above the rest. Among the amenities are a state-of-the-art business centre, a gym and a heated swimming pool with views to rival the best of them all.
A luxe escape in one of the world’s most beautiful cities, Hotel X Brisbane is the perfect place to base yourself while you explore all that this thriving city has to offer. The 404 pet-friendly rooms and suites are brimming with designer touches, including L’Occitane bath amenities, Nespresso machines and complimentary Wi-Fi Internet.
Boasting views of the Brisbane River and New Farm’s buzzing nightlife, this uber-chic sanctuary is the ideal base to soak up the vibes of Australia’s largest metropolis. You can also take advantage of a swanky rooftop pool and Bisou Bisou, a drool-worthy French restaurant that’ll be your new favourite hangout.
Discreetly nestled on Great Oyster Bay, Saffire Freycinet is a true standout among the best luxury hotels in Australia. Designed by Circa Morris-Nunn Architects, the stingray-shaped main building houses 20 luxury suites and a day spa that offers signature experiences like a gourmet quad bike tour and shucking oysters fresh from the sea.
It’s the first wabi-sabi inspired hotel in Tasmania and it’s setting a new standard for boutique hotels. Guests will find handmade, bespoke and reclaimed belongings throughout the space.
Book into the Ocean Suite for jaw-dropping views of Roebuck Bay, a freestanding tub repurposed from a wine barrel and BOSE music system. Or opt for the cosy Story Room to indulge in live music and cocktails, or down oysters from the onsite bar, Evolve Spirits.
Watson’s Bay Hotel
Grounded on the sandy shoreline of one of Sydney’s most iconic harbour beaches, this lively & fun boutique hotel is a whirlwind of activity in the day and night. With 31 boutique accomodation rooms and suites, 3 award winning restaurants, 3 harbour front event spaces plus one of the best views in town you’ll never want to leave.
In a world of hotels Watson’s Bay stands out as the top of the tree when it comes to seaside luxury. It has the honour of being the only property in NSW to receive the prestigious AAAA rating for its accommodation and service, while also making it into the top 100 of Australia’s hotels by a wide margin.
The property has a large and impressive spa, an awe-inspiring rooftop pool with spectacular harbour views, and a bar that’s worth the queue. The hotel is a short walk from Watson’s Bay Baths, Camp Cove and Hornby Lighthouse. It is a great choice for families with kids. The hotel’s other notable offerings include a small but efficient car park, bikes to ride (free), an event space, a surprisingly good restaurant and the hotel’s signature oversized marble bathroom topped off by fluffy robes. There’s a touch of magic here.