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The Most Luxurious hotels on the Australian Coast

QT HOTELS, NATIONALLY

One of Australia’s most dynamic and exciting hotel brands, QT Hotels are filling a much-needed gap in the Australian hotel market. They are known for their highly eccentric interior design with buzzy spaces to create a trademark hospitality service. They’re plenty mischievous, from the employees pop-chic uniforms, to the fun features, like elevators that play music based upon the number of people riding it, to little themed touches such as the cockatoo-shaped lamps. Currently, there are five of these quirky hotels in the chain with three more soon to open. Interior designers in perth have assisted in the styling of such hotels.

ONE & ONLY HAYMAN ISLAND, QUEENSLAND

Found in the midst of the Great Barrier Reef, the One&Only Hayman Island introduces  glorious natural beauty, restorative peace, luxury and escapade.

This private island resort, stylish elegance has propelled this property into a new class of tropical sublime; no passport required. It reflects the harmony of nature with magnificently appointed lodging set against the milieu of the Coral Sea.

One&Only has reduced the room inventory from 210 to 160 and configured them as suites, villas or penthouses with stylish outdoor furniture. Experience a range of private dining experiences. Shimmering pools or dive off your suite deck and swim across the gigantic pool to a private cabana. See hayman.oneandonlyresorts.com.

BYRON AT BYRON RESORT, NSW

A world class hotel that provides the ultimate luxury that bathes the soul and engages the senses, releasing you from the busy world to an oasis of calm. While it is very much part of the Australian landscape and culture,  It’s both refined and grounded, the perfect blend of perceptive service, flawless detail and spectacular natural surroundings.

Relax your body and mind or immerse yourself in the outdoors which is full of uniquely Australian joys, like sharing the boardwalk to your villa with a scrub turkey or a tree frog.  At the middle of it all a sparkling infinity pool made for reflecting natures’ wonders. There are also spacious, lodge-style rooms along a living tidal lagoon; you can dine in style surrounded by the lush rainforest canopy in our renowned restaurant and the Byron Bay accommodation provides exquisite facilities as well as impeccable service. Commercial property sales have boomed in Byron Bay following an increase of tourists in the area.

ARKABA STATION, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Sharing the remote 60,000-acre and staggeringly beautiful Arkaba Station with 9 other guests is a true luxury.  This vast working sheep station takes the exemplary Australian bushwalk to a whole new level. Flanked by the strikingly beautiful Elder Ranges, think thirsty creek beds lined with magnificent river red gums, Arkaba is recognised one of the most beautiful outback properties in the country. On a luxury overland safari explore the outback’s rugged landscape by day and expand your horizons from the air with a three hour helicopter ride and lunch one of Australia’s finest outback pubs and by night dine by lantern light and watch for shooting stars.

SAFFIRE FREYCINET 

Saffire Freycinet is Australia’s new luxury coastal sanctuary without the pompous ceremony, delivering sophisticated and intimate style and an inspirational experience. The epitome of what a modern traveler looks for, it is a comfortable place that allows us to see nature at its finest. Set in Tasmania’s Freycinet National Park, its three retreat rooms overlook the inspiring landscape and reflective pools. Saffire is one of Australia’s most spellbinding natural wonders, you’ll wake each morning to the pink-granite rocks of the surrounding Hazards mountains and the blue water of Coles Bay in a place that feels as relaxed as home.

SOUTHERN OCEAN LODGE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Southern Ocean Lodge, regarded amongst the finest in the world luxury lodge experience, it, offers a unique and exclusive travel experience on Kangaroo Island in South Australia. Sensitive and intimate with sophisticated beach homeware, it is a sanctuary of refined comfort and luxe. The celebrated world-class lodge offers a unique fusion of nature, superb spas and outstanding food and excellent service that leaves guests with the ultimate Kangaroo Island experience

THALA BEACH NATURE RESERVE, QUEENSLAND 

Thala Beach Nature Reserve, blends luxury  with impeccable eco-credentials, is the ideal start for discovering the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest. Thala Beach Nature Reserve provides an island-feel vacation and has been leading the way in sustainable tourism since opening in 1998. Close to Port Douglas’s glitzy resorts, it provides a feeling of unspoiled wilderness sets the ambiance since it is set on a coastal headland covered in rainforest.  Thala offers something genuinely different, such as rangers giving guided tours, tree planting, stargazing at an outdoor observatory, beach adventure, wildlife walks and bird-watching tours.  With its 83 luxurious bungalows standing in between trees and tropical vegetation , Thala provides a special combination of beauty, wilderness and seclusion awaits you.

HOTEL HOTEL, CANBERRA

Widely hyped as the coolest hotel in the country, Hotel Hotel, with its detailed design, surprising lavishness and extraordinary eating, offers a charming experience.  Andrew Barr, the Australian Capital Territory’s chief minister, aimed to displace Wellington New Zealand’s self-appointed status as “the coolest little capital in the world” with Hotel Hotel. We’re not sure how this plan progressed but Canberra’s edgy 68-room Hotel Hotel  won the International Project of the Year at The Building Awards in London in 2015. It’s incredibly luxurious, undeniably stylish and really rather special.

QUALIA, QUEENSLAND

Qualia is a spectacular exclusive resort which offers world-class luxury and privacy in a place of outstanding natural beauty in Queensland.It is located in on the isolated northern-most tip of Hamilton Island enclosed by all the grandeur of the Great Barrier Reef. It redefined the and was

named it the world’s best resort in 2012.Its relaxed aspect and mesmerizing calmness provides the ideal place to appreciate the beauty of each day, with a choice of sixty private individual pavilions, many of which have a plunge pool and natural touches such as outdoor showers, this is an Australian retreat that will make you feel like a member of Hollywood’s A-list. It is a completely private hideaway that can only be accessed by Qualia guests so you won’t have to worry about anyone invading your privacy.

ART SERIES HOTELS, VICTORIA AND SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Inspired by and dedicated to Australian contemporary artists, you can sleep amongst great art in modern day Australia. Art Series Hotels’ seven hotels in Victoria and South Australia each showcase the work and takes design inspiration from the namesake Australian, which is spread liberally throughout the properties, from shower screens to the lobby. Located in the hottest art and cultural hubs, the hotels boast of personalized service and sophisticated style.  They also offer an eco-vibe thanks to electric Smart cars and gracious Lekker step-through bicycles for hire, and cheeky ploys to draw out our own creativity, including children’s paint kits. Commercial real estate in Melbourne properties are starting to adapt some of the hotel interiors in an effort to give their clients a luxury styled office space.

PUMPHOUSE POINT, TASMANIA 

Pumphouse Point, found in the middle of Tasmania, on the southern hemisphere’s deepest lake, offers a brand new wilderness experience. Comfortably sheltered from the storms, it is right in the middle of a spectacular lake itself. This hotel used to be hydro-electric blockhouses that were transformed to offer luxury lodging for those who need a break from those conventional tents. Surrounded by some of the most dramatic natural landscape on the planet, the outside looks like basic concrete blots on the landscape; however, the inside is hip industrial chic, with views to die for.

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