Located in Australia's spectacular Blue Mountains district, Hotel Blue is a boutique 1920s, old-world charm hotel that captures a bygone era.
The marvellous Hotel Blue features 25 cosy and comfortable guest rooms, 3 cottages, a spacious lounge with warm fireplaces, quirky decor, and a speakeasy. Continental breakfast is complimentary for guests staying in the hotel rooms and is available at an additional cost for guests staying in the cottages.
Allow yourself to step back into the 20s amidst the rich art-deco style furnishings. Ornate chandeliers, velvet flocked wallpaper, beautiful antique furniture, richly embellished ceilings, hand-carved timber panelling and old-time jazz and blues tunes playing in the background give Hotel Blue its unique ambience. Sink into a comfortable armchair and bask in front of a roaring log fire in the open fireplace in the spacious guest lounge during the winter months, and enjoy a game and a glass of wine from the hotel's on-site speakeasy.
RECEPTION OPENING HOURS
Sunday-Thursday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday-Saturday 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Guests arriving outside reception opening hours are kindly requested to telephone the Hotel on
+61 (0)2 4782 6922no later than 6:00 pm on the arrival date to make arrangements for a late check-in.
YOUR BLUE MOUNTAINS
Hotel Blue is just a 10-minute stroll from Echo Point Look-out with its world-famous views of the Three Sisters. Echo Point is the starting point for walking tracks in all directions. Ranging from leisurely cliff-top strolls with spectacular views of the mountains and valleys to more challenging walks that will reward you with glimpses of lush rainforest pockets, cascading waterfalls and towering ancient forests.
To explore the rainforest in a leisurely fashion, take a short stroll from Echo Point to Scenic World. The Scenic Railway, the world's steepest incline passenger railway, will take you from the cliff tops down to the depths of the rainforest, where you can wander amongst the majestic towering trees and explore the relics of the historic coal mines. Then you can glide back up through the treetops on the Cableway. A ride across the gorge in the glass-bottomed Skyway carriage suspended 270 metres above Katoomba Falls, will let you experience some of the most spectacular views of the Blue Mountains.
The Blue Mountains have long been a favourite haunt of artists, writers and musicians. Katoomba is a hub of creative activity. It attracts those who find their inspiration amidst the serenity of the deep blue hill and draws travellers who come from near and far to explore the myriad of antique and vintage emporiums, wander through the local art galleries and enjoy the thriving music scene.
To help you get as much as possible out of your stay in the Blue Mountains, Hotel Blue’s friendly staff will advise you on all the local attractions. The world-renowned Jenolan Caves, Scenic World’s spectacular Skyway, Railway and Cableway rides, guided eco-tours, bushwalking, horse riding, mountain biking, abseiling, rock climbing and canyoning, as well as the Blue Mountains Explorer Bus that will take you to all the local attractions and back to Hotel Blue again.