Ovolo Woolloomooloo in Sydney has taken top honour

Ovolo Woolloomooloo in Sydney has taken top honour

first_imgOvolo Woolloomooloo in Sydney has taken top honours in Australia in the TripAdvisor Travellers Choice Awards for 2019.Travellers’ Choice award are based on the millions of reviews and opinions collected in a single year from TripAdvisor travellers worldwide.“Our Travellers’ Choice Hotel awards showcase exceptional accommodations around the world that are recognised for their value, service, amenities and overall experience, as reviewed by travellers worldwide on TripAdvisor,” said Grant Colquhoun, TripAdvisor spokesperson. “Be it a stylish urban retreat, a scenic beachfront resort or simply a place to unwind and escape, travellers can get inspired by these award winners when choosing the ideal hotel for their next getaway.” Queensland has the greatest number of hotel winners in OZ with 75, New South Wales had 55 properties recognised, and Victoria featured 28 award winners. Globally, the United States has the greatest number of hotel winners with 165, Italy had 164 properties recognised and Spain featured 163 award winners.The Top 10 Traveller’s Choice Hotels in Australia for 20191. Ovolo Woolloomooloo – Sydney, New South WalesTripAdvisor average annual price of $434 per night.Stretched along Sydney’s Woolloomooloo Wharf, the longest timber-piled wharf in the world, Ovolo Woolloomooloo boasts a picturesque Sydney Harbour view and is a stroll away from some of Sydney’s best waterfront restaurants. The hotel marries heritage with modern luxury, and features contemporarily designed loft rooms. 2. Pinetrees Lodge – Lord Howe IslandTripAdvisor average annual price of $1,387 per night.Sitting on World Heritage site Lord Howe, Pinetrees Lodge as their name suggests, is nestled amongst pine trees, faces one of the world’s most pristine lagoons, and surrounded by lush forests and a rich biodiversity of flora and fauna. Pinetrees Lodge offers a range of activities for all ages and traveller types, from surfing, snorkelling and diving to bird watching, fishing, golfing and day spas.3. Ovolo 1888 Darling Harbour – Sydney, New South WalesTripAdvisor average annual price of $338 per night.Steeped in history, Ovolo 1888 Darling Harbour was constructed in 1888 and originally a wool factory and warehouse. Overhauled into a thoughtfully designed hotel with “shutter-happy Instagrammers in mind”, the hotel melds Sydney’s old-world charm with contemporary design. Each room features three-metre high ceilings, recycled timber work stations and bespoke furniture. 4. Peninsula Boutique Hotel – Port Douglas, QueenslandTripAdvisor average annual price of $405 per night.Offering a boutique style, adults only hotel experience, Peninsula Boutique hotel overlooks the Four Mile Beach and is the only hotel in Port Douglas with beach and ocean views. 5. Korte’s Resort – Rockhampton, QueenslandTripAdvisor average annual price of $157 per night.Located near the heart of Rockhampton, Korte’s Resort is a luxurious, tropical oasis that is value for money and suitable for any traveller and occasion– from weddings, business conferences to a restful weekend escape. 6. COMO The Treasury – Perth, Western AustraliaTripAdvisor average annual price of $645 per night.Residing within a beautifully restored 19th century state building yet still retaining their original government office layout, COMO The Treasury is situated at the heart of Perth’s central business district. Designed by renowned local architect Kerry Hill, no two rooms are alike, and every aspect of the 48-room modern luxury hotel features handcrafted European furnishings, high ceilings, large windows and travertine stone tiles. 7. The Langham, Sydney – Sydney, New South WalesTripAdvisor average annual price of $523 per night.Situated along the quaint cobble stoned streets of Sydney’s Historic Rocks district, The Langham, Sydney faces stunning Western Harbour views. With a focus on providing a grand residential experience, every room features high ceilings, bespoke furnishings amidst soft panelled walls, Juliette balconies and/or signature terraces. 8. Qualia Resort – Hamilton Island, QueenslandTripAdvisor average annual price of $1,508 per night.Latin for ‘a collection of deeper sensory experiences’, Qualia Resort sits on the secluded northern-most tip of Hamilton Island, surrounded by the splendour of the Great Barrier Reef. Exquisitely designed and promising privacy, each pavilion faces the water with breathtaking views; some even inclusive of a sundeck or a personal infinity edge plunge pool. 9. Meriton Suites Southport – Southport, QueenslandTripAdvisor average annual price of $236 per night.At 55 levels high, Meriton Suites Southport is located in one of the city’s tallest buildings and all 208 suites are between levels 25 and 55. Soak up the magnificent sights from any suite—of stunning hinterland and surrounds, and pristine surf beaches from the Pacific Ocean coastline. The suites’ contemporary features, open living spaces and luxury inclusions such well-appointed gourmet kitchens and full-sized bathrooms, provide a new level of hospitality experience. 10. Freestyle Resort Port Douglas – Port Douglas, QueenslandTripAdvisor average annual price of $264 per night.Located a short walk away from tropical paradise Four Mile beach and main shopping and restaurant district Macrossan Street, Freestyle Resort Port Douglas sets the standard for boutique accommodation in the Port Douglas region. While the resort features an award-winning spa and heated swimming pool, the highlight for most travellers was still the personalised service by resident managers Jason and Anne. To view the full list of 2019 Travellers’ Choice award-winning hotels, including the top hotels in the world, CLICK HERE. IMAGE: Ovolo Woolloomooloo – #1 Australian hotel in TripAdvisor’s Travellers Choice Awards 2019 hotelsTravellers Choice Awards 2019TripAdvisorlast_img

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