Monday, 28 April 2014

Woolloomooloo, East Sydney Hotel

The East Sydney Hotel is located on the corner of Crown Street and Cathedral Street, in the inner city suburb of Woolloomooloo. This heritage listed building was built in the Federation architectural style.

17 comments:

  1. Does not look bad for a few days on it.

    Tomás.

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  2. I usually think that pubs were built in the late Victorian style (c1870-1900) or the Art Deco style (c1925-40). Regardless of when this pub was actually built, it is quite refreshing to see a Federation, Edwardian design. Love it :)

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  3. It looks very interesting. I'm sure it's a lovely place to stay in.

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  4. What a great building. Reminds me of some pubs/hotels here in New Zealand.

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  5. I love the depth of blue in that sky Jim. Beautiful. I've wondered what people in other parts of the world think of our town names especially Woolloomoolo. Such a great name!

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    1. Joe, it's one of my favourite Sydney suburb names. :)

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  6. Wonderful hotel.
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  7. This hotel graces the corner so beautifully. A grand piece of architecture.

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  8. Hello Jim,

    What a lovely hotel. That blue sky is so intense; the trim on the building matches. Thanks for sharing.

    Have a Happy Blue Monday!

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    1. Yes, Ruth. Just break up the syllables as wool-loo-moo-loo.

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  10. Interesting European architecture to go with such an Australian name. The color really goes with Mellow Yellow.

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  11. Hi Jim, I think it is really perfect for any occasional events venue, thanks for posting it here. Did you also heard about this Rydges Camperdown Hotel in Sydney? I read some review of that hotel and they wrote a lot of positive thoughts. Their website is here and you can visit it anytime you want if you are interested.

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