Whether you are fortunate enough to reside in the gorgeous city of Sydney or are arranging a trip, understanding where to visit and most of all the trendiest places to stay is essential. Whether you are interested in staying in a hotel furnished by the best interior designers Sydney has to offer, or in a beach front hotel with harbour view, Sydney has something for everyone. Listed below are the top five hotel picks you want to reserve today.
QT SYDNEY: QT Sydney is cool, stylish and lavish, made by Nic Graham and Shelly Indyk. The interior is a full-on mix of edgy décor inspired oversized pieces of furniture with an interesting texture. Located at the very heart of Sydney’s CBD, inside the historical Gowings and State Theatre buildings, QT Sydney ensures guests have a dynamic and indulgent stay. The city is right outside your door step so there are unlimited possibilities of places to see and visit.
WATSONS BAY HOTEL: Want striking harbour views right on the beach? Watsons Bay Hotel provides both. A classy interior having a relaxed cabana design, intriguing outdoor pub, open-air dining all over the deck showcasing the best beach style furniture Australia has to offer and of course an awesome view of the city skyline. You will be staying in authentic Sydney beach fashion at the Watsons Bay Hotel. The city is just a short ferry ride away, but still hidden and sheltered so you feel like you are away.
LANGHAM HOTEL SYDNEY: If decadence is exactly what you want, then The Langham Sydney is the solution. Sophisticated and refined inside be spoilt with, a stunning pool beneath the starry skies and situated in the centre of the historic Rocks precinct, this lavish hotel is a must-see on our list. Ensure you treat yourself to the Wedgewood Afternoon Tea at the Palm Court to complete the experience.
OLD CLARE HOTEL: inhabiting not only one, but two iconic Sydney buildings, fashionable and tasteful old-world glamour is what the Old Clare Hotel is all about. The historic vaulted ceilings and wooden flooring as well as restored architectural pieces mix with modern coastal furniture to create a unique vibe. View the landscape from above at the roof top pool and enjoy the local food an art conveniently. Central station is minutes away as a gateway to the rest of the city.
HOTEL PALISADE: Situated just above the Docklands at the inner corner of the rocks, this hotel is both historical and beautiful, boasting remarkable views of the city and harbour from every angle. The vibrant character of this hotel was revitalised by designer Sibella and architect Alex Popov. This hotel shows off some of the best of interior styling Sydney has seen, combining coastal and industrial components with hand painted pieces by Neil Mallard in the rooms. Enjoy a cocktail from the impressive selection at the bar spread over 2 levels whilst taking in the breath-taking panoramic views.