Local - 28 May 2014

NEW HAMPTON BRINGS THE ROCKS TO THE CROSS

New Hampton 15 Bayswater Rd, Potts Point 2011 (02) 9331 1188 or newhampton.com.au Built nearly a century ago, the Hampton Court Hotel is one of Sydney’s oldest. Located at the start of the Kings Cross strip, it is ingrained with local history, the most renown of which is the residency of ACDC in the 70s.

Local - 20 March 2013

BACK IN FASHION

The Como Melbourne 630 Chapel Street, South Yarra VIC or www.mgallery.com/como The Como has always held a special place in the heart of Melbourne. Well before the Art Series Hotels launched, The Como recognised that not all the hotel action was in the CBD. Sitting atop Melbourne’s Chapel Street fashion mile, the Como has always

Café - 20 March 2013

THE BOURBON FIRES UP

The Bourbon: 22 Darlinghurst Rd, Potts Point NSW (02) 9035 8888 or www.thebourbon.com.au Along with pricing, ambience and accessibility, Cheung is hoping it will capture the discerning demographic around Potts Point. Creating the ambience to do so, was Kelly’s job. Kelly has a sophisticated understanding of how hospitality design works. “The defining factor in hospitality

Bar - 4 June 2012

NEW COURTYARD AT THE POINT

The Village 1 Kellett Way, Potts Point NSW 2011 (02) 8084 6057 or www.the-village.com.au   Old school friends James Moses and Andrew De Saxe decided to try something new, so they joined forces to create The Village. The owners felt that the local market demanded a place just like it – a venue with enough space

Local - 15 March 2008

Sparkling Diamant

Diamant Hotel: 14 Kings Cross Road, Potts Point NSW (02) 9295 8888 or www.diamant.com.au Sydney’s Kings Cross district continues to vie for the mantle of the capital’s most design-conscious destination, with the opening of the sleek and sexy Diamant Hotel. The 77-room boutique hotel is part of the Eight Hotels group, which plans to open

Local - 15 May 2007

Late Night Luxury at the Lincoln

The Lincoln: 36 Bayswater Road, Potts Point NSW (02) 9331 2311 or www.thelincoln.com.au Sophisticated entertainment and supper club dining replaces tabletop dancing and scantily clad pole dancers at The Lincoln. “We wanted to create a space that you didn’t need to leave (until the time was right, anyway),” reflects host Martin O’Sullivan. Steeped in classic