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Published September 18th 2012
A home away from home short & long stay apartments
Nestled in a back street in Potts Point, Regents Court Hotel is a great home away from home for business and holiday travellers with their short and long term accommodation. This gorgeous four story Art Deco boutique hotel comprises of 26 self contained studio apartments, which are fully equipped with all you need to create a comfortable stay, just bring your clothes and yourself.
Regents Court apartments, great for short term or long term stay.
If you are a tourist or coming to Sydney for extended work periods or perhaps you are in that interim period with no home of your own when you are relocating, this is the ideal place to stay. Many corporate and theatre production clients from the Opera House and Belvoir Theatre use this hotel for its sheer convenience and comfort.
Located in Springfield Street on the fringe of Kings Cross and Potts Point it's easy walking distance to a multitude of cafes and restaurants, shops, markets and transport.
Leafy streets of Potts Point.
You can pop next door to 'Harris Farm Marketst' grocery store and buy some seafood or a steak, then take the heritage listed lift to the roof top garden and light up the BBQ for lunch to enjoy the views over Sydney skyline. You can also lounge on a chair with a book and soak up the sunshine for some little rest and relaxation. You won't get this in a big city hotel.
Rooftop sundeck and BBQ area with a view over Sydney CBD.
Petrol is one of the many cafes or pop into Harris Farm Markets to buy all your food needs. Big range of seafood to cook or salads and all your grocery needs.
This is not your swish hotel type, if you love art deco you will find the decor intriguing. From the facade, gorgeous light in the foyer and lead light doors to the wonderful heritage listed lift; you know, the ones where you have to pull the concertina iron door open, then the solid iron door to enter. It takes you back in time.
Art Deco interiors with Heritage Listed lift to take you to each floor.
The rooms are decked out in the same fascinating decor, including the bathrooms. The front rooms have a wonderful bay window to sit and while looking at the views. Oh, you can even lay in bed and watch the Sydney skyline light up at night.
Hotel Apartment with kitchenette dining area and room to move.
Most rooms also have a pull down bed with full size mattress concealed in the wall for those extra guests.
Bedroom apartment with a spare pull down bed in the wardrobe.
Modern conveniences are included with the very large size flat screen televisions. Plenty of space to work and spread your belongings around without that enclosed feel in small city hotels.
Huge flat screen TV.
Bathrooms are full of character, most with baths and you still get those little bottle of hair and body products if you have forgotten to bring your own. The kitchens have everything you need to whip up your meals to save time and money during your stay.
If bars are more your scene, there are plenty, although be a little selective, you don't want do enter those seedy sorts. World Bar and Club is a little expensive, although a fun night out. The famous Gazebo Hotel is a short stroll away and have a great Wine Garden to sit with a few drinks and lots of people watching. Cocktails at Goldfish is a little more subdued and elegant for drinks.
Potts Point is full of cafes for lazy breakfasts, lunches or dinners. Petrol is a little more upmarket than most and is located just across the street and is very popular with the local residents.
Wander along Victoria Street to the stairs that lead to Woolloomooloo for a bit of celebrity spotting or grab a pie and peas at the famous Harry's Cafe de Wheels. Oh be warned, there are 102 stairs to easily walk down, so if you don't want to walk back up them, you can always take the long winding road back to Regents Court Hotel.