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Ovolo Wooloomooloo Sydney Opens Its Doors

If you’ve read what we’ve said about Ovolo Hotels in the past (see what we thought of Melbourne’s Ovolo Laneways here) you’ll know that we love them (see what we thought about Ovolo Southside in Hong Kong here).

Lo Lounge 2

Genuinely, what they do with hotels and hospitality is rivalled by few, marvelled at by many and wanted by the rest. The Ovolo name has quickly shot skyward since inception and made a name for itself as designer, accessible, record-breaking and beyond awesome. Put it this way, if you could live in one permanently (and you can for the right price), you would.

The Ovolo Wooloomooloo in Sydney opened recently, overtaking after much anticipation the Wooloomooloo warf in Sydney’s heart.

In true Ovolo style (which you cannot help but love), the hotel’s focus on art, quirk, charm, additional elements of a hotel guest’s stay at no charge that make it all the more worthwhile and the fact it’s right on Sydney’s doorstep make it the next best thing for the city’s hospitality. With a bar on the accessible ground level called Lo Lounge, the public and hotel guests can enjoy the best of what the hotel offers – if you can prise yourself away from the 86 kilogram clock by the Swedish design studio Humans Since 1982 in the foyer, that is.

Ultraroo Suite

What they do, they do so well. It makes you want to be a part of it; comfortable inside and wanting to return once you leave.

To celebrate, they threw a party and here are some favourite shots. You must visit.







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James Banham is an Australian lifestyle, fashion and entertainment journalist. His writing can be found on these many topics and more in print and online publications around the country.
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