The Tablet 10: Best of Oceania & Pacific Islands

Hilton AucklandG’day! Another top 10 from  Tablet Hotels  and this time I’m going Down Under… it appears that the Pacific Islands don’t really get a look in, though!

  • Establishment Hotel – Sydney, Australia
  • The Observatory Hotel – Sydney, Australia
  • Hilton Auckland – Auckland, New Zealand
  • The Hatton – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  • Park Hyatt Melbourne – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  • Medusa Hotel – Sydney, NSW, Australia
  • Lilianfels Blue Mountains – Katoomba, Australia
  • Blue Woolloomooloo Bay Sydney (Formerly W Sydney) – Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • The Prince – St Kilda, Victoria, Australia
  • Hotel Lindrum – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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  1. irene says:

    i’ve been lucky enough to stay or dine in some of these hotels and they are good – the problem with hotels down under are that there are so many good ones now the hard decision is picking one in each city.

  2. irene says:

    If you stay in the Prince in St Kilda take time out to visit the Stokehouse restaurant right on the water -the food and atmosphere is brilliant and the view of the water is fab. Definitely worth a visit!

  3. vernon says:

    I agree with Irene,there are a lot of really great luxury places to stay in new Zealand, pick a good travel agent who knows NZ well and they can makes sure you have an amazing holiday.

  4. Matt says:

    I definitely recommend a feed at the Stokehouse, or Donovans which is next door, when you are in St Kilda – Melbourne.

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