Situated in a popular development with a sophisticated marble foyer, the building is positioned in a vibrant, cosmopolitan area with a host of restaurants and cafes serving food from almost every corner of the globe.
The spacious air conditioned studio apartment has a queen bed in its own alcove giving it the feel of a bedroom with a fitted wardrobe and shelving providing storage space.
It has a modern stainless steel kitchen, including a dishwasher. A stylish bathroom features a shower plus a laundry area with a washing machine and drier.
The lounge area has a comfortable sofa (which converts to a bed for a 3rd person) and four-seater dining table. Sliding doors open out onto a large, private balcony with separate seating for outdoor relaxation. Table ware and cooking pots are supplied, as are towels and bed linen.
If you wish to use the sofa bed please contact our office prior to your arrival so we can make the necessary arrangements for bed linen and extra towels. Please Note this is a futon sofa and really only suitable for 1 adult or child.
A well-equipped gym offers weight and cardio machines plus a sauna & pool on level 6.
- Linen and towels Supplied
- Free Wifi
- Close to Transport and CBD
- Well equipped kitchen
- 24 Hour Security
- Lift acces
Where does one start when talking about Darlinghurst? Darlinghurst is an exciting suburb that is located in the inner city of Sydney. This suburb is literally a stone’s throw away from Sydney City and Paddington. Hence, it is in the centre of the hippest part of Sydney. A bus trip from Darlinghurst to the city will only take about 10 minutes. Most residents around here are young working professionals who live in apartments or terrace houses.
It is the home of Oxford Street and Taylor Square – a very fashionable area of Sydney with many pubs, cafes, restaurants and nightclubs and of course the annual Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade.
It has many historic buildings including the Darlinghurst Gaol (which now houses the National Art School), and the Darlinghurst Court House which is still in use today. The world renowned St Vincent’s Hospital has been servicing the community for over 150 years.
Victoria Street in Darlinghurst offers a variety of cafes and restaurants. It’s home to Sydney’s most popular ice cream shop in Messina . If you are up for some serious dining, Stanley Street will be the place to head to with cuisines ranging from Japanese to Thai to Italian and fusion.
Close by to Darlighurst, bordered by Kings Cross and Woolloomooloo, just like Paris, Potts Point is a place for foodies. Or head over to Surry Hills for a virtual treasure trove of cuisine, there are so many excellent Restaurants and Bars. Try Woolloomooloo Wharf for Dinner or lunch in the Sun
For nightlife destinations you can’t go past The Passage, Kings Cross Hotel, Sugar Mill and Sydney institution, Hugo’s. Why not sample the Cocktails at Velluto or Chester White
From Darlinghurst you can get anywhere in Sydney with ease, It is an easy walk to Sydney City Westfield and Darling harbor shops and restaurants. You can take a train or a quick Bus ride into Circular Quay and visit sights such as the Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera house and the Botanic Gardens.
You can walk to Oxford St and Catch a bus Directly to Bondi Beach or check out the excellent Shops in Paddington.
Our Top Recommendations
•Gazebo Potts Point
•Andrew By Charlton Pool
•Apollo Greek Restaurant
•Kings Cross Hotel