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Located down under on Sydney's Woolloomooloo Wharf (the longest timber-piled wharf in the world!), this modern hotel is peppered with art and fun designs and offers 100 rooms and suites that range from the ‘superoo’ to the ‘cityvoo loft’ and ‘ultraroo.’ Larger rooms include scenic water or garden views, lounge ...
Darling Harbor, the Sydney Opera House, Powerhouse museum, The Rocks, The Sydney Harbour Bridge and Circular Quay are all iconic Australian landmarks that you can access easily from the restored heritage building that is the 1888 Hotel. From the hotel, you can also travel to the Sydney Fish Market, the ...
*Why, that’s delightful* Two of Sydney’s historic buildings have been revamped to create the QT Sydney which straddles the defunct Gowings’s department store and the still functioning State Theatre. Famous designer, Nic Graham headed-up the project taking inspiration from gothic and art deco styles to create a surrealist experience where ...
*Sexy Sydney* Located in downtown Sydney near to the famous Rocks area with views of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge; like a boomerang, you will want to return again and again. The hotel nearly occupies the exact spot where Captain Arthur Phillip first stepped onto the shore to ...
After pulling-off the typical European trick of killing thousands of native people with infectious diseases, early settlers in Australia set up a quarantine station in Sydney. The Q –Station housed all new immigrants to Australia for 40 days and functioned from 1830-1984. Much of the area and buildings have been ...