Name of hotel
The hotel is located in one of Sydney’s most iconic neighbourhoods – Woolloomooloo. Situated on the longest wooden timber wharf in the world, the hotel shares the historic space with some of Sydney’s finest restaurants, and is just a few metres distance from the botanical gardens.
Walking distance to
China Doll, Manta, Criniti’s, Otto, the Botanic Gardens, Art Gallery of NSW are all a stone’s-throw from the hotel.
Size and style
The hotel houses 100 contemporary, all-inclusive hotel rooms, ranging from the standard Superoo to the ultra-decadent Rockstar AC/DC and INXS suites.
Hip, sophisticated modern traveller with a passion for design, art, music and fashion. Majority of clientele come from Australia with additional business from the US, Greater China and Europe.
Yes – great bedding options for kids to stay in same room as parents. There’s also kid friendly options on breakfast and in-room dining menu, and the hotel pool area is great for parents to enjoy with kids.
Available upon request
You need to know
The rates are all-inclusive: all amenities are on the house – WiFi, breakfast, Mini-bar, happy hour, all-day coffee/tea, flexible checkout.
On-site dining and drinking facilities
The Lo Lounge is a full-service bar. On the same wharf as the hotel there are some of the finest restaurants in Sydney, including Aki’s Indian Restaurant, Otto Ristorante, China Doll and Mantra (seafood).
Yes – approximately A$50 for valet parking.
Yes, one indoor pool with a hot tub.
An onsite gym is available, but there are no personal trainers or classes.
For international travellers, we usually recommend going to the Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley and definitely do the Bridge Climb.
Dannii Minogue, Karli Kloss, Laura (Bingle) Worthington, Anna Polyvio, Dami Im, Kelly Osbourne, Sophie Monk.