How to explore Australia with Accor once travel restrictions are lifted

How to explore Australia with Accor once travel restrictions are lifted

It’s hard to escape the turmoil the world is in right now and the uncertainty that we all face. But rest assured, one thing is certain … the travel industry will rebound. And in this case, Accor will be waiting for you. If your travels take you to Australia, here are five places to explore with Accor after the travel restrictions are lifted.

Blue mountains

The rugged regions of the Blue Mountains west of Sydney are a magnificent World Heritage Site covering an area of ​​11,400 square kilometers. This mountainous region takes its name from the eucalyptus forests which give off a fine mist under the sun of New South Wales. These tiny oil droplets give off a blue mist when viewed from a distance.

Nestled in the mountains, the Fairmont Resort & Spa Blue Mountains, MGallery by Sofitel – a 224-room hotel and complex with three restaurants, the Ubika Day Spa, indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, and more. From here you can visit Leura Village & Wentworth Falls or enjoy scenic walking tracks as well as golf on the adjacent Leura golf course.

Golden Coast

Famous for its golden beaches and incredible waves, the Queensland Gold Coast has it all and is one of Australia’s top destinations. Located south-east of Brisbane, it enjoys a subtropical climate and is synonymous with an Australian beach vacation par excellence.

Stay at the 77-story Peppers Soul Surfers Paradise, located right next to the white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters of Surfers Paradise’s foreshore. Enjoy breathtaking views of the ocean with magnificent accommodation and a choice of luxury one, two and three bedroom apartments.

Sunny coast

The Sunshine Coast, in Queensland’s hinterland, has everything you could want from a vacation destination; not just the sun, sea and sand, but exquisite beaches, natural wonders and fabulous attractions. It’s a place where you can do as much or as little as you want – making it perfect for an action-packed family vacation or a quiet getaway for couples.

The Sebel Twin Waters is a secure, gated seaside retreat located around a picturesque saltwater lagoon, with accommodation in the form of self-contained apartments and beach houses, providing the ideal base for families, couples or groups of friends on vacation together. A supervised surf beach is a short walk away.

Cairns

Cairns is popular with visitors to the Great Barrier Reef and the World Heritage Tropical Rainforest, but this modern and vibrant city also presents itself as a destination in its own right. Too often overlooked, it is home to incredible cafes, bustling markets and many easily accessible beaches.

Stay at the five-star Pullman Reef Hotel Casino, perfect for business or leisure, and just steps from Sunlover Reef Cruises’ departure point for tours of the Great Barrier Reef. Each of the hotel’s luxurious rooms has its own spa bath and a balcony with a garden overlooking the city with mountain or water views.

Margaret River

Margaret River is a river, city and region at the most southwest point of Australia. Not only is it home to some of the best beaches in Western Australia, but it is also a region that boasts delicious local produce and award-winning wines.

Just over a mile from the city center are the Grand Mercure Basildene Manor Accor Vacation Club Apartments which offer luxury, elegance and a taste of old world charm with all the contemporary amenities you would expect from luxury accommodation. first class. The 19 rooms and suites of the manor are located near cellars, restaurants, cafes and many leisure activities.

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