Ovolo 1888 Darling Harbour
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Ovolo 1888 Darling Harbour  
Hotel in Sydney  
Excellent 9.3
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The property dates back to 1888, and it was originally a wool store. Now, the hotel is stylishly redesigned to give a sleek metro appearance.
 
Sir Stamford Circular Quay
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Sir Stamford Circular Quay  
Hotel in Sydney  
Excellent 9.2
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The ornate interiors feature equally stunning 18th Century Louis XV and Georgian antiques. Boasting Australia's largest private collection of fine art with a property that dates back to 1800s, this hotel brims with class and elegance.
 
The Hotel Windsor
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The Hotel Windsor  
Hotel in Melbourne  
Very Good 8.7
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This grand property was built in 1883, predating most Victorian hotels. With its great fame and expansive history, it has housed celebrities and royalties alike.
 
Hotel Lindrum Melbourne - MGallery by Sofitel
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Hotel Lindrum Melbourne - MGallery by Sofitel  
Hotel in Melbourne  
Excellent 8.9
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Thanks to the gold rush in the 1800s, the city of Melbourne quickly developed with residential houses, businesses and everything-mining. The renowned tea merchants named the Griffith Brothers, held the property as a store for tea, coffee and cocoa products until the 1940s. It was then leased to Verona Press wherein it became a printing headquarter for the Herald and other subsidiaries. In 1973, it was a famous billiard establishment under Walter Lindrum's name.
 
The Fullerton Hotel Sydney
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The Fullerton Hotel Sydney  
Hotel in Sydney  
Excellent 9.3
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The building was constructed in 1866 by the architect James Barnett. The iconic clock tower was built 1890. In 1996, the properties were refurnished and the interior acquired a luxurious modern design.
 
Seawall Apartments
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Seawall Apartments  
Adelaide  
Excellent 9.2
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The property dates back to 1800s with the first terrace built in 1892. From 1912 until 1937, it was home to Holdfast Bay Preparatory College, a prestigious boy school. The property and those surrounding it still retain the old-world feeling with its stained glass windows, detailed high plaster ceilings and floorboards. Recently, the hotel partnered with Che Chorley and Dave Court to create a 12-meter high art on the seawall.
 
Royal Albert Hotel
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Royal Albert Hotel  
Hotel in Brisbane  
Excellent 9.1
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The property was constructed in 1911 and was completed in 1913 under the ownership of the Perry brothers. In 1923, an extra storey was added making it once the tallest timber structure in the southern hemisphere. Throughout the decades, it was home to many businesses and even the United States Military in WWII.
 
Riverview Boutique Motel
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Riverview Boutique Motel  
Motel in Nambucca Heads  
Excellent 9.4
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The hotel first opened its doors to travellers in 1887. It was repurchased in 1929, renamed to "The Ranch" and repurposed to a guesthouse. Over the years, the town slowly grew to a city, but its Victorian aesthetic remained a staple throughout the decades.
 
Esplanade Hotel Fremantle - by Rydges
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Esplanade Hotel Fremantle - by Rydges  
Hotel in Fremantle  
Very Good 8.5
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The first building was built by Daniel Scott, the first harbour master, as a warehouse for the new city. In the building's infancy, it was used as a temporary place to house the first 75 convicts that arrived in 1850 during the construction of the then-new Fermantle Prison. In 1895, the building welcomed its first guest. Throughout the years, it was expanded and polished to meet the increasing demand. Nowadays, the hotel remembers its rich history by calling itself the "Harbour Master".
 
Simpsons Of Potts Point
Simpsons Of Potts Point  
Hotel in Sydney  
Excellent 9.3
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Marked by its distinctive Queen Anne's style during the Arts and Crafts Movement, the property was built in 1892. In 1930, the grand staircase was removed and an external staircase was built on the side of the property.
 
The Victoria Hotel
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The Victoria Hotel  
Hotel in Melbourne  
Very Good 8.5
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The property was one of the oldest hotels built in Melbourne. Initially opened as a humble coffee house during the 19th century, it was then turned into an elegant hotel in the 1920s.
 
Islington Hotel
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Islington Hotel  
Hotel in Hobart  
Excellent 9.5
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The hotel was built in 1847 under Regency architecture. It was first poised as a house then later transformed to an elegant hotel while gaining its current name in 1899.
 
InterContinental Sydney
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InterContinental Sydney  
Hotel in Sydney  
Very Good 8.7
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The hotel boasts a long prestigious history. It was built in 1851 and served as the Treasury Building until it was beautifully restored to a hotel.
 
Adabco Boutique Hotel Adelaide
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Adabco Boutique Hotel Adelaide  
Hotel in Adelaide  
Excellent 8.9
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The establishment was first used as Our Boy's Institute's house in 1896. Later the building was repurposed to an office and a college. In 2008, it was finally converted to a boutique hotel.
 
Grand Hotel Melbourne
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Grand Hotel Melbourne  
Hotel in Melbourne  
Very Good 8.7
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In 1842, Melbourne was becoming increasingly industrialized thanks to the building of a railway across the town. As the town flourished, wooden offices became insufficient to meet the demand of residents and workers. Railway commissioners hired William Henry Greene to architect a plan in 1886, the building will have an "imposing appearance" and "Italian architecture". The scale of it all was remarkable even in the 19th century. Construction was finished in 1891, and since then, floors and renovations were added.
 
Carrington Hotel
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Carrington Hotel  
Hotel in Katoomba  
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The property opened in 1883 and quickly became a popular retreat among the high society. It gained its name in 1886 in an honour to Lord Carrington, Governor of New South Wales. The mountain retreat was popular until 1970s. As tourism to the mountains dwindled, in 1985, The Carrington closed its doors and was reopened in 1998.
 
Bonneys Inn
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Bonneys Inn  
Bed & Breakfast in Deloraine  
Excellent 9.3
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In 1830, the property was built as the first brick building and legal hotel in Deloraine. Throughout the decades, it has served as a hotel, residence and apartment complex. In 1980, the building was renovated to repurpose the rooms as a restaurant and later turned into a bed & breakfast by Mr. and Mrs. Hassell.
 
Pinctada McAlpine House
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Pinctada McAlpine House  
Hotel in Broome  
Excellent 9.1
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The property was built in 1910 during the peak of the pearl shelling industry. In 1945, it was purchased by T.H. Kennedy and managed by Haynes family until 1982. Lord Alistar McAlpine resided in the house for over a decade until it was sold to the Wilkinson family and repurposed as a guesthouse.
 
Prince of Wales Motor Inn
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Prince of Wales Motor Inn  
Motel in Wagga Wagga  
Very Good 8.6
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This classical property was built in the 1870s. The flooring are designed with "Georgian era" in mind to give you a unique and vintage atmosphere.
 
Treasury Brisbane
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Treasury Brisbane  
Hotel in Brisbane  
Excellent 9.1
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This classical building was designed by John Hall & Son and built in 1997 by Abraham James. It was one of the large numbers of hotels in the 1880s, but today it's one of the very few that still stands as a hotel. In 1993, it was added to the Queensland Heritage Register.
 
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