From

$220/n

Spread across the middle floors are eight rooms of boutique accommodation with beds to rest your head and a tranquil setting to enjoy the surrounding views. Mallard’s marine wall murals uniquely hand-painted in each room in seafaring shades are a subtle reminder of your portside location in Old Sydney Town. Treat The Hotel as your home during your sojourn and indulge in all the services the house has to offer.

Each room, quirkily named after the colourful characters kicking around The Rocks in days gone by, offers unique views over Sydney’s skyline. The design pays homage to Hotel Palisade’s rich past but with luxurious finishes to remind you of the comforts of modern day living. Jewel box bathrooms fitted with old-fashioned fixtures and indulgent products ensure a superior experience for your sleepover.

Standard rooms are styled with the same aesthetic and finished with identical attention to detail, only point of difference to the Deluxe is the size. The studio rooms still offer mini-bar facilities but do not have a kitchenette.

Inherent features of standard rooms: queen-sized bed with upholstered linen bedhead, marble-tiled Federation-style en-suites (shower only), fully operational windows with floor to ceiling block out curtains, mosquito bed netting, ceiling fans, bespoke fixtures & fittings, artwork by local Australian artists, mini-bar with coffee/tea making facilities, pendant feature lights, HD TV, hairdryer, dry-cleaning service and Marshall iPod dock.

Deluxe rooms are spacious and filled with natural light, located on levels two and three, they all offer sophisticated comfort and stunning views. Eclectic furnishings that combine modern comfort with old-world charm fill these spacious rooms which boast a kitchenette and separate lounge and sleeping areas.

Inherent features of deluxe rooms: queen-sized/king-sized bed with upholstered linen bedhead, original hand-painted wall mural by Neil Mallard, marble-tiled Federation-style en-suites (shower only), fully operational double hung windows with floor to ceiling block out curtains, mosquito bed netting, ceiling fans, bespoke fixtures & fittings, artwork by local Australian artists, mini-bar with Nespresso machine and tea making facilities, pendant feature lights, HD TV, hairdryer, dry-cleaning service and Marshall iPod dock. Deluxe rooms also include a kitchenette and lounge area.

The cocktail lounge Henry Dane comprises over levels 4 and 5 of Hotel Palisade, and serves both lunch and dinner with their full food menu of share plates. Henry Deane is the crown jewel of Hotel Palisade, revealing the building’s modern and sophisticated charm. Spread across two floors, the contemporary cocktail lounge provides breathtaking Sydney scenes no matter which way you look. Reservations can be made prior to the day, alternatively, they do have a portion of seating for walk-ins available. On Friday and Saturday evenings, they do not take any reservations, it is walk-ins only.

Step back in time as you enter the character filled Public House located at ground level of Hotel Palisade. If you listen closely you might still hear the jeers of the larrikins and ‘wharfies’ coming to drink after a day waiting for ships to dock or the cries of mothers calling in their little ones after a long day of riding billy carts and playing mock war games on the streets. Refurbished in mid-2015, the design was inspired by the small trades of eras passed and reflects the industrial roots of the local neighborhood. As you sit back and satiate your appetite with a quenching beverage and more than satisfying pub feed, take a moment to soak up the rich history to Hotel Palisade and admire the bespoke fixtures and fittings handcrafted by the finest artisan tradespeople.