The much-anticipated revitalisation of the iconic Hydro Majestic Hotel will commence in early 2013.
The Hydro Majestic Hotel has a history and a mythology that follows the map of our nation from Federation and through two world wars to present day. Now, the long awaited opportunity to peel back its layers and rediscover the essence of the most famous historic holiday resort in the Blue Mountains has arrived.
The ‘Hydro’ is scheduled to open in two stages, with stage one of the public areas completed in the third quarter of 2013. Past glories, architectural and design aspects, and lost atmospherics will be revived and rediscovered, while a touch of the here-and-now is set to take the building into the future.
The hotels iconic buildings, interiors and gardens, which now stretch more than a kilometre across the Megalong Valley escarpment, will be revitalised to a world-class standard.
The Majestic Point Lookout, the Boilerhouse and the magnificent new Mark Foy Pavilion will provide a gateway to the Blue Mountains with a lookout, dining, an interactive history centre & providores that will showcase the best regional gourmet food and wine of the area “A Taste of The Blue Mountains”.