There's nothing quite like an indulgent getaway. That's why we've rounded up five of our favourite luxury hotels in Australia.
Park Hyatt, Sydney
The Park Hyatt is located right on the water's edge at Circular Quay, with breathtaking views of the iconic Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. This location, and the luxuriously appointed rooms and superb service, has earned the Park Hyatt the reputation as Sydney's best hotel.
Art Series – The Cullen, Melbourne
Located in the heart of Prahan’s entertainment district, the Art Series Cullen is a dramatic and daring boutique hotel. Culture vultures will love the lashings of contemporary art work and original prints. After a busy day exploring Melbourne, working out in the state-of-the-art gym or dining at one of the two outstanding restaurants, you’ll sleep soundly in the Art Series Signature bed.
The Richardson Hotel Spa, Perth
This luxurious boutique hotel was designed by London architect Sir Terry Farrell, and the result was simple but beautiful. Suites are elegantly appointed, with views over Kings Park and Perth city. Opus restaurant blends French, Asian and Modern Australian cuisine to create an incredible dining experience.
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Adelaide
This upmarket hotel has a central location in Hindmarsh Sqaure. Facilities include a restaurant, bar, indoor lap pool, sauna, spa, steam room and gym. While the amenities and location make the Crowne Plaza very popular with leisure travellers, its forte is business. The top floor conference centre includes express elevators, a registration area and floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views.
Sofitel Gold Coast Broadbeach, Broadbeach
This five star Gold Coast hotel is the pinnacle of luxury. From the luxuriously appointed rooms, the two restaurants, two swimming pools, tennis court and gaming lounge to the direct beach access, guests here are pampered and spoiled for choice.