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Located in Blackheath, within the UNESCO world-heritage listed Blue Mountains, Parklands Country Gardens & Lodges offers free WiFi and a restaurant. I booked the property for my parents and they both came back glowing.
Hydro Majestic Blue Mountains has been elegantly refurbished and offers art deco inspired décor that reflect the rich heritage of this iconic hotel. All the staff were unfailingly polite and helpful and cheerful, without being over the top.
This historic boutique hotel, in the heart of Katoomba-Blue Mountains, features 3 separate guest lounge areas, a hot tub, and a sauna (Temporarily closed due to COVID-19). Close to centre of Katoomba. Stylish, Edwardian hotel, well maintained in the period style.
Fairmont Resort & Spa Blue Mountains MGallery by Sofitel is located on the edge of the awe inspiring Jamison Valley in the heart of the Blue Mountains, just 90-minutes’ drive from Sydney. Excellent kids entertainment, amazing breakfast, lovely staff. I would highly recommend this place.
Set in Leura, Sinofield Edu-Retreat offers 4-star accommodations with a terrace. Featuring a garden, the 4-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom. Quiet yet easily approachable location. Clean rooms and comfortable bed.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, The George Boutique Hotel offers accommodations in Blackheath, 25 mi from Penrith. Free private parking is available on site. It has a lovely ambience, full of character and extremely comfortable.
Perched on the edge of a ridge, 984 feet from the heart of Katoomba’s town center, this 4.5-star hotel offers panoramic views of the World Heritage Blue Mountains. Fantastic staff, very friendly and went above and beyond. Beautiful hotel with amazing views!
Located in Leura, Alexandra Hotel has a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. All rooms in the hotel are equipped with a TV and free toiletries. The staff the venue the location, great Pub
The viewing platform is being renovated for easier access for strollers and wheel chairs. There are 2 levels from which one can view the beautiful scenery. Parking can be at a premium. There is a pay lot a short walk away near the cafe. Afternoon light will be better for photographers as the 3 Sisters is east of the viewing platform. One can also walk to the rock formation.
Excellent. But I was dissatisfied with the Hotel Blue - the room (23) was extremely cramped. The heater was not adequate. The electric blanket was not working and we thought we will freeze. We just could not stay and checked out next morning and this was reported to the Manager who said that we have to organise refund through booking.com
Get there early in the morning to watch the sun rise as it’s beautiful and not too busy. Sunset is a must. Walk the track to the left of the main lookout to get away from the busses and enjoy nature and the spectacular view!
The Three Sisters were shrouded in cloud so unfortunately my 10year old didn’t get to see them which was one of the reasons for our visit. Though great walking down the Giant staircase and exploring the surr
The entire area has walking tracks to various viewing points. Some walks last 20 mins others couple of hours. My tip to really enjoy this area give your self a whole day to enjoy the Three Sisters and the waterfalls.
Sunday was crowed with many people from all nationalities. No facilities to park really close to the viewing area however elderly and disabled can be dropped in a designated area. Absolutely fantastic scenery and wonderful walking tracks.
Visit the Three Sisters late in the day as the crowds have gone and parking is free after 5pm.
Bats fly around the floodlights shining on the Three Sisters in the evening, and before the tourists arrive there are birds to be found in the forest. If this is your thing, then from about 10am - 6pm you get to see a plethora of bus driven tour groups in their natural habitat as well - early morning and late evening are Much Better.