The Alexandra

Leura’s only licensed hotel, the Alexandra, is the perfect base for intrepid travellers wanting to explore the spellbinding sights of New South Wales’ Blue Mountains.

Originally built in 1903 and named after Queen Alexandra, the consort of King Edward VII, the Alex incorporates a grandiose, traditional design masterminded by local architect F.C. Goyder, combining it with all the modern features one might expect from a destination hotel.

The real selling point of the Alex, though, is the range of views offered from its hilltop location. Whether it’s the Leura Gap, the renowned Gordon Falls or any of the Blue Mountains’ numerous rugged cliff faces, visitors can be sure they’ll wake up to a picturesque paradise.

Renovated in 2014, the Alexandra has hit new heights when it comes to accommodation and cuisine. Cosy, well-appointed rooms and multiple dining experiences await, so book today…