Emerald City Hotel
As the pseudo-capital of Australia, Sydney has earned its name as the most loved city in the country. The unique architecture, delightful weather and vast harbour is a welcome sight to those visiting and living in Sydney.
Although sometimes people forget to simply look up, and miss the opportunity to rise and watch the city come to life in the early hours of the morning. Watching a sunrise in Sydney is an underrated experience, with so many incredible vantage points littered around the city. Rather than having your head in the clouds about where to see a perfect sunrise, we’ve put a list together so you don’t miss a single ray. Ready to set your alarm?
There are few days that are as memorable as your wedding. From the initial planning to the cutting of the cake, these moments will be cherished for decades to come by you and those dearest. Before getting to the ceremony on time there are a number of items to round off, with choosing the right venue one of the highest priorities.
Mosman has caught the eye of many happy couples, offering ceremonies and receptions unlike any other. We are opening our beautiful hotel, The Albert in Mosman, in 2020. This heritage 5-star hotel is perfect for brides who want the best accommodation for their special day. We’re also very excited to be able to collaborate with such amazing reception venues which offer a breathtaking backdrop to say ‘I do’. Here is just a taste of the stunning venues close to The Albert in Mosman.
There is an air of relaxed luxury in the Kirribilli area. With visitors taking their time to bask in the 19th century tree-lined suburb, it’s no wonder this side of the Harbour is a refuge for locals and travellers.
Within these leafy surrounds you will find the Glenferrie Lodge, a casual backpacker-style accommodation which boasts a short 6 minute ferry ride to Sydney’s CBD. If you’re looking for an excuse to check-in and slow down, here are 7 reasons why Glenferrie Lodge is at the top of the agenda this summer.
Dalziel Lodge is a North Sydney hotel and one of the oldest residents in the area. With a romantic frontage remnant of 1892 when it was built, the North Sydney hotel also offers the modern comforts of a fully restored living quarters. Classic charm and intuitive contemporary design creates the ultimate homebase for all things to do in North Sydney.
If your only memories of North Sydney are locking eyes with the wonderful creatures found in Taronga Zoo, it could be time to take another look. The undeniable pull of Sydney’s North has long attracted a range of visitors, but it’s more than just families venturing to this beautiful pocket. If Sydney is no longer satisfying your curiosities, here’s what you can expect a little North of the beaten track.
Sydney is alive with development fever, the city’s fertility welcoming a slew of apartment blocks and everyday hotels. Chances are at one point in time you have laid eyes on the striking 89b Cowles Road residence. Few projects in Sydney’s recent history have generated as much anticipation as that site, with the construction of The Albert Hotel in Mosman set to revolutionise luxury in Sydney’s North. With its character and concept eclipsing projects in the area and beyond, The Albert is someone you will want to add to your visit list.
Glenferrie Lodge is a 19th century heritage guesthouse in Kirribilli, complete with everything you can expect from modern accommodation. Balancing the benefits of being both budget and boutique, Glenferrie Lodge is one of the areas best kept secrets. Fully refurbished in 2015, the guest house is home to business and leisure travellers looking to explore the area, or journey the short distance to Sydney hotspots.
A morning or afternoon walk around Kirribilli is an experience shared by all who wish to breathe in the suburban air, laced with the seasonal Jacaranda bloom and the salty scents of the surrounding harbour. Glenferrie Lodge frequently welcome return guests looking to taste the roving menus of the neighbouring restaurants, or simply provide modern accommodation in which to unwind or base yourself a comfortable distance from the exciting city that beckons.