Restored to its former grandeur, the heritage-listed Carrington Hotel celebrates a bygone era. As Australia’s oldest remaining resort-style hotel, we offer 65 charming guest rooms & suites. No two rooms are configured alike, and we cater to a range of budgets.
All rates are per room, per night for single, double or twin occupancy. Complimentary continental breakfast and wireless internet included. Please note, minimum stay requirements and holiday surcharges may apply during peak times.
Luxurious and open plan, our Junior Suites are perfect for a romantic Blue Mountains getaway, while our larger Executive Suites comfortably accommodate a family or provide extra space for couples or friends travelling together.
Located on the first floor, Premier Rooms are spacious in design and elegantly decorated.
A limited number of Premier Balcony Rooms with French doors opening onto the shared first floor balcony; and Premier View Rooms offering views over Katoomba township, are available.
Please indicate any specific preferences when booking as they are subject to availability.
Accommodating guests since 1927, our first-floor Colonial Rooms offer the quintessential Carrington Hotel experience. Reflecting the property’s historic elegance and heritage charm, all rooms include a renovated Art Deco-style ensuite, ultra-soft bed, and a bay window seat, most featuring stained glass.
Step back in time with our Traditional Rooms, each renovated with king-sized bed. Located along one first floor wing, guests experience The Carrington floorplan as it was in the 1880s, complete with shared (not ensuite) bathroom facilities.
Fully renovated in 2021, the shared facilities (pictured) are located on the same floor as your accommodation. Comprising individually keyed, fully enclosed cubicles each with shower, vanity and toilet. Guests are allocated a specific keyed cubicle for exclusive use for the duration of their stay.
Liquor Licence No. LIQH400118821.
The Carrington practices responsible service of alcohol. Alcohol is not sold or supplied to anyone under 18 years of age – it is against the law.