Styled with visiting politicians in mind, this business hotel with an architectural façade takes bedtime seriously – its room, suites and apartments have goose down bed toppers, feather pillows, and king-sized beds. The interior is sleek with a black, white and wood colour scheme.
With 68 aesthetically pleasing rooms, this designer-centric New Acton hotel epitomises the word “boutique”. The interior is warm and welcoming, but cool with thoughtful artowrks, esoteric objets d’art and restored 20th century furniture.
Peppers Gallery Hotel
Green high-back armchairs and funky blue couches pop in the foyer of this heritage building. Other ornamentations include original wall hangings, art installation and decorative bedheads.
QT hotels are the Aussie darlings of the hip hotel scene. It’s a stone’s throw from Parliament House and has 205 guest rooms kitted out like hipster bachelorette pads – think funky lamps, quirky cushions and Kartell furniture.
This family-owned hotel in Kingston has rooms that are furnished with repurposed and mid-century furniture, bright fabrics and photographic prints. It also has a 10-metre high video art wall!