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Each of the apartment-style suites in Veriu Broadway offers a luxurious nights stay. 

 

Here, original paint remains on brick, creating a distressed look.

 

 

Set against a backdrop of concrete, distressed brick and grainy timbers, each of the apartment-style suites at Veriu Broadway offers a luxurious nights stay with a stylish yet functional kitchen and welcoming king sized bed. Once a space for many an industry, including an old leather tannery, this federation style warehouse in Sydney's inner city retains its strong industrial framework. The remnants of which have inspired the hotel's smart interior and laidback loft living lifestyle.

Out and about for the day? Start your morning the (Australian) way and enjoy coffee in the hotel’s cafe style lobby before exploring Broadway and its surrounding suburbs with complimentary bicycle hire. Take a trip to the Powerhouse Museum, located on the site of Sydney's old Ultimo Power Station. Head next to the Tramsheds, a heritage listed tram depot cum European style market hall, and Sydney’s hottest food destination. And finally, what better way to wind down for the evening than with a book and a glass of wine at the cherished Sappho Books; a second-hand bookstore in the local neighborhood of Glebe.

Imagery courtesy of Veriu | Photography by Mark Townshend (Article Studio)

 

The building's original features define the present space.

 

Enjoy coffee in the cafe-style lobby before touring the city via complimentary bicycle. 

 

Exposed rafters and grainy timber beams reference the building's past.

 

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