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In this blog we look at some of the cool, chic, themed hotels that are in Sydney.
With its modern design, with reflective moments of the past, the 200 guest suites that make up QT Sydney have been carefully crafted within the historic Gowings and State Theatre buildings.
The whole ethos is to retain and show as many of the building’s most distinctive features. Demonstrating the past glory of Gothic, Art Deco, and Italianate architecture that for the amazing exterior of the grand building.
All bedrooms are individually designed, they feature every manner of creature comfort such as luxury bedding, free fast WiFi, walk-in showers with oversized soaking tub.
The hotel also boasts, Gowerings Bar and Grill, the Gilt Lounge and Parlour Lane Roasters.
The Primus Hotel is a fairly recent addition to the luxury hotel scene in Sydney, the building is one of the finest examples of art deco glamour in Australia with one of the prime positions. Right in the heart of the city.
The revamp of Sydney Water Board headquarters has been done sensitively to retain its heritage. The hotel boasts 172 rooms and suites, complete with an outdoor heated pool. The restaurant is rapidly gaining a reputation for its cuisine under the Executive Chef and the Bar is popular with non-residents as well as residents. The versatility and quality of selected pours is second to none, with an expansive selection of high end local craft beers and imported, vintage and international wine offerings.
The Primus hotel is a statement of luxury combined with modern amenities in a superb historic setting.
Ovolo 1888 Hotel
Ovolo 1888 is a restored heritage building offering superb accommodation together with first class amenities including a fully fitted fitness centre. The location is second to none in Sydney being in the iconic Darling Harbour with wonderful views of the city skyline.
The choice of rooms is from contemporary suites to retro style rooms, all with high ceilings, exposed brick walls and bespoke vintage furniture.
The Lo Lounge specialises in modern Australian cuisine and serves seasonal dishes with locally sourced produce. The Lo Lounge is a locals pop in, where the nightly happy hour brings together a young and vibrant crowd sharing platters of food before going on to the theatre or a club.
These Themed Hotels are just a glimpse of what Sydney has to offer, the trend of boutique hotels is growing rapidly in the city so expect a lot more to pop up in the future.