The top 5 luxury destinations in Australia

Lilianfels Blue Mountain Resort & Spa

Lilianfels is luxury at its finest. There are 85 rooms available, each with a comforting theme. Choose from pink, green or lilac flowery rooms to relax in. The magnificent views of the mountains from your room may keep you from wanting to leave at all. Indulge in a warming milk bath in the beautiful marble bathroom and snuggle up in a luxurious towel afterwards. Open the windows to breathe in the exhilarating mountain air. Enjoy a drink from the convenient mini bar. Enjoy a fantastic dinner at Darley’s Restaurant. Crystal chandeliers and intricate stained glass windows make this great for a romantic evening. Unwind at the spa with one of the top ten treatments offered, including a fragrant poultice or a vital glow facial treatment.

Jupiters Hotel and Casino Gold Coast

Jupiters has almost 600 rooms to choose from, including 29 suites and two penthouses. Gorgeous views of the ocean or the Gold Coast will ensure that you never tire of looking out your windows. Hit the gym or take a dip in the beautiful pool. The serene gardens are a fantastic place for an afternoon stroll. Get a private massage, or soak in the steam room. There’s even a hair salon and gift boutique if you feel the need to shop. If you choose a suite on an executive floor, you will be treated to breakfast with the daily newspaper, canapes with pre-dinner drinks, and a maid. The library is a great place to curl up with a book and just relax. All the excitement of the Gold Coast is just outside.

Angsana Resort Great Barrier Reef

Located in the heart of the largest living coral reef, the Angsana Resort has a great selection of rooms with amazing views. Relax in a suite overlooking tropical gardens and pools. Or perhaps a beachfront suite overlooking the turquoise sea is more your preference. Listen to the calming waves slide up to the shore as you take in the fragrant smells from the gardens outside. Get romantic with a couples massage. A hot stone massage, body polish or facial will leave you rejuvenated and revived and ready to see Australia.

Satori Springs Country Estate

This magnificent estate is located on 102 acres of beautiful lawns and gardens. Privately owned by a couple who wanted to offer a spiritual retreat to those who were seeking for such, Satori Springs has it all. Self contained cabins and cottages are offered, as well as a luxury apartment. There are also family suites which can sleep up to eight. An indoor heated swimming pool will welcome you when you are ready to unwind. Play some tennis or take a bush walk. The spa will soothe away all your aches, and you can even go rowing on the picturesque lake. Find your inner self at Satori Springs.

Longitude 131 Lodge Ayers Rock

For a totally different luxury experience, Longitude will take you to the Outback in a whole new way. Outdoor lovers who still want a little pampering will be in heaven here. Stay in elevated outdoor “tents” which are really cabins. You will stay warm in the winter and perfectly comfortable in the summer heat. Soft comfortable beds and cozy bathrobes await you in your room. Enjoy a mini bar, in room tea and coffee, a private bath and evening turn down service. Touch a switch and your blinds will open to reveal the most spectacular sunrise over Ayers Rock. Enjoy a three course meal under the stars complemented by exquisite Australian wines. This is five-star and adventure all rolled into one.

Dean Van Es is General Manager at Fast Cover.

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