Relax in Luxury Surrounded by Vineyards at The Louise

Situated amongst the rolling hills and vineyards of the Barossa valley is The Louise. A luxury resort that offers an elegant design with an artistic focus highlighting every room. Any resort in the Barossa would not be complete without a local-inspired restaurant; for The Louise, this is Appellation. There is also three75 a bar and kitchen specialising in putting a deluxe twist on cherished classic food.

Offering four styles of suites, each with a focus on artwork and contemporary design, The Louise is the perfect luxury experience. Every suite features a private terrace that includes an outdoor private rain shower and modern water features. Inside every room is a king bed with crisp linen, flat-screen TV, BOSE iPod docking station, free WIFI and complimentary minibar. They also feature a revitalising gas log fireplace, spacious walk-in wardrobe, with plenty of space for luggage. Each suite has a spa tub with room for two, making them the perfect place for a romantic getaway or a break from the city’s busy life.

Guests have access to a 24-hour sauna and fitness centre. The fitness centre contains state of the art equipment and obligatory vineyard views to motivate throughout workouts. Or enjoy some time on their outdoor games courts playing a game or two of boules or playing a chess game on their oversized chessboard. For something more relaxing, you can watch the glorious glowing red of the sky as the sun sets on the sunset terrace with a glass of local wine or beer from the wine bar. They have an infinity-edge lap pool in the warmer months, which looks onto vineyards lining the green hills.

Essential to a stay at The Louise is dining at Appellation. Widely considered one of the best restaurants in regional Australia, Appellation focuses on fresh local food, with 85% of its menu coming from the Barossa Valley and South Australia. Executive chef  Kyle Johns leads the kitchen team to create an indulgent experience in every bite of food. Their focus on exquisite local food means that they make their sourdough bread, sausages, salami and capocollo in the restaurant. Of course, no restaurant in the Barossa Valley would be complete without a collection of incredible local wines, you can bring your own, or their sommelier is happy to recommend a wine to best complement your meal. If you are looking for something a little more comforting, you can visit three75. Three75 have a menu designed to have food that you want to lick off your fingers and drinks to warm you from the inside out.

Staying at The Louise combines luxury, breathtaking views and flawless design to create the ultimate luxury place to stay in the Barossa Valley.