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Top tips for finding the perfect Blue Mountains hotel
Needing accommodation in Katoomba, Blue Mountains, but don't have a car? There are two hotels across the road from the train station; they are The Carrington Hotel, which also serves a complimentary breakfast, and The Metropole, which has a lot of character and a business centre. If you want to visit the attractions via public transport, you can jump on the Blue Mountains Explorer Bus, which leaves from the train station.
Looking for accommodation close to train in Medlow Bath? There are a few accommodation options available close to the Medlow Bath Station, such as The Hydro Majestic Hotel, roughly 4min on foot, or The Chalet Guesthouse and Studio, Holly Lodge and Our Glenbogle, all around a 10min walk away.
If you need a full kitchen for your stay, there is no shortage of options. Holly Lodge, The Gatehouse, Seven Sisters Escarpment View and Murrarang all offer self-catering facilities.
If you are seeking extra services to go along with your accommodation, The Chalet Guesthouse and Studio serves a complimentary breakfast and has a butler service.
There are a few accommodation options for people who need disability access across the Blue Mountains, such as G’Day Motel in Medlow Bath, Echo Point Motor Inn in Katoomba and Silvermere Guesthouse in Wentworth Falls.
If you would like to take your pet with you on your stay, there are a few pet-friendly places to look at; Rutland Cottage, Holly Lodge and Murrarang all accept pets on request.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Blue Mountains
Hotels are safe environments for travellers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Blue Mountains.
Based on KAYAK hotel searches, the most popular destination is Sydney (98% of total searches to Blue Mountains). The next most popular destinations are Katoomba (1%) and Leura (1%).
Want to explore the great outdoors in the Blue Mountains for the weekend as well as have some family downtime? Then we recommend Murrarang, which comfortably sleeps eight people; with a large balcony, you can BBQ, and you can all cosy up to tell some tales around the large fire pit.
Strolling around the historic towns and parks of the picturesque Blue Mountains sounds like a treat, but can you do it with your pet? The KAYAK team assures you that you can; there are a number of pet-friendly accommodations available. We recommend Rutland, which also has beautiful grounds to wander through.
The Blue Mountains itself is full of historical charm with a wide range of historical buildings. When driving through the Mountains, you will want to stay in all the houses. With that in mind, we have found a gasp-worthy sandstone gem that we recommend: The Gatehouse, Medlow Bath.
Medlow Bath has a range of accommodation options for experiencing the beauty of nature. We recommend a stay at the Seven Sisters Escarpment Views cottage. The cottage overlooks the stunning Kanimbla Valley (for those sunsets) and has walking trails and a hot tub in the forest to relax.
The Hydro Majestic is an icon, not just in the Blue Mountains but throughout Australia. It has been revamped and has a coffee shop, restaurant (with a panoramic view) and a lounge bar, which gives couples plenty to do. We recommend staying here as the rooms have intimate settings for two.
Where to stay in Blue Mountains?
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