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Sydney's 1888 Hotel Looks Good Enough to Frame

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  Site Where: 139 Murray Street, London, NSW, Australia
April 22, 2014 at 11:55 PM | by | ()

And you can get yourself easily in the picture: just step behind the frame (or ‘Selfie’ space as the hotel calls it) that hangs from one of the wooden beams in the lobby of this wool-storage facility turned hotel in Sydney's Pyrmont district, snap away, tag it #1888Hotel and it will appear on the screens near reception.

Since we know you’d much rather look at hotels than us, we’ll let the lobby itself have its close up, which has various seating areas (including a small restaurant section), a living tree, and a set of glass elevators that take you up through the four-story atrium to one of the 90 bedrooms.

Upstairs you’ll find a range of different layouts (from entry-level Shoebox to top-floor Attic with roof terrace), quirky furniture and features – we’ll have more for you on all of that soon.

Rates during the rest of the month of April start at AU$189 (about $177) a night.

[Photos: JasonD for HotelChatter]

Archived Comments:

Really stunning

Wow, this is a really stunning concept for a hotel which I personally have not been to before. It is very majestic and grand that looks good enough for a Greek royalty. I feel that the marketing of this hotel in Sydney has definitely achieved its goal to attract many more visitors. People will feel a great sense of luxury should they choose to stay here during their holidays. A different and refreshing outlook is something that people always look out for when travelling so this is one of it.