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Have a drink or three
A signature at all Ovolo Hotels, the Lo Lounge is a sleek multipurpose social area designed for hotel guests to work, network or simply kick back and relax.
The Tilbury Hotel is situated in the heart of Woolloomooloo. The interior boasts a warm and comfortable environment with varnished wood, long leather banquettes and fireplaces, along with a generous sized deck and tranquil courtyard.
The upstairs level holds a lounge bar resembling the 1960′s, decked out with dark leather furniture, wooden floors and soft lighting. The attaching deck provides guests with a choice of areas to relax and enjoy the surroundings.
The World Bar
A historic four storey Victorian terrace, home to countless legends, curiosities, and varied debauchery over the last century. The grand old building was an extravagant whore-house, a gambling den, the offices of INXS, and today it stands transformed as one of Sydney’s most charismatic bar and nightclub experience.
A maze of rooms, booths, stairwells and hidden areas is open for exploration 7 days and nights a week, accented by an expansive outdoor terrace garden. A wide range of clientele enjoy an eclectic mash of entertainment – local indie bands ply their noisy craft in Parisian-inspired nooks; international DJs push cutting-edge club sounds in a NY-style underground nightclub; young artists exhibit their work in an upstairs gallery room that later becomes a rave-cave.
Shady Pines Saloon
Sydney’s rootinist, tootinist, most taxidermy-filled bar – just look for the sh*ttiest door on Crown Lane, near the hot yoga place. The genius of this thoroughly loved saloon is its ability to provide casual, foot stomping fun with a side serve of really impressive cocktailery. The dark, candlelit room and long well-elbowed bar only looks better with age. Add a handful of discarded peanut shells crunching under foot and you’ve got the perfect backdrop to tap along to one of the regular country acts that play here. Git along, dawgies.
The guilty pleasures
At the forefront of Modern Italian cuisine, OTTO reinvents the flavours of Italy in stylish new forms, accompanied by amazing service in a sensational harbourside location.
Kingsley's Crab & Steak House
Established in Sydney, Australia in 2000, Kingsleys Steak & Crabhouse is well known for our stunning locations, fantastic service, juicy steaks and sweet and tender Mud and Alaskan King Crabs.
Converted 1950s art gallery housing an informal Modern European bistro with edgy, rustic-chic decor
Inventive Asian fusion plates in a bustling 4-level space with funky wall art and a jam jar ceiling.
For the shopaholics
Pitt Street Mall
A pedestrianised section of Pitt Street in the Sydney central business district and a haven for shopping lovers.
Paddington Oxford street
There’s no cooler place to shop in Sydney than Paddington. Find the best of Sydney’s boutique shopping scene, art galleries, tailors, shoemakers and milliners in this inner-city neighbourhood. Rows of pretty Victorian terraces now house Sydney’s emerging and established fashion scene.
Queen Victoria Building
Rich in history and architecturally splendid, the Queen Victoria Building (QVB) occupies an entire block on Sydney’s George Street, and has over 180 of Sydney’s finest fashion boutiques, jewellery shops and homewares, accompanied by delightful cafes and restaurants.
An urban locality, tourist precinct and historic area of Sydney’s city centre, wander down to The Rocks Markets and you’ll find passionate people selling things you’ll love in a cool, relaxed environment.
Places You Can’t Miss
Royal Botanic Gardens
The Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney, is a place of natural beauty, where people come for peace, relaxation, education, and to learn more about plants and horticulture. The surrounding parkland of the Domain is a place for sport, entertainment and recreation.
St Mary's Cathedral
St Mary’s Catholic Cathedral is the location of the oldest site of Catholic services in Australia. Catholic worship began on the site in 1821 and has continued ever since. The current grand cathedral was constructed between 1866 and 1928.
Mrs Macquarie's Chair
Mrs Macquarie’s Chair, otherwise known as Lady Macquarie’s Chair, provides one of the best vantage points in Sydney. The historic chair was carved out of a rock ledge for Governor Lachlan Macquarie’s wife, Elizabeth, as she was known to sit enjoying the panoramic views of the harbour.
Museum of Contemporary Arts
Located in Sydney, the museum contains Australian and international contemporary art exhibits, including an collection of Aboriginal Art.