The Spectacular Australia
In Melbourne, we'll be staying for 3 nights at the The Savoy Hotel on Little Collins. Located within walking distance of some of Melbourne's most interesting sites, and authentically styled, blending contemporary design with its Art Deco origins, the hotel is a timeless gem in the heart of Melbourne, captivating in its individual character and charm. This historic yet modern property is smoke-free and offers fantastic amenities such as a fitness center, business center, free WiFi, laundry facilities, 24-hour room service, and the stylish Savoy Restaurant with mouth-watering food and exceptional service in quiet yet chic surroundings. All 163 guest rooms are designed as private sanctuaries with a stunning art deco design. They feature a separate desk areas, fridges and coffee makers, complimentary wireless Internet access, 32 inch LCD TV, iPod docking stations, and minibars. Each room offers a modern bathroom with walk-in rain shower, bathrobe, hair dryer and upscale toiletries.
In Uluru (Ayers Rock), we will be staying for 1 night at the Desert Gardens Hotel. Located under a canopy of towering gum trees, this newly redesigned hotel offers stunning views of the iconic Uluru as well as the resort's amenities: the Red Ochre Spa, shops, restaurants and cafés at the Town Square. The hotel's contemporary Mangata Bistro spills seamlessly to an outdoor terrace, serving light meals, the Arnguli Grill & Restaurant is Ayers Rock’s premier à la carte fine dining restaurant, while Bunya Bar serves cocktails that can be enjoyed while relaxing by the pool. The guests enjoy free WiFi, room service, Mingkiri Arts Gallery & Artist in Residence, a swimming pool and sprawling native gardens. The hotel offers 218 elegant air-conditioned guestrooms, opening up to a balcony or a courtyard, and featuring in room safe, TV with movies-on-demand, minibar and tea & coffee making facilities. The large bathrooms have hair dryers, plush robes and complimentary toiletries.
In Cairns, we will be staying for 3 nights at the Pullman Cairns International Hotel. This sophisticated hotel in the city center overlooks the Cairns Harbour and the lush mountain hinterland and is spectacularly positioned to take advantage of the tropical Cairns' best shopping, dining and cafes. The hotel features an all-day restaurant with a nightly seafood buffet and a lobby bar for high tea and weekend live entertainment. The room service is available 24 hours. Other amenities include an outdoor leisure pool, a day spa and a sauna, a gym and Vie Spa. The 321 spacious upscale rooms with private balconies offer flat-screen TVs and paid Wi-Fi, minibars, tea and coffee making facilities, desks, quality linen & towels and complimentary electrical adapters for guests' use. The luxurious bathrooms are equipped with a complimentary amenities kit, hairdryer, robes, and separate bathtubs and showers.
In Sydney, we will be staying for 3 nights at Sir Stamford at Circular Quay Hotel. This elegant luxury hotel is located an easy walk from the Sydney Opera House and close to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The hotel's amenities include a fine-dining restaurant and a wood-paneled bar which offer views of the Royal Botanic Gardens. Three is also room service, a fitness room and a sauna, an outdoor heated pool with a sundeck, and high tea is served in the afternoon. Sir Stamford at Circular Quay houses one of Australia's largest private collections of fine art, and features 18th-century antiques, open fireplaces and crystal chandeliers. The 105 spacious and luxuriously appointed guest rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, mahogany executive desks, safety deposit boxes and tea and coffee making facilities. The large marble bathrooms have double vanities and come equipped with bathrobes, slippers and luxury toiletries.
In the highly unlikely event that our original accommodations must be changed, the alternative accommodations will be a hotel of equal or higher standard. No change will made to the cost of the tour.