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A complimentary bottle of champagne.
Boutique chic on a budget in deepest Darlinghurst
This much-hyped address in trendy Darlinghurst – Sydney’s answer to SoHo – offers a slice of urban living smack in the middle of a vibrant quarter packed with boutiques and voguish bars. Everything here has been pared down to the stylish essentials.
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Next to the action in trendy Darlinghurst.
Come here for...
● Cool design – with a warm welcome. ● High fashion and functionality. ● Discovering deepest Darlinghurst.
There's a brasserie – Kell’s Kitchen – and complimentary gym passes to work off your excesses.
Good to know
Rooms are compact, and there's no lift.
Rooms come with wi-fi, cable TV, CD players and voicemail. The stripped-down look is matched with a comfort zone – crisp linen, soft down pillows and mohair throws.
Standard rooms are on the small side – so book a Premium (queensize bed) or Executive (kingsize) for extra space.
Eat & Drink
Chic and informal dining awaits at Kell’s Kitchen, with its mirrored walls and funky frescoes. Chef Eric Tan’s menus give classic favourites a new twist: try the wagyu beef mini burgers or roasted miso butterfish. Down a cocktail at the bar to kick things off. You can order an in-room continental breakfast here, or simply stroll across the street to the Darlinghurst cafe strip.
Continental breakfast is served in your room (charged extra). You’re also just across the street from some trendy breakfast cafes.
Available morning and evening.
See & Do
Wander through Darlinghurst – Sydney’s answer to SoHo – and mix with eclectic café society. Stroll past Paddington’s galleries and pretty Victorian terraces, or take in the antique shops of nearby Woollahra.
Be sure to check off the city’s big sights: book a front-of-house tour of the Sydney Opera House, or a Bridgeclimb to get a bird’s eye view of the famous harbour. Chug across the waves on a ferry for some of the best city vistas, or head for the surf of Bondi and South Head, near Watson’s Bay. Take a guided tour of Sydney’s old colonial buildings or have a picnic in Centennial park.
New Year’s Eve
Apologies to Edinburgh, but Sydney is THE place for New Year’s Eve. Celebrations culminate in spectacular fireworks on Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Make sure you’re around for the Australia Day celebrations, where Sydney becomes one big party with festivities all over town.
Mardi Gras Aussie style! A month-long series of arty, social and sports events culminating in an outrageously pink parade.
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ESSENTIAL INFORates Guide
AU$ 250-900Check In
10:00Minimum Night Stay
Open all yearAir Conditioning
Yes – all roomsChildren
Boutique hotels are best appreciated by people, so leave Rover at home.Wedding License?
Darlinghurst Road, Sydney, NSW 2010Parking
There is no guest parking. Secure underground parking (chargeable) is available nearby.Trains
King’s Cross station – 300mTaxis
AUD 25-30 from the airportAirport
Sydney Kingsford Smith – 14km