Nesuto Leura Gardens Hotel
Work-Integrated Learning at Nesuto Leura Gardens
Nesuto Leura Gardens is a functioning hotel where students of Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School (BMIHMS) are both guests and staff. As a BMIHMS undergraduate, you’ll live and work on site, developing the knowledge and skills necessary to manage an accommodation-based business anywhere in the world. Working in a real hotel setting and interacting with genuine guests allows you to experience all aspects of day-to-day operations. Undertaking training in food and beverage service, guest relations, housekeeping and property management, our Hospitality and Hotel Management students have the unique opportunity to put theoretical knowledge into practice.
Get globally recognised qualifications
Learn from the best at BMIHMS, the No. 1 hotel management school in Australia and Asia-Pacific (Kantar 2020).
Your dream career within reach
95% of successful graduates find a job they love within three months.
Work at the world's most prestigious hotels
Build a career with the best and learn skills attending to guests at industry icons.
Immediately applicable to your current role
Our courses are designed to provide practical skills, so you can add value to your workplace.
Through hands-on learning, you’ll solve practical challenges that require problem-solving and genuine industry insight.
Learn in a simulated hotel environment
Undergo practical experience at Nesuto Leura Gardens Hotel, a fully operational hotel.
Originally founded in 1982, Waldorf Apartment Group was one of Australia and New Zealand’s leading accommodation chains of quality furnished and serviced apartments. Today, Daiwa Living Management Co (DLM) owns the Nesuto brand and portfolio. A stunning location for wedding receptions and dinners up to 120 people, Nesuto Leura Gardens Hotel features beautifully landscaped gardens and an array of modern facilities. The venue is minutes from Leura Village, which offers boutique shopping, galleries, cafés and delicatessens. Close by the major attractions of the Blue Mountains, including the famous Three Sisters lookout.