Where Sydney’s famous harbour meets the Pacific Ocean amid gleaming panoramas and grand headlands, Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel nestles on the sandy shoreline. A destination in itself, our exclusive enclave captures the feel of a secret seaside haven so completely, you’d never guess how close you are to Sydney’s busy heart. Settle in, slow down and savour the simple things: a long lunch at Beach Club overlooking the boats and blue vistas; a barefoot stroll on the sand; sipping a sundowner while the big star paints the sky in dreamy pastels as it slips behind the horizon (did we mention that legendary Watsons sunsets come free with every stay?).

 

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Acclaimed creative Sibella Court has refurbed all 32 rooms in our boutique hotel, weaving her signature immersive style through Watsons Bay while paying tribute to its nautical heritage. Our rooms and suites double down on comfort with uplifting views ranging from breathtaking Sydney Harbour to serene Robertson Park and the Watsons Bay neighbourhood. Your room rate includes an Australian-style continental breakfast daily.

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Wander around the stunning Watsons Bay headland, the historic Macquarie and Hornby lighthouses and The Gap. Breathe fresh sea air and gaze at the city skyline. Or jump on a ferry, we’re as close as a 15-minute flit to Sydney landmarks such as Bondi Beach, Circular Quay, Manly and Taronga Zoo. Visit our play page to see what’s happening around Sydney in winter, our top tips of what to check out!

Play at Watsons

Exploring Watsons during winter has it’s own special place in our hearts. Sunsets get more vibrant and cosy spots in front of the fire await. Romantic interludes, family jaunts or big occasions all find their own sweet spot in a place where ease is a breeze.

You’ll get 35% off rooms until September 30, 2019. Simply head to the booking page, secure the rate and boom! You’re done. Simple and fast, you’re just moments away from relaxing and taking in the sights of Watsons.

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Please note this is not a reservation