Arriving back home on a warm day is a cool relief. Studio is stylish modern. High quality linen, lots of extra amenities and towels. Brand new bed, good air con and air fresher. Every item in the studio is there to make sure you are comfortable, sleep well and feel at home during the stay. Large French-style windows and an extra-high ceiling fill the interior with natural light, while wooden floors and marble detailing add a classic vibe. Sit down to the inclusive breakfast, with the well-stocked fridge on hand for later snacks. Dishwasher and washing machine hidden but at your service.
“This place was in a fantastic location - restaurants and supermarket within 150m. Beautiful walk/run just out the door and easy access to CBD. Everything you could ever want for a Sydney stay was in the room. Towels, sunscreen, guides etc. Only potential downside is that is may be noisy on a Friday or Saturdaynight as the room is above the street. No issue for me as it was Tuesday when I stayed. Sophie was terrific to communicate with and had music and air con for my arrival. Would definitely recommend as great inner Sydney experience for those who like great food and vibe.”
You have found one of the best food locations in Sydney to stay during your visit. Surrounded by busy cafes and popular restaurants, Potts Point is a vibrant "inner city village" that is walking distance away from city centre, Sydney Harbour, Opera House, NSW Art Gallery, Australian Museum, beautiful parks and excellent public transport is minutes away.
“Charlottes place is well located in a busy pocket of Potts Point in an alley near excellent cafes and a lovely wine bar. The apartment itself is as advertised with a stylish layout and neat window which divides the bedroom space but let’s in plenty of light. Note the sets of stairs for access. Would recommend and stay again.”
*****Dezeen Awards 2019 Interiors Longlist***** *****Winner Australian Apartment or Unit 2018 Houses Awards***** *****Shortlist Residential IDEA (Interior Design Excellence Awards) 2018***** Featured online: Architectural Digest, Vogue Australia, ARCHITECTUREAU, The Design Files, Australian Design Review, Houzz, Hunting for George, Broadsheet, Concrete Playground, Domain Featured in print: Houses magazine, Green magazine, Habitus, Tiny Interiors: Compact Living Spaces (Braun Publishing)
“An artist has to be very clever and careful when working with a tiny canvas. There’s no room for idle strokes. You’ll feel this idea brought to life in this apartment where the available space has been diced up and arranged like a miniature bouquet of flowers. You need to be appreciative of the design and careful in how use it to get the most of it but you’ll be rewarded by a space that seems to anticipate your needs. An interesting experience you’ll be willing to try again.”