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Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant 

Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant is perched at the very edge of the Jamison Valley at Echo Point in the Blue Mountains. Set amidst manicured gardens adjacent to Echo Point, this 4½ star boutique hotel overlooks the most spectacular scenery in the World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains National Park and is a leisurely 90 minute drive from Sydney CBD.



Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant was designed to showcase the stunning and uninterrupted panoramas of the National Park from every guest room and restaurant terrace, providing all our guests with ever-changing but always dramatic and breathtaking views of the Jamison Valley and escarpment, stretching all the way to Mittagong, 80 kilometres away.


Dining is a special event at Echoes and guests are treated to a regional feast at Echoes Restaurant, one of the few fine dining restaurants in regional NSW with such breathtaking views.   This restaurant is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner and serves contemporary Australian cuisine with an Asian influence using fresh locally sourced ingredients. 


Echoes Day Spa completes the immersion for this boutique hotel. The spa treatments are individually tailored to suit guest needs and the multi-sensory journey is designed to revive and rejuvenate.  All guests have access to recreational facilities at our sister property, Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa, located right next door, which include indoor and outdoor pool, gymnasium, sauna, spa, tennis court, library and billiard/games room.

At Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant, the choice is yours – be pampered with an array of signature spa treatments, enjoy the gourmet delights of our restaurant,  go walkabout and experience Australia's wilderness close up, or simply relax amid some of Australia's most magnificent vistas. 


Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant is part of the Escarpment Group collection of hotels in the Blue Mountains.  The Escarpment Group is a unique collection of luxury escapes in the World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains. It incorporates 4 luxury brands that are iconic to the Blue Mountains – Lilianfels Resort and Spa, Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant, The Hydro Majestic Hotel and Parklands Country Gardens & Lodges . Each of these established icons is steeped in history and surrounded by dramatic landscapes and breathtaking views that are unique to the Blue Mountains region.   


The Escarpment Group is independently owned and operated and its investments in the Blue Mountains region began in 2004 with Echoes Boutique Hotel and Restaurant. In 2008, The Hydro Majestic was acquired with a view to refurbishing one of the most iconic resorts in Australia and so began an exhaustive chapter of peeling back the layers and adding back the luxe. In 2009, the Escarpment Group acquired Lilianfels Resort & Spa and continued to successfully operate it as the premier 5 star property within 90 mins Sydney CBD. More recently in 2013, the Escarpment group added to its collection Parklands Country Gardens and Lodges with a view of adding to the story of luxury sustainable regional tourism.


To further support its growing profile in the region and meet the operational demands the properties, the Escarpment group has embarked on a joint venture with TAFE Western Sydney Institute to set up the Hotel Management Institute (HMI) in September 2012. Its aim is to provide internationally recognised qualifications for hospitality students and facilitate bespoke training of all Escarpment staff through an accredited program unique to HMI. This will not only provide the Blue Mountains region with increased economic activity and a robust education industry but more importantly an increased pool of trained staff ready to deliver a high standard of hospitality services across its properties.


Following the re-opening of the Hydro Majestic in late 2014, The Escarpment Group is truly committed to the region and is focused delivering high end tourism on a scale rarely seen in regional NSW. The regional food and wine focus will certainly be the highlight with many more chapters unfolding on what is a very exciting period for Blue Mountains tourism.