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Top 5 hotels in Sydney

July 16-19 are special days to Australian interior design lovers – it’s International Furniture Fair going to occur these days. If you decided to visit Australia because of this, let Best Design Guides introduce you 5 unique hotels that you can find in Sydney.

See also: Best Design Guides | Sydney

1888 Hotel, Pyrmont

Even though the rooms in 1888 hotel is surprisingly small (15 square metres), they offer the best accomandation with queen beds, smart TV, in-room iPads and a walk-in rain shower. The hotel opened in Audust in the shell of a former wool shed and is an attractive mix of exposed brick walls, soaring ceilings and mismatched furniture.

Information: 139 Murray Street, +61 2 8586 1888, 1888hotel.com.au. Shoebox doubles from A$159 (£86) B&B


Royal Hotel, Randwick

With its perfect location between city centre and beach it can also offer a nice stay in luxurious apartments. The hotel is renovated recently  and has 40 rooms with a tasteful makeover in palette of creams, browns and greys, while preserving the building’s heritage-listed charm.

Information: 2 Perouse Road, + 61 2 9399 3006, royalhotel-sydney.com. Doubles A$150 (£80)


Admiral Collingwood Lodge, Drummoyne

The mansion of the Lodge built in 1888 and at these times belonged to millionaire Italian. Now it’s a 15-room lodge offering clean, spacious twin, double and family rooms. Even though the décor now is light and modern, it still has some heritage features as kauri timber floors and an original marble fireplace.

Information: 5 Collingwood Street,+61 2 9181 3881, admiralcollingwoodlodge.com.au.Doubles from A$115 (£62)

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ADGE Apartment Hotel, Surry Hills

The hotel that has bravely eschewe the traditional I-could-be-anywhere hotel scheme and bold murals and bright carpets. Although it has normal modern, spacious and scrupulously clean apartments with balconies, well-equiped kitchens and LED TVs.

Information: 222 Riley Street, +61 2 8093 9888, adgehotel.com.au. Two-bedroom apartments from A$274 (£150)

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Tara Guest House, Enmore

The Guest house with a unique design? Yes, it is! Each of the property’s four spacious suites has been individually styled, with features including marble fireplaces, double French doors, four-poster beds and even a piano.

Information: 13 Edgeware Road, +61 2 9519 4809, taraguesthouse.com.au. Doubles from A$175 (£95), including breakfast and airport transfer (for stays of two nights or more)


See also: 4 Luxury Place To Stay In Paris

So if you already packing your things for visiting Australia, don’t forget to book one of these finest hotels in Sydney!

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