Stylish rooms, a medley of dining options and an intriguing lobby awash with contemporary art and sculptures beckons guests into this upmarket hotel, located opposite scenic Hyde Park and Marble Arch. Nestling the banks of Terrigal Lake stands this boutique lodge featuring a collection of modern rooms and spacious family suites, many offering views of the lake and Terrigal Beach. Central and budget-friendly, this hotel is just minutes from the charming coastal town of Gosford and features a sparkling pool, sauna, spacious suites and self-contained apartments.
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Encircled by pristine natural surrounds, this family-owned motel offers a sparkling outdoor pool and tennis court, creating a relaxing and comfortable base within the idyllic Gold Coast Hinterland. Tranquil and rejuvenating, this enchanting retreat in the mountainous Springbrook region offers just five secluded self-contained chalets featuring rustic timber interiors, crackling fireplaces, spa baths and spacious balconies.
Waterfront on Magnetic Harbour, these lavish coastal apartments capturing wonderful sea breezes and ocean views and feature spa baths, balconies, spacious living areas and full kitchen facilities. Cocooned in serenity within 45 hectares of lush rainforest, this private Bedarra Island retreat offers guests a tranquil, romantic hideaway with just eight luxury villas; most with their own private plunge pools. Framed by swaying palms amid a cluster of melaleuca trees, embrace relaxed coastal living in a peaceful studio or apartment at this boutique resort on Palm Cove’s waterfront.
Accommodation In Beijing
Famous Chinese culture in Dongcheng
Dongcheng is arguably the main tourist district in Beijing, boasting an array of popular attractions such as Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and the National Museum of China. Staying in this district truly immerses you in the rich Chinese culture. You’ll be able to truly appreciate this exotic country when you see the historical surroundings from your window and absorb the atmosphere in the city streets.
Share your visit with fellow travellers at the Beijing City Central Youth Hostel, where you have everything you could need including a 24-hour supermarket and a bar with billiard tables and karaoke. Alternatively, the Days Inn Forbidden City gives you well-equipped rooms and an ancient charm.
Chaoyang keeps the days full and nights exciting
One of Beijing’s biggest districts, Chaoyang may not have the large amount of tourist sites of other areas, but it does boast lively shopping, dining, art and nightlife spots. Head to the World Trade Centre Tower III, Beijing’s tallest building, for a memorable meal at one of the sky-high restaurants.
The city knows how to provide those much-needed holiday luxuries such as the rain showers and deep-soaking tubs in the five-star Park Hyatt, and the heavenly suites at the Four Seasons. For a bit more affordability, check in at the Holiday Inn, where you can enjoy spacious rooms and a relaxing indoor pool.
Stay south and busy
Chongwen is the smallest district in Beijing, but don’t let that fool you into thinking there isn’t much to do there. On the contrary, you can wander through numerous lush parks, take on the rides at Beijing Amusement Park, visit the Beijing Museum of Natural History or enter the sacred Fire God Temple. If you’ve still got energy after a big day, duck into Party Life where the karaoke seriously never ends.
The district features a range of hotels to suit every budget and need. Cheap accommodation such as the Guoren Hotel and Beijing Sicily Hotel still provide a good level of comfort to ensure your stay is pleasant. You could also opt to splurge a little more for a better location and sumptuous facilities at the Tiantan Hotel and King-Talent Hotel.