Sydney’s Surry Hills is getting an edgy new boutique hotel

The Eve in Sydney - building facade

Scheduled for a September 2024 opening, The Eve Hotel Sydney will offer a unique stay in Surry Hills Village

The cool inner-city Sydney suburb of Surry Hills is getting a new boutique hotel, and she goes by the name of Eve. Slated for a September 2024 opening, The Eve Hotel Sydney will be located in the vibrant Wunderlich Lane precinct, a project linking Surry Hills and Redfern that is still under development. Expanding Sydney’s rapidly expanding hotel portfolio, the 102-room boutique hotel within Surry Hills Village will be the result of an extensive remodel of the original Wunderlich Ltd factory by SJB architects.

The Eve, which will be operated by TFE Hotels – the hospitality group that oversees Brisbane award-winner, The Calile, will benefit from its prime location within a vibrant hub designed for locals, Sydneysiders and visitors.

Architecturally designed by Adam Haddow and landscaped by Daniel Baffsky from Surry Hills’ 360 Degrees, the hotel and wider precinct will be characterised by intricately designed laneways and striking landscaping. The hotel’s surrounding environment will feature al-fresco dining areas, boutique shopping and design-led commercial and event spaces, all set amidst lush gardens.

“We have a prominent address at the crossroads of Surry Hills and Redfern and a location full of rich history,” said Allan Vidor, TOGA Group Managing Director and TFE Hotels Chairman. “And our team are very much looking forward to sharing our version of Sydney hospitality with the local community and travellers looking to immerse themselves in a genuine and vibrant experience.”

The Eve Hotel will showcase spaces that facilitate guest and visitor immersion in local art, cultural, and culinary experiences. It will also boast a landscaped rooftop deck, swimming pool, bar and restaurant with a fully operable glass roof and walls designed by leading Australian interior architect, George Levissianis.

“The unique features of this hotel can be found in the hand-crafted details of the glazed faience, the bespoke lighting by Sydney designer, Henry Wilson, and in the Australian palette which provides rich tones,” Adam said. “The rooftop pool and bar and its unique location on the fringe of Surry Hills and Redfern’s creative hub, and indeed the retail shops which look outward to the community, combine to provide a guest experience embedded in inner city Sydney.”

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