Beautifully restored from a convent, the 35-key Little Albion Guest House in Sydney comes with an art collection, bespoke furnishings, a rooftop bar, and more.
If you’ve ever planned an overseas wedding or a massive group vacation, the thought of booking out an entire apartment or even hotel might’ve crossed your mind.
Hot on the heels of its new offerings, which now targets the luxury-seeking traveler, home-sharing service Airbnb is offering its first ever hotel available for guests to book in its entirety.
Formerly a convent, the property has been beautifully restored and embodies an authentic yet localized guest house experience for well-heeled travelers.
The property listing describes it as having “the hedonistic design of the 1970s, the unadulterated luxury of the 1920s, with the convenience of modern furnishings.”
Designed by boutique hotel pioneers 8Hotels and builder/designer Connie Alessi, Little Albion boasts bespoke finishing, a well-stocked bar, an art collection, as well as a rooftop bar with alfresco seating and stunning views of the Sydney Central Business District.
Paul Fischmann, founder and CEO of 8Hotels said: “Little Albion Guest House was developed with the same attention to detail that a home owner has in creating their dream home, resulting in a truly one of a kind property, just like the homes you find on Airbnb.”
In line with Airbnb’s aim of creating unique guest experiences and a sense of belonging, travelers who stay at Little Albion will be able to enjoy the services of a team of hosts led by boutique hotel guru and Surry Hills resident Wendy Morris.
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