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Sydney Potts Point Central Apartment Hotel is an elegant boutique apartment hotel set in a historic Art Deco Building; located on a quiet street in the heart of upmarket Potts Point, near Kings Cross. Look out over the city on our rooftop barbecue and dining area and enjoy an inner-city moment of tranquillity.
Sydney Potts Point Central Apartment Hotel is conveniently located near several hospitals, an array of eateries, and the Garden Island naval base. The Sydney city centre is only 2kms away, and a train station is just a three-minute walk. Woolloomooloo Wharf is just 650 metres away, while Kings Cross nightlife is only a five-minute walk.
Guests can choose from studio, one, and two bedroom apartments. Each suite is stylishly decorated and furnished with a private bathroom and free Wi-Fi. Interconnecting family apartments are also available, as are apartments suited to disabled guests. All are individually air-conditioned, and most suites have a kitchenette with a microwave and toaster. Select rooms also come with cooktops and many more features.
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The historic Bernly Private Hotel was built during 1937-38 at 15 Springfield Avenue, Kings Cross. An advertisement in 'The Land' newspaper on 18 November 1938 describes the Bernly as "Sydney's latest Private Hotel with 100 bedrooms, with hot and cold water and telephone in every room... The owner was F. J. Berne." During the Second World War, the Hotel was taken over by the military and became the Bernly American Red Cross Officer's Club. It reverted to a hotel after the war. In 1979 the building became known as The Manzil Room and became one of Kings Cross’ iconic rock venues hosting bands until it became Springfields in 1990. Hoodoo Gurus, Paul Kelly and Pseudo Echo were just some of the famous Australian bands that played there. From the early 1990s, it was a budget backpacker accommodation, but in 2015 it was refurbished to become the boutique art deco apartment hotel we see today.