1888 Hotel
, / 21 October 2013

1888 Hotel (part of the 8 Hotels group) is an eclectic and stylish 90 bedroom boutique hotel in Sydney. You can expect to feel at home at their “home away from home” hotel (a very stylish home that is), where they pride in world-class hospitality along with their contemporary design and modern-day comfort.



Their collection of bedrooms all boast 3 meters-high ceilings, exposed brick walls, an original Iron Bark Beams, soundproofed windows, custom-made furniture and bedding, artworks by Australian artists, work station made from recycled timber, and walk-in showers. You can choose from their Shoebox, Queen Bedroom, King Bedroom, King Deluxe, Loft (SUB’s favorite), Junior Suite, The Attic, and The Williamson.



Dine in at the rustic and contemporary setting of 1888 Eatery & Bar, open for hotel guests as well as visitors, and please do stop by to enjoy a glass (or more) of 100% Australian martini or a beer that’s brewed around the corner of the hotel. Don’t blame us if reading this gives you the urge to book a room for the holidays.



Photos courtesy of 1888 Hotel

1888 Hotel
139 Murray St​, Pyrmont, NSW 2009
T +61 2 8586 1888
F +61 2 8586 1889
TOLL FREE 1800 818 880
​E info@1888hotel.com.au


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