BYRON AT BYRON

Byron Bay Resort

BYRON AT BYRON

 

Byron Bay Resort

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All 92 rooms feature kitchens with full-sized fridge/freezers, hobs, microwaves and dishwashers. Washers/dryers and complimentary wireless Internet access are standard, as are flat-screen TVs with digital channels.

A full-service spa, a restaurant and an outdoor pool are available at Byron at Byron.

Free shopping centre shuttle is provided.

Additionally, a bar/lounge, an outdoor tennis court and a sauna are on-site.

 

OPEN FOR ACTIVITIES
  • Byron Bay Golf Course – 7 min walk
  • Arakwal National Park – 11 min walk
  • Tallow Beach – 4 min drive
  • Kings Beach – 7 min drive
  • Byron Community Market – 9 min drive

In the resort itself:

  • restaurant
  • pool
  • day spa
  • gym
  • sauna and steam room
  • free bike hire
  • tennis court
ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES

From Crystalbrook Collection, owners of Byron at Byron:

“At Crystalbrook Collection, we enjoy modern living through attitude, design, technology and a passion for a better world – or what we call #responsibleluxury.

We embrace environmental change to enhance, not compromise, the quality of our guest experiences.

We endeavour to always think and operate in a responsible and modern way that exceeds the demands of our environment and our customers.

Here are some examples of how we demonstrate #responsibleluxury

We farm our own beef at Crystalbrook Station, located three hours inland from Cairns. This ensures we can offer locally sourced beef while also maintaining the highest levels of animal welfare.

Over 80% of our fresh fruit and produce is sourced within a three-hour drive from our hotels.

We have replaced traditional plastic guest room key cards with wooden keycards, made from 100% recycled wood.

We’ve said no to plastic water bottles and instead offer compostable and biodegradable Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) paperboard containers along with reusable glass bottles in our Tower rooms, removing more than 375,000 plastic bottles from our rooms at Riley, Byron and Bailey each year.

Our straws, disposable bags and takeaway containers are plastic-free, made from corn, sugar cane and related environmentally friendly and fully degradable materials.

Through the use of technology, such as in-room iPads, we have removed an estimated 90% of the paper found in a typical five-star hotel room. We also use technology in other parts of the hotel to reduce paper usage – as an example, we run a paperless press office and paperless check-in and check-out.

Where paper is required, we use recycled or Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper stocks only.

Small plastic bathroom amenity bottles have been replaced with Crystalbrook Immersion large pump bottles. Crystalbrook Immersion is our bespoke amenity range featuring essential oils and indigenous Australian ingredients such as Davidson Plum and Rosella. By using large pump bottles, we save approximately 250,000 bottles each year – and that’s just at Riley!

Even our coat hangers have had another life – they are 100% recycled made from pressed cardboard.

For each night our guests choose to opt-out of having their room serviced, they’ll enjoy a $10 food and beverage credit to spend at our restaurants and bars. We call it easy money.

We are a Founding Citizen and ongoing partner of the Citizens of Great Barrier Reef. Spearheaded by Earth Hour founder, Andy Ridley, Citizens of Great Barrier Reef is a social movement designed to change consumer understanding of how everyday actions have an impact on the Great Barrier Reef and overall environment.

We recycle all possible guest waste material and we’re part of the Containers for Change scheme.

We work with OZHarvest to collect unused food and distribute to segments of the community where it is most needed.

We have partnered with TerraCycle to provide a zero-waste approach to coffee capsules. This allows guests to enjoy quality Nespresso coffee without the guilt of what happens to the pod. Through TerraCycle, used pods and mechanically and/or manually separated into metals, organics and plastics. Metals are melted so they may be recycled. The organics (such as the coffee grounds) are composted. The plastics undergo extrusion and pelletization to be moulded into new recycled plastic products.

We embrace renewable energy and extensively use solar power.

 

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What we love…

Nestled in 45-acres of magical subtropical rainforest, Byron at Byron is a celebration of nature, responsible luxury and the local environment.


Tell me more

Positioned only minutes from the famous  town of Byron Bay, Byron at Byron is the perfect place to get away from it all – a place that allows you to unwind, relax and rejuvenate. Guests can walk amid the rainforest and discover the resident flora and fauna, as well as indulge in a few of life’s little luxuries with a blissful signature spa treatment in your private haven.


Get the Facts

Where is it? Near Byron Bay, NSW

What? Resort

Styles of Accommodation?

Who?  Suits couples, singles, groups and families

Accessible? Accessible bathroom plus
In-room accessibility
Wheelchair-accessible path of travel

How much?

Check Rates and Availability


Sounding Good?  Read on…

Casual and laid back with all the creature comforts you could wish for, Byron at Byron offers 92 guest suites.

Standard Rooms are located downstairs on the northern side of the resort, the one-bedroom Standard suites are child-friendly, featuring a separate lounge and dining area, fully equipped kitchen and two enclosed balconies.

Superior Suites are located in close proximity to the Resort’s central facilities, with most situated on the upper floor, the one-bedroom Superior suites are ideal for those who wish to take in the beauty of the rainforest.

Deluxe Spa suites are adieus only and are located in a private and secluded area of the resort, a short five-minute stroll to Tallow Beach through the rainforest.

Deluxe Spa Suites feature premium appointments such as a deep spa bath as well as a separate lounge and dining area, fully equipped kitchen and two enclosed balconies. Finished with eclectic and individual artwork and textiles in each suite.

The stunning on-site restaurant features local produce woven through with Asian, modern Australian and European influences.

Address: 77-97 Broken Head Road, Byron Bay NSW

PRICE RATE POLICY
Every enquiry and booking through GREEN GETAWAYS AUSTRALIA shows your support for the fabulous environmental initiatives undertaken by this property. That’s SO good to know!

 

OPEN FOR MORE FEATURES

All 92 rooms feature kitchens with full-sized fridge/freezers, hobs, microwaves and dishwashers. Washers/dryers and complimentary wireless Internet access are standard, as are flat-screen TVs with digital channels.

A full-service spa, a restaurant and an outdoor pool are available at Byron at Byron.

Free shopping centre shuttle is provided.

Additionally, a bar/lounge, an outdoor tennis court and a sauna are on-site.

Booking.com
ACTIVITIES
  • Byron Bay Golf Course – 7 min walk
  • Arakwal National Park – 11 min walk
  • Tallow Beach – 4 min drive
  • Kings Beach – 7 min drive
  • Byron Community Market – 9 min drive

In the resort itself:

  • restaurant
  • pool
  • day spa
  • gym
  • sauna and steam room
  • free bike hire
  • tennis court
  • beach swimming
  • walking
THE ENVIRONMENT

From Crystalbrook Collection, owners of Byron at Byron:

“At Crystalbrook Collection, we enjoy modern living through attitude, design, technology and a passion for a better world – or what we call #responsibleluxury.

We embrace environmental change to enhance, not compromise, the quality of our guest experiences.

We endeavour to always think and operate in a responsible and modern way that exceeds the demands of our environment and our customers.

Here are some examples of how we demonstrate #responsibleluxury

We farm our own beef at Crystalbrook Station, located three hours inland from Cairns. This ensures we can offer locally sourced beef while also maintaining the highest levels of animal welfare.

Over 80% of our fresh fruit and produce is sourced within a three-hour drive from our hotels.

We have replaced traditional plastic guest room key cards with wooden keycards, made from 100% recycled wood.

We’ve said no to plastic water bottles and instead offer compostable and biodegradable Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) paperboard containers along with reusable glass bottles in our Tower rooms, removing more than 375,000 plastic bottles from our rooms at Riley, Byron and Bailey each year.

Our straws, disposable bags and takeaway containers are plastic-free, made from corn, sugar cane and related environmentally friendly and fully degradable materials.

Through the use of technology, such as in-room iPads, we have removed an estimated 90% of the paper found in a typical five-star hotel room. We also use technology in other parts of the hotel to reduce paper usage – as an example, we run a paperless press office and paperless check-in and check-out.

Where paper is required, we use recycled or Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper stocks only.

Small plastic bathroom amenity bottles have been replaced with Crystalbrook Immersion large pump bottles. Crystalbrook Immersion is our bespoke amenity range featuring essential oils and indigenous Australian ingredients such as Davidson Plum and Rosella. By using large pump bottles, we save approximately 250,000 bottles each year – and that’s just at Riley!

Even our coat hangers have had another life – they are 100% recycled made from pressed cardboard.

For each night our guests choose to opt-out of having their room serviced, they’ll enjoy a $10 food and beverage credit to spend at our restaurants and bars. We call it easy money.

We are a Founding Citizen and ongoing partner of the Citizens of Great Barrier Reef. Spearheaded by Earth Hour founder, Andy Ridley, Citizens of Great Barrier Reef is a social movement designed to change consumer understanding of how everyday actions have an impact on the Great Barrier Reef and overall environment.

We recycle all possible guest waste material and we’re part of the Containers for Change scheme.

We work with OZHarvest to collect unused food and distribute to segments of the community where it is most needed.

We have partnered with TerraCycle to provide a zero-waste approach to coffee capsules. This allows guests to enjoy quality Nespresso coffee without the guilt of what happens to the pod. Through TerraCycle, used pods and mechanically and/or manually separated into metals, organics and plastics. Metals are melted so they may be recycled. The organics (such as the coffee grounds) are composted. The plastics undergo extrusion and pelletization to be moulded into new recycled plastic products.

We embrace renewable energy and extensively use solar power.

 

 

 

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