Byron Bay – Where to Stay


When it comes to accommodation in Byron Bay, you are spoiled for choice. From beachside camping, to luxury resort suites, and almost everything in between (except the high rise hotels thank goodness!). If you are new to town or planning your next trip, check out our favourite places to bed down and relax:

Byron at Byron Resort and Spa
Nestled in lush rainforest away from the hustle and bustle of Byron’s main drag, The Byron at Byron is set on 45-acres and just a 10-minute stroll along a pathway to Tallow Beach. The resort’s self-contained suites are situated in seclusion throughout the rainforest, whilst the public spaces – restaurant, spa, gym, boutique store, and yoga pavilion – are located in the main building with a spacious dining deck fronting the pool. Guests are invited to join the
8am yoga class on the deck. We recommend you hire a car, as the resort is a little too far to call easy access from town.
The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa 

The Atlantic
The Atlantic is the clever brainchild of owners Kimberly Amos and Stephen Eakin, who revamped a handful of weatherboard cottages and launched the property’s three guesthouses and a converted Airstream trailer as a boutique hotel. The location is on point; a short walk from Byron’s central hub. 
The Atlantic 

Byron Beach Abodes
Byron Beach Abodes is a small family run business specialising in boutique Byron accommodation. The Cottage, The Chapel, Magnolia House, Villas of Byron, and the Chalet, offer their own unique style. The iconic Top Shop is a mere five minute stroll from the accommodations, with Main Beach not too far further. 
Byron Beach Abodes 

Luxury rentals
Airbnb has certainly become the popular booking engine for Byron Bay accommodation, and a number of private rentals offer gorgeous luxury rentals both in the heart of town or tucked away from the noise. There are also specialized accommodation services such as
Byron Bay Luxury Homes  if high end is what you are after.

 

Budget 

If you are pressed for budget, try one of the caravan parks but be sure to pay top dollar if you want to be close to town and on the beachfront. There are camping grounds out of town that can help ease the burden on your wallet; rent a bicycle to get in and out of town. There are some hostels in town or the Arts Factory a short walk away.

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