Lilianfels Blue Mountains

Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort and Spa is situated within the grounds of the historic homestead and original summer residence of Sir Frederick Darley, the sixth Chief Justice of New South Wales. Set amidst two acres of manicured gardens adjacent to Echo Point, this 5 star resort overlooks the most spectacular scenery in the World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains National Park and is a leisurely 90 minutes’ drive from Sydney CBD. Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort and Spa was designed to celebrate its Victorian origins and its ambience reflects the romance of a bygone era. Its 85 rooms and suites are uniquely themed with sumptuous silk and organza fabrics along with hand crafted wallpaper. The guest lounge has open fire places and is enveloped by lush green gardens and terraces overlooking the Jamison Valley. Dining is a special event at Lilianfels and guests are treated to a regional feast at Darley’s restaurant, the most awarded fine dining restaurant in regional New South Wales. This iconic restaurant is open 5 nights a week and serves contemporary Australian cuisine in a superb and historically inspired setting that can only be found at Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort and Spa.

    Deluxe Resort View Room

    These comfortable rooms are found on each floor within the hotel. Deluxe rooms are spacious, with rich sumptuous fabrics and wall coverings. There are 45 Deluxe Rooms in the hotel. Room Amenities include separate bath and shower - some with their own spa, individually controlled air-conditioning, windows open to mountain air, automatic clock, radio, cable TV, DVD player, direct dial ISD and STD, mini bar, tea/coffee making facilities, daily newspaper, European feather down doonas (duvets), blankets on request, iron & ironing Board, in room deposit box, bath Robes (for adults and children), detachable hair dryer, towel heating rails, with some rooms able to accommodate additional beds and cots available on request.

      Grand Deluxe Resort View Room

      The stunning views overlooking the spectacular Blue Mountains and the Jamison Valley are the reason why guests request these rooms time and time again. The serenity of the scene is enhanced by the fabulous décor of the rooms. There are 22 Deluxe Valley View rooms. Room Amenities include separate bath and shower - some with their own spa, individually controlled air-conditioning, windows open to mountain air, automatic clock, radio, cable TV, DVD player, direct dial ISD and STD, mini bar, tea/coffee making facilities, daily newspaper, European feather down doonas (duvets), blankets on request, iron & ironing Board, in room deposit box, bath Robes (for adults and children), detachable hair dryer, towel heating rails, with some rooms able to accommodate additional beds and cots available on request.

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      Darley's Restaurant

      With views across the historic formal English gardens and the escarpment of Jamison Valley in the background, Darley’s Restaurant is Lilianfels Resort and Spa signature fine dining Blue Mountains restaurant, renowned for its fresh, local produce, fine wines and innovative cuisine. Offering modern Australian cuisine served as a la carte or degustation menus with specially selected local and imported wines. With its magnificent décor, Darley’s Restaurant sparkles with newly revived old world charm accentuated by a spectacular setting and unrivalled destination - The World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains.

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      The Orangery

      Enjoy a hearty Blue Mountains breakfast basking in the morning sunshine. Wake up to a hearty buffet breakfast, renowned as one of the best in the region. With a juice station, Vittoria Espresso coffee machines, a range of hot and cold dishes, and eggs made to order by a skilled chef, there’s truly no better way to start your morning in the Blue Mountains. Orangery Restaurant also offers casual a la carte dining each weekend showcasing its modern Australian cuisine using fresh and local produce. The Orangery dinner menu is complemented by specially selected Australian and imported wines, all whilst enjoying a cozy country style ambience.

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      The Lounge

      The Lounge invites guests to relax in plush Victorian armchairs, curl up by the fireplace with a book, or simply gaze ouEnjoy sumptuous sharing plates, seasonal cocktails, luxury high tea and more at the Blue Mountains Lounge. Situated off the lobby of Lilianfels Resort and Spa, The Lounge is the ideal spot to catch up with friends and relax after a busy day in the Blue Mountains. The Lounge offers all day dining in a casual setting and features plush Victorian armchairs and lounges along with two fireplaces. It’s the perfect place to have a afternoon high tea whilst enjoying the spectacular views of the Jamison Valley and adjoining courtyard gardens.t over the spectacular views of the Jamison Valley. Afternoon tea is served in grand tradition daily and a stylish mahogany bar is the perfect setting for pre-dinner drinks.

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      Lilianfels Blue Mountains (4*) Activities

      Lilianfels Day Spa Blue Mountains is a refreshing sanctuary and haven for relaxation surrounded by the picturesque World Heritage listed Blue Mountains. The spa prides itself on its reputation for friendly, professional service with dedicated and highly qualified therapists and skin care products, all committed to your relaxation. The Day Spa features four spacious treatment rooms with private facilities to cater for individuals relaxation, couples, special occasions – hens and bridal parties, conference and event groups.

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