No matter what your plans are, look no further for your home away from home. Be it hosting guests at your own private estate complete with gardens and a summer house, or having your own quiet time with a mesmerising countryside view, these new accommodations have definitely got you covered
The Lodge at Seppeltsfield (Barossa Valley, South Australia): Immerse yourself in one of Australia’s most historic wine regions, the Barossa Valley at The Lodge at Seppeltsfield. Home to an award-winning mix of wine, food, art, craft, and unforgettable experiences, enjoy your own private estate that sits a five-minute walk away from the iconic Seppeltsfield Estate. With an accommodation space of up to 10 guests across 5 king-size bedrooms with en-suites and air conditioning, the Lodge also boasts a pool, extensive gardens, summer house, and barbeque area that will be perfect for entertaining all your guests.
Adina Apartment Hotel Pentridge Melbourne (Melbourne/Narrm, Victoria): History meets modern luxury behind the serene bluestone walls of Adina Apartment Hotel Pentridge Melbourne. Deliberately designed to contrast and complement the 170-year-old heritage site, the new 106-room apartment-style hotel is now a one- billion-dollar dining and entertainment precinct, offering generous living spaces and kitchen amenities, with individual balconies. The precinct also features lovingly-designed wine bars and bistros, a cinema, and nine bespoke conference and event spaces.
Basalt (Orange, New South Wales): Perched 1,100 metres above sea level, Basalt offers a luxury stay in one of western New South Wales’ most breath-taking country wine regions. Looking out over the city of Orange, Basalt will drop you right into that country feel as you look out across the Rollin cherry orchard. Take in the fresh country air and the mesmerising views from the comfort of your own private self-contained studio. The Orange region is home to award-winning wineries, hatted restaurants, scenic villages, and a genuine country welcome.
Capella Sydney (Sydney, New South Wales): The Department of Education building in Sydney’s Sandstone Precinct reawakens as Capella Sydney with eight levels and 192 guestrooms and suites. The heritage icon is a unique way to experience the culture of the city through iconic spaces in the original building. From the reimagined Farrer Place foyer to the McRae Bar, guests can experience the magic of Capella Sydney’s heritage,
architecture, and extraordinary guest experiences.