Historic Carrington Hotel at the top of the Blue Mountains town of Katoomba was first opened in 1882 as The Great Western. It was renamed The Carrington in 1886, in honor of the then Governor of New South Wales, Lord Carrington, and has undergone various renovations since then. The town of Katoomba lies at the edge of the sprawling Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage site.
15-47 Katoomba St, Katoomba, New South Wales 2780, Australia
Carrington Hotel provides a variety of accommodation choices. Amenities include a library, gift shops/newsstands, and a nightclub.
Carrington Hotel features two restaurants. A complimentary continental breakfast is served each morning in the dining room
Blue Mountains Attractions:
Blue Mountains National Park, part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage site, is a popular site featuring a variety of attractions and activities. Accessible attractions in and from Katoomba include:
Convenience and Accessibility:
Carrington Hotel is within short walking distance to Katoomba railway station, hop-on-hop-off tourist bus terminal, and the main shopping and dining area along Katoomba St.