In October, Noosa hosts the return of the exclusive Hotel Clicquot, an opulent pop-up on Sunshine Beach offering unique experiences. This event is followed by a culinary extravaganza, featuring renowned chefs like Peter Gilmore and Sergio Perera. Discover other gems across Australia, from the Asian-inspired Salted Egg in Melbourne to the wellness oasis SOL ELEMENTS in the Gold Coast hinterland. Additionally, Penrith welcomes its first five-star hotel, Pullman Sydney Penrith, and W Sydney opens in Darling Harbour, offering luxury and cultural richness.
Noosa’s Exclusive Rendezvous with Hotel Clicquot this October
Prepare to embark on an unparalleled sojourn this October as Noosa, Australia, plays host to the epitome of exclusivity: Hotel Clicquot. This luxurious pop-up, after a highly anticipated global debut in 2022, returns to its idyllic Noosa, Queensland setting, promising elevated packages and extended stays. Nestled along the breathtaking Sunshine Beach, Hotel Clicquot Australia will open its doors to guests from October 13 to October 28, 2023, for two- and three-night stays infused with Clicquot-inspired activities and unforgettable experiences. Set against the backdrop of the Noosa National Park, this unique transient hotel boasts a truly remarkable eco-design, creating an unforgettable environment for those with a taste for opulence.
Culinary Elegance at Hotel Clicquot 2023
Hotel Clicquot 2023 is not just about luxury; it’s an invitation to savor extraordinary culinary journeys led by some of Australia’s most renowned chefs. Guests will have the privilege of indulging in culinary creations from maestros such as the esteemed Peter Gilmore (of Quay and Bennelong fame), the legendary Martin Benn (formerly of Sepia and Society), and even Chris Hemsworth’s private chef, Sergio Perera. The stage for this gourmet extravaganza is the beautiful Sunshine Beach, Queensland, where Hotel Clicquot Australia will host guests from October 13 to 28 for unforgettable three-night stays. From private dinners to beachfront picnics and champagne-infused sunsets by the pool, Hotel Clicquot promises to be an immersion in the world of Veuve Clicquot like no other.
Quincy Hotel’s Salted Egg: A Culinary Delight
Nestled in the heart of Melbourne’s iconic Flinders Lane within the Quincy Hotel, Salted Egg presents an authentic and delectable Southeast Asian menu. Chef Adam Woodfield, drawing from his rich culinary experiences in Singapore and his travels through Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and more, has crafted a bold and immersive menu steeped in rich culture and meticulously designed using traditional techniques. Recent additions to the menu include tantalizing dishes like grilled Tao chicken skewers with peanut dipping sauce, flavorful yellow curry with spiced pumpkin, and stir-fried slipper lobster.
SOL ELEMENTS: A Wellness Oasis in the Gold Coast Hinterland in 2024
In early 2024, a breathtaking wellness destination will grace the Gold Coast hinterland: SOL ELEMENTS. Nestled within ancient green forests, this elemental bathhouse is an ode to nature’s four elements – earth, fire, water, and air. Designed with the traditional Japanese Wabi Sabi philosophy, which encourages one to find beauty within perfectly imperfect surroundings, SOL ELEMENTS will house onsens, float therapy rooms, cold plunge pools, a Himalayan salt cave, and infrared saunas. The experience will be enriched with self-care rituals, including breathwork and body clay applications.
Miss Pearl Bar + Dining: A Culinary Gem in Melbourne’s Arts Precinct
Located in the heart of Melbourne’s vibrant arts precinct, Miss Pearl Bar + Dining extends a vivacious Asian-influenced dining experience to discerning patrons, be they locals or theatregoers. Operated by The Fresh Collective and helmed by head chef Sushil Aryal, this dining destination offers an array of dining experiences, from a la carte and pre-theatre menus to express lunches, group menus, and a tantalizing bar and snacks selection. The result is a diverse and exciting culinary journey.
Penrith’s First Foray into Luxury Hospitality
Penrith is poised to embrace its inaugural five-star hotel, the 153-room Pullman Sydney Penrith, set to open its doors next month. A mere 20-minute drive from Western Sydney Airport via the A9, this luxurious establishment will be accompanied by the Western Sydney Conference Centre, which will comfortably accommodate 1000 seated guests, solidifying its place as one of Australia’s largest conference centers outside a capital city. The hotel also aspires to host Penrith’s first chef’s-hatted restaurant, introducing a touch of culinary excellence to its opulent offerings.
W Sydney: A Symphony of Luxury and Culture in Darling Harbour
W Sydney, an architectural masterpiece with its iconic curved design on Darling Harbour, is poised to welcome guests from October 12, 2023, creating a dynamic presence in the city. Seamlessly harmonizing the liberating luxury inherent to W Hotels with the cultural tapestry of Sydney, this venue promises to be an all-encompassing day-to-night dining and social destination, epitomizing sleek retreat. A remarkable double-level bar, known as 29/30, is set to become one of Sydney’s most sought-after venues, offering dress-circle views of Darling Harbour and a 30-meter mosaic-inlaid infinity pool.