Narrow terrace houses with wrought-iron balconies have been a Sydney fixture since 1830, and Spicers Potts Point gives guests the chance to feel at home in one. Located on a leafy street in an upmarket inner-city neighbourhood (close to the excellent restaurants of Macleay Street, including Cho Cho San, Apollo and Billy Kwong), this boutique hotel and its 20 luxurious rooms and suites have been sympathetically adapted from three neighbouring terraces.
Styish suites in a former movie studio in Surry Hills
Located in a 19th-century pub in Chippendale
Direct access to the Harbour and the Australian bush
A heritage site in the heart of a national park