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Love hotel staycations but hate leaving Fido behind? For International Dog Day (26 August), we've rounded up some of the world's most luxurious dog-friendly hotels to bring your muttropolitan best friend along with for some much-needed pampering. Don't forget to pack the doggie bed and pupcorn!. . . 1 Hotel Central Park, New
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4th June 2020
The hotel is in a great pocket of Surry Hills on Commonwealth Street on the fringe of the CBD, home to top restaurants, bars and cafes. But you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your swish room to feast on amazing food. Downstairs wine bar Poly , known
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The 7 Best Hotels in Surry Hills, Sydney
13th February 2020
Hotel. As all real estate agents know, location is king, and it’s a prime reason 57Hotel rates so well with guests: it’s less than a five-minute walk from Central Station. While the trains aren’t far, you’ll be unlikely to need them. It’s a short (hilly) stroll to the hub of Surry
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Neighbourhood spotlight: Chippendale, Sydney
4th November 2019
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The Design Files
Bright New Ceramic Artists On Show At The Old Clare Hotel
19th August 2019
Visit The Bottle Shop at Chippendale’s favourite boutique hotel, The Old Clare in Sydney, and it’s not longnecks or natural wine you’ll be taking home with you. It’s work from some of Sydney’s best emerging ceramic artists.. Until this Sunday August 25th, the pub-tiled, bar-next-door Bottle Shop – now a combined
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National Geographic UK
Big Sleep Awards 2017
5th April 2019
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The LUXE Top 10 in Sydney
29th January 2019
Rolling out the first of our Top 10 city lists as chosen by you, our LUXE lovelies. Based on the in-app reviews of the Sydney guide, we’ve pulled together the best Sydney hotels, restaurants, shops and must-dos visited by you during 2018. It seems you love character-packed boutique hotels or
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17th January 2019
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30th August 2018
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Chippendale, Sydney's coolest neighbourhood
5th July 2018
The White Rabbit gallery is the first place you should go in Sydney once you have checked off the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. All the work inside is by Chinese artists, all of it is post-2000, and every piece is stunning. Among the highlights are Xu Bing’s New
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Gourmet Traveller
Sydney's best hotels
3rd July 2018
As one of only two wharf hotels in the city, there are few more spectacular or affordable places to stay and play by the harbour. Make the most of it by taking breakfast with views at The Gantry 's waterside tables, or settle later pier-side with a burger or ribs
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27th May 2018
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8th March 2018
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2nd February 2018
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In the zone
11th December 2017
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The Hot List 2016
8th December 2017
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28th November 2017
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Luxury Travel Magazine
Five-star Summer Champagne Brunches in Sydney
3rd November 2017
The Old Clare Hotel. Social Weekends at Kensington Street Social. The Old Clare’s neighbouring eatery, Kensington Street Social, hosts Social Weekends brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11.30am. From Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton, the menu includes choices such as buckwheat hotcakes with vanilla mascarpone and pear; alpine salmon with coddled egg and
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12 Modern Hotels in Historic Buildings Around the World
25th October 2017
Les Bains in Paris’ Le Marais district has an epic cultural history—to say the least. In 1885, Les Bains Douches became Paris’ first and most popular bathhouse and was known to host Marcel Proust on a regular basis. In 1978, it was turned into a nightclub that became the ultimate
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Martha Stewart
The 17 Most Romantic Hotels in Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific
5th September 2017
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Travel + Leisure
25 Rooftop Pools to Dream About While You Sit in the Office
27th July 2017
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Food & Wine Magazine
Best Sydney Hotels For Foodies
22nd June 2017
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The Zoe Report
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16th June 2017
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National Geographic UK
A neighbourhood guide to Sydney
26th May 2017
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8th March 2017
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Harper's BAZAAR
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19th January 2017
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Elite Traveler
Mr & Mrs Smith Hotel Awards Announced | Elite Traveler
6th January 2017
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Old Clare Hotel Blends Modern & Heritage Design
19th October 2016
If you want to stay in a modern, design-led property that still has a lot of soul left, then the Old Clare Hotel in Australia is for you. Loh Lik Peng discovered the property in 2011 and opened the doors to the Sidney boutique hotel four years later. As the
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12th October 2016
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Architectural Digest
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11th October 2016
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The Old Clare Hotel
1 Kensington Street, Sydney
-33.884606°N 151.201548°E

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24-hour front desk / Coffee shop / Free high speed internet connection / Laundry/Valet service / Multilingual staff / Outdoor pool / Pool / Restaurant / Safe deposit box