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  • 1
    Park Hyatt Sydney

    Park Hyatt Sydney

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    10 reviews

    I was absolutely blown away by the location of this hotel, holding prime real estate on Dawes Point in the Sydney Harbour, with each room (all have private balconies) looking out over the water and to the Opera House directly opposite. Full of tasteful design touches like aboriginal art paintings and grainy B&W photo blowups of the Harbour Bridge, the ...

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  • 2
    Westin Sydney

    Westin Sydney

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    9 reviews

    I loved the Westin, with its awesome location at One Martin Place, from the moment I first walked into the lobby. Glassed in by a towering high ceiling, the lobby interior encloses a huge square between the newer tower section of the hotel and the lovely heritage sandstone facade next door, with the nifty Mosaic restaurant giving a great view ...

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  • 3
    BLUE Sydney - A Taj Hotel

    BLUE Sydney - A Taj Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    6 reviews

    Probably my favourite hotel in Sydney overall, winning top marks for its awesome location in a rehabbed heritage warehouse on the waterfront, midway between the Royal Botanic Gardens and the leafy heights of Potts Point. While the decor in the rooms is a bit understated for my taste, they ARE certainly posh, comfortable, and well-appointed, with windows that open out ...

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  • 4
    Sofitel Queenstown Hotel & Spa

    Sofitel Queenstown Hotel & Spa

    Hotel Class:
    5
    3 reviews

    The Sofitel name is known the world over as a trusted brand in the luxury market the Queenstown version definitely lives up to that standard. Located in the heart of town there is a distinct Parisian feel to the property and a French elegance that flows into every corner of the guest experience. The decor takes hints of classic French ...

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  • 5
    The Darling

    The Darling

    4.5
    3 reviews

    An ultra-modern boutique property, everything about this place is chic and trendy. The staff are young and hip (if sometimes a little fake-eager), and all facets of the decor are custom-made, right down to the "rope room", a lounge area in the luxe house Japanese restaurant decorated in jet-black twists of hanging rope. The Darling gets huge numbers of Asian ...

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  • 6
    Mt Rosa Lodge

    Mt Rosa Lodge

    5
    2 reviews

    Mt Rosa Lodge may be a thirty minute drive from Queenstown, but it might as well be a million miles away. Forget the hustle and roar of town - this lodge is paradise on earth for those seeking the opposite. Nestled in the heart of Gibbston - the pinot noir capital on New Zealand this is the obvious choice of ...

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  • 7
    The Rees Hotel & Luxury Apartments

    The Rees Hotel & Luxury Apartments

    Hotel Class:
    5
    4 reviews

    William Rees founded Queenstown ages ago - and it took until a couple years ago for him to finally get a hotel named after him - go figure. It was worth the wait. This beautiful piece of architecture is an outstanding addition to the Queenstown landscape. Located about a five minute drive from the centre of town its slightly out ...

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  • 8
    Art Series - The Olsen

    Art Series - The Olsen

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    Forget the city center, Chapel Street is where the true heart and soul of Melbourne reside. Kitschy coffee shops and trendy boutiques are what this part of town is all about, so it's no surprise that The Olsen hotel—one of three in the city's Art Series—is itself a bastion of culture and quirk. The colorful works of renowned Australian artist ...

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  • 9
    Art Series - The Cullen

    Art Series - The Cullen

    Hotel Class:
    5
    3 reviews

    The Cullen was my favorite of the three Art Series hotels. It's just as quirky as its eclectically designed brethren, but with a location that I personally feel is unrivaled. The hotel is about 10 minutes by public transport from the center of the city (or 20 if you’re taking the tram rather than the train), but directly across the ...

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  • 10
    Azur

    Azur

    Hotel Class:
    5
    2 reviews

    Tucked deep into the hidden side of Queenstown this luxury lodge may be on the down-low but what it has going for it is top drawer. Down the end of a long secluded driveway Azur consists of several ultra luxurious cabins dotted amongst the native foliage. While the interior of the well appointed lodging may be the draw card of ...

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  • 11
    The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel

    The Dairy Private Luxury Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    5
    2 reviews

    In New Zealand the dairy isn't the place that you milk the cows, it's what Kiwis call a convenience store. Many moons ago when Queenstown was a fledgling little town this luxury hotel started its life as the town dairy - thus The Dairy. My how times have changed; milk, bread and chocolate has been replaced with fine linen, luxury ...

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  • 12
    St Moritz Queenstown

    St Moritz Queenstown

    Hotel Class:
    5
    2 reviews

    The St Moritz walks a fine line - it's a boutique hotel with all the personal touches you'd expect from an artisan accommodation. While at the same time they manage to house hundreds of guests a night in mass-produced luxury. It's a tough equation to balance, but here at St Moritz they pull it off and do it in style. ...

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  • 13
    The Canyons Lodge

    The Canyons Lodge

    5
    2 reviews

    With the hint of an African Game Hunters lodge The Canyons Lodge is nothing if not unique. Located a pleasant 5min drive from Queenstown on the banks of the Shotover River this beautiful lodge is awash with images of the veldt and the odd lion skin on the floor. The Deluxe room on the top floor is jaw-droopingly good and ...

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  • 14
    The Diamant Boutique Hotel Sydney

    The Diamant Boutique Hotel Sydney

    Hotel Class:
    4
    5 reviews

    A nice option in Kings Cross for those looking to stay a little bit upscale, the Diamant offers decent value for money, with tasteful modern decor. Some of the rooms are showing a little bit of wear, but it's hard to argue with the location, a very short walk to the Kings Cross train station and to buses all over ...

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  • 15
    The Observatory Hotel

    The Observatory Hotel

    Hotel Class:
    4
    3 reviews

    Going over-the-top for a feel of classical luxury, the Observatory presents itself ably as a five-star property, from the ultra-ornate lobby (lovely) to the great water views and plush beds in enormous rooms (huge bathrooms too!). The restaurant is a popular place for high tea (recommended), and the pool on the lower level is lovely as well. It's a bit ...

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  • 16
    Grace Hotel Sydney

    Grace Hotel Sydney

    Hotel Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews

    The Grace Hotel lobby seems like something a little out of Mad Men, with a kind of bygone classiness and polish that's immediately appealing. The building is a heritage site and it shows, and the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff are immediately noticed and appreciated. The rooms were nice, with little touches of character like coffee-table books and a ...

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  • 17
    Art Series - The Blackman

    Art Series - The Blackman

    4
    2 reviews

    The lobby of the Blackman clearly reveals the hotel’s status as one of the city’s three Art Series hotels (the others being the Cullen and the Olsen). The walls are adorned with a dizzying array of the works of Australian artist Charles Blackman. Beyond the entryway, the hotel proudly displays Blackman’s largely bunny-themed art around every corner of the modern ...

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  • 18
    Medusa Boutique Hotel

    Medusa Boutique Hotel

    3
    3 reviews

    Just down the road from the gay mecca of Oxford Street, and minutes from the bars of Kings Cross, the Medusa Hotel in its 1832 heritage terrace building has a quirky, boutique feel -- notice the antler-shaped chandelier hanging in the foyer. The decor in the rooms is a slick art-deco (think 1950's LA), and little flourishes like the leather ...

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  • 19
    Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa

    Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa

    Hotel Class:
    5
    13 reviews

    It's a pretty easy decision to make when you go to Bora Bora. Stay above the water at least for a few nights and enjoy jumping from your balcony into the crystal clear water. Snorkel above and see all the fish. Sit in the sun and enjoy a tan. Or swim in the double infinity pool. Now the food, well ...

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  • 20
    The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

    The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

    Hotel Class:
    5
    11 reviews

    One of the most beautiful places I have ever seen! The Bungalows are the most luxurious and almost 1100 square feet. Those are the basic accomodations and it only gets better from there. The service is so overwhelming because the staff anticipates your every need. My only criticism is that the resort is very narrow and spread out so in ...

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