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Hotels in Lord Howe Island

A territory in Australia's New South Wales, Lord Howe Island floats as a crescent shaped, volcanic island in the Tasman Sea. The island is a 2-hour flight from mainland, reachable by plane from most major Australian cities. Lord Howe Island's population is only about 350 residents, so no more than 400 tourists are allowed to visit at once. In 1982, this exclusive island was named a World Heritage Site in celebration of its natural world's biodiversity and beauty. Many tourists visit Lord Howe Island to enjoy its incredible landscape, sandy beaches, and coral reef dive spots. For accommodations, all of the island's hotels and resorts are located on its northern tip.

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Upscale Hotels

5-star hotel, Capella Lodge is one of Lord Howe Island's most extravagant hotels. With its nine modern suites, this boutique hotel offers the best in comfort, elegance, and style. Wake up every morning to spectacular ocean views in a king-size bed, before enjoying a breakfast al fresco at Capella's on-site gourmet restaurant, which serves up all three meals per day. The hotel even has a luxurious spa, where guests can enjoy massages and beauty treatments.

Nearby the 4-star Arajilla Retreat also provides opulent accommodations and dining. Beautifully decorated and filled with amazing amenities, this oceanside hotel offers luxurious guestrooms, including private beach houses that guests can book. The hotel is also home to the island's only Ayurvedic day spa, which specializes in ancient Indian beauty rituals to pamper and revitalize the body. For on-site dining, Arajilla Retreat has an acclaimed restaurant that prepares modern Australian cuisine from locally-sourced, organic ingredients.

Mid-Range Hotels

Mid-range hotels and resorts are less easy to come by Lord Howe Island. However, there's still a handful of nice options, including Somerset Apartments and Blue Lagoon Lodge. Somerset offers apartment-style accommodations with the option of having studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, or even three-bedroom units. On-site, you'll find barbecue sites, a library for guests, coin laundry, and even a transit lodge with showers that you can use after checkout. Meanwhile, Blue Lagoon provides similar amenities inside its modest, well-appointed rooms. For both hotels, internet access is available at an extra cost. 

Budget Hotels

While Lord Howe Island may seem like a playground for the rich and famous, there are a couple of budget hotels too. For affordable, all-inclusive packages, Pinetrees Lodge is a popular choice among families and young professionals. This hotel offers lots of wonderful amenities, including on-site dining, spa treatments, and beachfront access to the Lord Howe Lagoon for swimming and aquatic sports. Pinetrees was named the "Best Affordable Resort in Australia" by Australian Traveller Magazine's readers in 2014.