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Over Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains
De ligging is geweldig aan de Jamison-vallei; in het gezellige plaatsje Leura met vele gourmet-restaurants. De kamers zijn sfeervol ingericht. Ook zijn er familiekamers te reserveren. Tot de faciliteiten van het resort behoren tennis- & squash-banen, een binnen- en buitenzwembad en sauna. 'Rest, Relax and Reconnect' is hier het credo.
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Airco, WiFi, televisie, I-Pod docking station, minibar, thee- en koffiezetfaciliteiten, kluisje en badkamer met föhn.
Zoals Standard, met vallei-, meer- of poolzicht.
Gelegen in de Blue Mountains, op anderhalf uur rijden van Sydney.
• 3 Restaurants
• Binnen- en buitenzwembad
• Tennis- en squashbaan
• 18-holes golfbaan (in de omgeving)
• Wandelingen (begeleid)
Tijdens uw rondreis Australië zijn de Blue Mountains zeker een bezoek waard. De Blue Mountains strekken zich zo’n 100 kilometer ten westen van Sydney uit. Dit 1100 meter hoge berggebied biedt waarlijk fantastische uitzichten en spectaculaire kloven.
De blauwe glans die de bergen hun naam heeft gegeven is het resultaat van de fijne blauwachtige waas die geproduceerd wordt door de hier talrijk aanwezige eucalyptusbomen. Het toeristische centrum van de Blue Mountains is de plaats Katoomba.
"Great place to stay."
My "new" husband and I spent three wonderful days at the Fairmont. Beautiful location, comfortable rooms with spectacular views and lots of things to do, we especially enjoyed the bush walks. Will definitely go back.
"Fabulous stay at Fairmont"
We had a great time, The staff are wonderful, the resort is beautiful with so much space and land. My daughter loved the ducks and the horses on the property. We had breakfast 3 times and we enjoyed the large variety each morning and the gorgeous mountains view from the restaurant. Nothing is too much trouble.
"Coming back from a black past"
Went there for our wedding anniversary. We were upgraded to a really beautiful room with a magnificent view. Maybe an average score is a little severe, given its recent past under Chinese management & ownership, when it was literally driven into the ground almost to a point of no return. Its resurgence has been remarkable, nevertheless, it must be compared with the competition. As a couple prepared to pay for the best we found housekeeping to be really good with nightly turn-down & a first class room refresh. Apart from the cheerful hard working staff that was about all that was remarkable about Fairmont. Food & beverage was a real let down, their premium restaurant was closed for the duration of our stay & after a dinner at Embers we decided we needed to dine elsewhere. Because we wanted to relax with pre dinner drinks & wine it was a return taxi trip each evening. Maybe good for families with little kids
"Be Careful When You Book"
I went through the official hotel website and booked a superior room with two queen beds for two nights. The accommodation write-up on the official hotel website states: â€œSuperior Rooms are on the higher floors offering great style and space for relaxation together with stunning views. Rooms feature a contemporary ensuite and views of either the lake, golf course, pool or valley.â€ I got room 319. The room was fine but dark (even though it was early afternoon and a sunny day) because the view was 100% blocked by tree leaves that were almost touching the windows (I was supposed to see the golf course). I insisted on a room with a view and said that I was even prepared to accept twin beds as long as we had a view. I was given room 355. It had 2 queen beds and view that was 5/6 trees quite close-up and 1/6 sky (I was supposed to see a pool) and when I said to the young woman who took us to that room that I was still not happy her reply was that views are not guaranteed. This was said with such authority that, although not happy, I did not want to keep insisting on a view and thought that maybe I had â€˜gotten it wrongâ€™. On the morning of our departure, I was going through my emails and saw that the hotel had sent we a reservation confirmation. I read the write-up for my booking and saw that I had been correct all along about being promised a view. I am glad to say that, given my photographic evidence of the view from Room 355 and the hotelâ€™s confirmation of my reservation, the manager agreed (after some persuasion) to reduce my bill by $100 and said that sales would be notified of the misleading information. I did not enjoy having to prove my point. I hope that this does not happen to anyone else. The resort is lovely; the staff was always courteous and the breakfast buffet was wonderful but, if I book again, I am going to be very careful about what I am booking. If you are planning to stay at the Fairmont, Leura, when the trees have not yet shed their leaves and you want a room with an actual and stunning view rather than a lot of tree leaves, select an even numbered, third floor room in the Megalong Wing, i.e. Rooms 332 to 358. This wing is also best because it is closest to the day spa, indoor and outdoor pools, gym, children's games rooms, tennis courts and pony rides.
"Mountain Air and Hospitality"
Just spent three fabulous days in the mountains at The Fairmont Leura. The resort is magnificent and the staff absolutely brilliant. They couldn't do enough to help ensure you had the best time. The resort itself is the starting point for several amazing bush walks into the valley. We will certainly return.
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