Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Australian Hotel Guide

Simply saying you’re going to holiday ‘in Australia’ is about as ambiguous as saying you ‘want something to eat’.

There are an infinite number of options available and some will suit your tastes while others will definitely not.

Australian accommodation varies dramatically from Adelaide’s hotels in the south, to Townsville’s hotels in the north and just about everywhere in between.

Where else for example can you stay in an underground cave with a four star rating?
At the Desert Cave Hotel in Coober Pedy you can get the real outback experience during the day and then head underground at night for a hotel stay like nowhere else in the world.
If that still sounds too fancy for you then why not visit Mount Gambier where you can sleep in an old jail?

Don’t think it’s had any fancy renovations either; The Old Jail Hotel will give you the most authentic of jailhouse experiences.

At the other end of the scale Australia also boasts a level of luxury surpassing your every need.
The Palazzo Versace on the Gold Coast will lavish you in luxury while Sydney’s Shangri-la will tend to your every desire.

If that’s still too close to reality for you then jump on a sea plane and head to Orpheus Island Resort, your very own island in the Great Barrier Reef.

Not keen on the water? Never fear because you can take a trip to the middle of Australia’s dry red centre and stay right next to Uluru at Longitude 131.

As you can see whether it be a tropical island getaway, a discovery in the outback or even a unique criminal experience there’s bound to be something for you.

From the quirky Adelaide hotels to the gorgeous Townsville hotels right through to the lavish accommodation that Sydney has to offer, Australia has you covered.