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There’s no better way of recharging your relationship and waking up those butterflies than going away for a little romantic getaway with your significant other. For trips like those, people often opt for some countryside family-owned bed and breakfast, but what if you want to make your romantic trip a city break as well? Let’s say you choose Sydney to be your destination. Where would you stay? Boutique hotels make the perfect choice since they’re petite, usually independent, and, therefore, intimate. So here are some of the most romantic boutique hotels in Sydney.

1888 Hotel

It’s located in the magnificent 19th-century warehouse in a part of Sydney called Darling Harbour. Such convenient name for your romantic holiday, isn’t it? Each type of suite is styled in a modern way with industrial fixtures from the 19th century, such as exposed brick walls and massive wooden beams. 3-metre-high ceiling and restored vintage furniture will turn your romantic trip into a royal experience. Also, concerning food, the menu is based on fresh products, Australian cuisine, and good coffee. Good bits of Sydney are all within walking distance, so you and your darling can enjoy romantic walks through the Darling Harbour.

The Old Clare Hotel

This lovely hotel is positioned in the Chippendale precinct which used to be an industrial area, but is now an emerging creative hub, full of artsy locals. It’s one of the most interesting boutique hotels in Sydney since it’s located in an old brewer’s headquarters so the walls are decorated with drinking artefacts. Room design is inspired by natural looks so it’s all about relaxing, earthy tones and natural materials. Double-sized comfy king beds and deluxe bathtubs will surely help spice things up, and heated rooftop pool and a peek-a-boo view add another romantic note. Besides, art film screenings and live music will give you the excuse for not leaving the hotel, if you don’t want to.

Simpsons of Potts Point Hotel

Restored building from the 19th century makes the Simpsons hotel look very authentic, reminiscing the style of homes from Edwardian age in Australia. The guest lounge has a huge library and a fireplace so you’ll feel cosy and welcome. The rooms are a perfect mixture of historic elegance with contemporary design and comfort. Double king beds are very comfy, and spacious bathrooms are there to complete your experience. Lighting is carefully positioned to bring the dash of romance of the past times.

Rendezvous Hotel

With a romantic name like that, Rendezvous boutique hotel makes the perfect hideaway for two lovebirds. It’s perfect for the families, but if you ask for the room on one of the top three floors you’ll get a romantic view of a Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. Ask for a room with a balcony and you’ll hit the jackpot. The rooms are contemporary in design and equipped with minibar, microwave and a coffee-making facility. The hotel does not operate a restaurant, but they do serve breakfast. The location is convenient, because a lot of cafes and restaurants are within a walking distance.

In the end, it doesn't matter where you are but who are you with. Of course, everyone loves a comfy accommodation and good news is that petite, authentic, and intimate hotels can be found in a bull’s-eye urban setting of a big city such as Sydney. Whether it’s a romantic weekend or a long holiday with your significant other, you’ll be able to find a perfect option for you and make the most out of your stay.

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