Headed up to Broome for some much needed rest and relaxation? Take a look at our top 7 luxury stays in and around Broome.


The Mangrove Hotel

Overlooking Roebuck Bay, The Mangrove Hotel ticks all the boxes for a luxury getaway to the North. The modern Mediterranean style hotel is fitted out with 2 outdoor pools, an on site restaurant and a lively bar plus spa baths and lounge chairs overlooking the ocean. The cocktail bar is situated directly next to the bay providing the perfect instagram shot. The Mangrove Hotel has the only bar with a view of the world famous Staircase to the Moon but make sure to get there early to get one of the comfy sofas next to the railing.

 

Bali Hai Resort & Spa

Enjoy a slice of Bali in the north west at Bali Hai. These Balinese style private villas include an outdoor BBQ areas and some even have a private outdoor shower. Round out your stay in this tropical paradise with any number of packages from the onsite spa, including balinese massages and a soak pool. After the massage, fight the heat with a dip in the cold water pool located in the heart of the resort.

 

Cable Beach Club Resort

Cable Beach Club is the home of sunset cocktails. Located directly on the famed Cable Beach, you have total access to nature and comfort. Spend your evenings enjoying dinner and a drink while watching camel trains head to the beach to pick up tourists. Boasting an adult only pool, a family pool, spa, salon, mini golf, meditation room, gym, and four restaurants the only reason to leave resort grounds is to jump in the ocean.

 

Coconutz B&B

Less luxury stay, more luxury glamping Coconutz is located right off the local favorite Coconut Well. Coconutz is by far the most unique accommodation on the list. Escape the city and drive 15 minutes north where you can fall asleep to the sounds of waves and wake to the song of native birds. Stay in a large Eco tent with a private outdoor bath and shower and spend your day floating in Coconut Well right in your backyard. 

 

Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm

A short drive north of Broome, Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm is the only spot in Cape Leveque if you want to skip the tent. With a full service restaurant and inhouse chef, Cygnet Bay uses fresh pearl meat serving unique dishes along with all the classics. Stay in the upclass Master Pearlers Private Retreat originally built for the owner or the Pearler Shack (less of a shack and more of a villa). For a more nature oriented stay there are glamping tents in the mangroves set back in the forest.

Cygnet Bay also has an infinity pool overlooking the ocean for true relaxation. Make sure to take a cultural tour or a full tour of the pearling farm to see where your jewelry comes from.

 

The Pearle of Cable Beach

This Southeast Asian inspired 5 star accommodation will see you enjoying a private villa complete with living room and full kitchen. The Pearle of Cable Beach boasts 1-3 room villas with included breakfast and on site coffee bar. Spend your days lazing in the 20m infinity pool that is heated in winter and cooled in the summer or head to Cable Beach around the corner set back just enough to avoid the crowds.




Mcalpine House

A boutique retreat located in the heart of Broome just 8 rooms make up the Mcalpine House, each with their own private outdoor space. Decorated with original Aboriginal artwork, a relaxing onsite Chinese Tea House, exotic parrot bird aviary, library retreat will give you a perfect relaxing vacation getaway. In the perfect location to take in all of the wonders of Broome. Walking distance from the town center, restaurants, and bars and right down the street from Matso’s Brewery where you can sit out and enjoy a ginger beer.

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