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KamerbeschrijvingenDeluxe Resort View
Airco, WiFi, televisie, DVD-speler, iPod-dockingstation, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, föhn en badkamer met bad en aparte douche.
Deluxe Spa Resort View
Airco, WiFi, televisie, DVD-speler, iPod-dockingstation, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, föhn en badkamer met groot hoekbad en aparte douche.
Grand Deluxe Resort View
Airco, WiFi, televisie, DVD-speler, iPod-dockingstation, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, föhn en badkamer met bad en aparte douche. Ruime kamer.
Gelegen in de Blue Mountains en naast de Three Sisters, op korte afstand van Sydney.
- 3 Restaurants
- 2 Lounges
- WiFi (basis gratis, high speed tegen betaling)
- Binnen- en buitenzwembad
- 18-holes golfbaan (in de omgeving)
- Diverse excursiemogelijkheden in directe omgeving zoals wandelingen en tour per segway
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.
If you're going to the Blue Mountains you have to do it in style.... Lilianfels is the ultimate romantic escape to experience the three sisters from. Find yourself in a room with a view of the stunning valley below, beautifully designed with old world charm. Enjoy a refreshing dip in the outdoor pool, followed by a warming soak in the indoor heated pool, all after a walk down (or up) the Giant Staircase, to see the magical Three Sisters. Don't forget to make an advance booking for Darley's.
"Perfect for Family's with young children"
Beautiful outdoor pool, and gardens are extremely pleasant to walk around in. Would most likely suit people with younger children then those with teenagers. Has amenities such as restaurant(s), and a billiards room. Rooms although cozy could do with an update/renovation. Less then ten minutes walk away from Echo Point, and viewing the three sisters! Prime Location, and comforting environment. In the afternoon, after a day of doing bush walks, it is a perfect opportunity to have high tea!
"A gracious and well appointed hotel for a romantic weekend"
We spent a fantastic weekend in December 2016 at this hotel to celebrate my wife's birthday. There were 6 adults and 5 children. All of us were kept busy with having fun and indulgences in the restaurant. Great services at all of the amenities. Great location for bush walking to Echo Point to admire the Three Sisters. The kids enjoyed both the indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
"close to all the sights"
Walking distance to the three sisters, echo point, katoomba falls, Laurel Cascades, and Scenic world. Breakfast buffet disappointing for the price, but no convenient alternative. Nice comfortable hotel. Dinner in hotel reasonably priced compared to their affiliated restaurant.
I've just got back from Lilienfels and I must say it was better than last time (see review dated 1st March 2015). First of all reception were charming (UNLIKE last time) and there was obviously a 'spare' waiting there to help with your cases, if required. A big tick there. I'm afraid I still don't like the rooms....mine was OK....large and spacious certainly but somehow very old fashioned and dated. I do think someone should have a look at current fabrics and wallpapers.....I think you will find they have changed in the last twenty years and do not look so chintzy and granny-ish. Still lovely cosmetics in the bathroom so that's a nice plus..... Still lots of children running around the pool screaming (again not the hotel's fault) and not properly supervised by their parents. What is wrong with them-have they no concept of letting their children invade other people's spaces. What would be wrong, say, in doing a couple of weekends a year for adults only....some hotels do it in the UK and it seems to work. I didn't enjoy breakfast...I was asked about three times what my room number was and the bill was plonked on my table well before I had finished. Buffet breakfasts (I know lots of hotels do them and defend them) say one thing to me....cheap, cheap, cheap. There were a couple of nice touches such as freshly squeezing your own orange juice (which I noticed was used all the time so says something about people wanting fresh food). The cooked food was disgusting. What did the poor scrambled egg do to deserve being served cold, hard and without any taste....I couldn't eat the other things....they looked so unappetising. But I will give a thank you for proper strong (as I asked for) English Breakfast tea which has not been my experience in any other Australian cafe or restaurant. Now to Darley's (my main reason for going). It is FANTASTIC (definitely 5 stars+). The staff were efficient and charming, it has a cool chic (which I'm afraid the main hotel hasn't) and the venison was the best dish I have eaten in Australia this trip. Three cheers. Now a postscript which I must say made the evening even more enjoyable. At the next table were three young men who, seeing I was on my own, asked me to join them. It turned out they all worked for the hotel and were delightful and charming (I think it would be uncool to name them but the waiting staff knew them well). If I were the manager (whom I saw on television and seemed very charming) I would use these boys' social skills (and I am sure there are many others) and not worry so much whether a guest has or has not paid $A35 for breakfast. It would then be a much more pleasant experience....... .
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