HOTEL ETICO is the place where holidays create opportunities...
Hotel Etico is Australia’s first social enterprise hotel.
We provide a fantastic holiday experience to guests through beautiful and comfortable accommodation in one of the most welcoming villages of the Blue Mountains, delicious and wholesome food from Niccolo's restaurant and a wide selection of drinks from our bar within a unique and warm atmosphere.
All of this, while powering a program that provides employment and independent living opportunities to young people with intellectual disability, helping them to achieve their independence goals.
- 16 beautiful rooms, all with ensuite
- Less than 2 hours drive from Sydney
- Just a short walk from Mt Victoria train station
- On site parking
- Multiple sitting rooms
- Multiple fireplaces
- Extensive garden
- Very friendly staff!
Come for a romantic weekend, a relaxing getaway or make it your base for all things adventure, whether it be canyoning, hiking, trail running or mountain biking!
You will be impressed by the hospitality and friendliness of our staff, by the quality of the interiors, the history behind the property and the pretty unique value for money of our services!
Enjoy everything the Blue Mountains has to offer from the heritage listed town of Mount Victoria, the highest township in the Blue Mountains. Enjoy nature and attractions right from the doorstep and fall asleep after a day of adventure or relaxation by choosing our Mount Victorian accommodation and social enterprise.
One of the best hotels for a Blue Mountains experience, Hotel Etico is steeped in history and stories and provides 16 unique rooms with ensuite and luxury comforts. Guests can enjoy all the historic Mount Victoria Manor has to offer including space to sit outdoors and indoors in varies cosy places. Enjoy a drink while playing a game picked from our games room or enjoy live music on a Friday evening. The Hotel was first built in 1876 by John Fairfax and is adorned with vintage decoration and original finishings. Hotel Etico is an unforgettable Blue Mountains experience with a mixture of traditional and modern comforts. At Hotel Etico, we welcome you to join our journey and write the next chapter of our story.
Discover Niccolo's Restaurant and Bar in the Blue Mountains, on site in Hotel Etico at Mount Victoria Manor
A weekend getaway or family trip isn't complete without visiting our restaurant in the highest township in the Blue Mountains. Hotel Etico employs a passionate team to deliver the best dining experience possible during your stay. As one of the best restaurants in the Blue Mountains, Niccolo's provides a mouth-watering and satisfying meal. Begin with an antipasto platter to share before trying a pizza, pasta or any one of Chef’s delicious meals. Each dish is crafted with locally sourced ingredients and can accommodate dietary restrictions or preferences.
After dinner, unwind in the bar by sampling local draught beer or sharing a bottle of local award-winning wines. Raise a glass and toast to the future of hospitality.
Host your special day in one of the best wedding venues the Blue Mountains offer.
Connect with our team to organise a day to remember. We will take care of every detail, from your guests' arrival to an intimate ceremony and celebrations into the night. At Hotel Etico, we provide an inclusive, historic Blue Mountains wedding venue.
Our Blue Mountains wedding venue is the first step towards beginning the next chapter of life. Nestled in heritage listed town, high in the Blue Mountains, the happiest day of your life will be in one of the most picturesque locations. Your guests will witness your special day in a place to rival any destination wedding. Hotel Etico is built in a historic manor house, providing nooks and crannies for unique photographs.
We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of the lands on which we work. We pay our respects to Indigenous Elders past, present and emerging recognising the continued connection to land, waters and culture. Sovereignty has never been ceded - it always was and always will be, Aboriginal land.