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207 Darlinghurst Rd., Sydney, New South Wales 2010, Australia

Patterned after the original Government House, this Darlinghurst hotel in a Colonial Georgian residence was once a nightclub (the hotel's name comes from a Rolling Stones concert at Altamont Freeway because the band members were regular guests here). Architect Furio Valich helmed the renovation that converted it to boutique hotel, where a shared “street” connects rooms. The interiors emphasize IKEA-style furnishings, stone, tiles, and tones of gray and brown. The Loft, with its tall ceiling, has hosted numerous celebrities including Mick Jagger. Pets are welcome.

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Hotel Altamont

Patterned after the original Government House, this Darlinghurst hotel in a Colonial Georgian residence was once a nightclub (the hotel's name comes from a Rolling Stones concert at Altamont Freeway because the band members were regular guests here). Architect Furio Valich helmed the renovation that converted it to boutique hotel, where a shared “street” connects rooms. The interiors emphasize IKEA-style furnishings, stone, tiles, and tones of gray and brown. The Loft, with its tall ceiling, has hosted numerous celebrities including Mick Jagger. Pets are welcome.