Take Your Pick of the Ovolo Aussie Bunch
Australia’s leading travel publication, Australian Traveller, is seeking out the best of Aussie travel, calling out across the country girt by sea and beyond to enter the 2019 Australian Traveller People’s Choice Awards.
The category in our sights, and the reason why you subscribe to our monthly newsletter? Best boutique hotel.
Each with their own unique personality and style, vote now to let us know which Ovolo below tops your chart of Australia’s best boutique accommodation…
The Woolstore 1888 by Ovolo
Layered with industrial chic, The Woolstore 1888 by Ovolo is home to a rich history, housing inspired interiors and modern design within a former woolstore. Within The Woolstore 1888’s modest walls exists Mister Percy inspiring the community to reignite a lifestyle and love for leisurely wines.
Eclectic, sophisticated and curious with a rock n roll edge, Ovolo Inchcolm in Brisbane’s Spring Hill brings a true boutique hotel offering to the area. The buildings 1920s Georgian origins and history as a residence and medical practice forms the foundation of this property’s quirky design and inspiration behind the memorable bar and restaurant inside, Salon de Co.
Celebrating art in all its forms, Ovolo Nishi serves as both a hotel and gallery, where art, texture, and natural materials form a stylishly cool, sustainability award-winning space overlooking Lake Burley Griffin. Monster Kitchen & Bar within sees French Brasserie married with Japanese rooted flavours with modern techniques.
Ovolo The Valley
Ovolo The Valley, inspired by Fortitude Valley’s eclectic culture and iconic history exists as a whimsical oasis where art, music and pop culture collide. Encounter the exotic at ZA ZA TA Bar & Kitchen, where Middle Eastern and Mediterranean inspirations bring a distinctly modern twist to centuries-old flavours.
Where stunning design, fashion and playful art filled interiors collide, Ovolo’s flagship property, Ovolo Woolloomooloo resides on Sydney’s harbour front, within the walls of the iconic finger wharf. Host to Australia’s first 100% plant-based hotel restaurant and bar, Alibi Bar & Kitchen offers up a menu both curious and contemporary with a ‘clean’ a la carte menu, high tea and a ‘Dirty Greens’ bar menu consisting of all-vegan tacos, burgers, mac n cheese balls and more.