The iconic Byron at Byron Resort and Spa has gone from strength to strength since its opening, winning accolade upon accolade.
During this time, under the guidance of seasoned hoteliers Lyn and John Parché, the resort has maintained a mantra of ever improving its specialised offering of service and natural luxury.
The majestic location and award winning design are fitting backdrops for this offering, which is the real Byron at Byron experience.
Not that the resort’s location and aesthetics wouldn’t alone draw a crowd.
Set within a stunning 45 acre rainforest just moments from the beach and a short drive or cycle to Byron Bay township, location doesn’t get much better.
The resort itself sits lightly in its environment, allowing an endless showcase of lush green to soothe and heal.
All activity centres around the six metre wide timber verandahs and heated infinity pool, with guests congregating to chat, conduct business or simply be.
The resort offers 92 luxury one bedroom suites, a sumptuous Spa and Wellness Centre, infinity pool, gymnasium, tennis court, sauna, restaurant and state of the art conference facilities for up to 180 delegates.
Each spacious suite contains a separate bedroom, lounge and dining area, fully equipped kitchen and two separate enclosed balconies.
Luxurious bathrooms have deep free standing bathtubs and separate showers and California king beds ensure dreamtime really does exist.
Every suite is private, offering your own unique rainforest experience.
The restaurant, with its soaring ceilings and wrap around bi-fold timber doors, produces locally sourced, largely organic fare.
Weekly complimentary cooking classes for guests are very popular. Here, fresh is king.
The Spa and Wellness Centre is a haven for healing and wellbeing, with six treatments rooms crafted from rich timbers, steam room, relaxation area, Vichy Shower and spas.
The extensive Spa menu includes tarot reading, astrology and meditation, reflecting the resort’s ethos of healing by restoring balance through nature.
The finest products are used in facial and body treatments by staff who receive continual training in skin care, body work and spa etiquette.
Whilst Byron Bay has long been recognized as an iconic Australian surfing destination, in recent years the Northern Rivers region, in which Byron lies, is being hailed for its unique food produce and award winning restaurants.
Resort guests take full or half day trips into hinterland villages, where they access the unique cultures of the region’s alternate communities.
Closer are charming villages such as Bangalow and Lennox Head, with their upmarket eateries and boutique shopping.
From complimentary yoga daily to walks on endless timber boardwalks through the rainforest and to Lake Tallow to visits each Thursday to the local farmers market with Head Chef Gavin Hughes, relaxation and inspiration are part of the Byron at Byron package.