All images by Aaron Citti
As South Australia emerges from lockdown, the brand new super-luxe hotel Sequoia is the escape you need.
Officially opening in September (with rooms open now), the exquisite, ultra-luxury retreat boasts 14 stunning guest suites, with every room enjoying 180º panoramic views of the spectacular Piccadilly Valley. You can sleep under the star-filled sky on a lush king- sized bed.
Just 15 minutes from Adelaide CBD, and 30 minutes from the airport, Sequoia is perched on the valley rim of the iconic 30-acre Mount Lofty estate.
The secluded sanctuary also features a private club lounge, magnificent gardens, and a heated infinity pool. Yes, a heated infinity pool. Guests also have access to the property’s lavish amenities including the three-hatted Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant, Arthur Waterhouse Lounge and Stables Day Spa. The perfect post-isolation treat.
Sequoia also offers guests a catalogue of exclusive experiences that aren’t available to the general public, including behind-the-scenes tours with local winemakers, or the chance to connect to local identities and brands.
And if staying in is more your style, daily gourmet breakfasts, drinks and tasting plates are available in-house.
South Australian owned and operated by David Horbelt and his business partner Malcolm Bean, Sequoia’s ethos is for guests to relax, revive and celebrate in style.
For more info, click here.
You can find Sequoia at 1 Mawson Drive, Crafers.