Friday, November 25, 2011

Five new holiday properties for the Contemporary Hotels portfolio

With a growing collection of unique and desirable city, coastal and country retreats, Contemporary Hotels offer an experience to suit every style and taste - and they've just announced five new additions to their celebrated group of Luxury Beach House + Villa + Apartments.  All of the fantastic new properties are within easy driving distance of Sydney ... and all of them are absolutely stunning. Here's the lowdown on the latest properties - excuse us while we take a moment to conjure up our next romantic escape!

"Apartment Noir" Darlinghurst, NSW
Apartment Noir is high style apartment living in Darlinghurst. Designed by Belle Magazine's interior designer of the year Greg Natale the decadent interiors offer a luxurious accommodation experience for visitors to Sydney who wish to embrace the local Darlinghurst lifestyle.
"Mending Wall" Mt Irvine, Blue Mountains, NSW
This striking contemporary country residence offers guests a serene and unique mountain experience only two hours from the Sydney CBD.

"Palm Beach Villa" Palm Beach, NSW
The Palm Beach Villa is a magnificent architectural ocean-front villa with views stretching from Palm Beach to the Pacific Ocean and beyond. This is luxury holiday accommodation on a grand scale.

"Barrenjoey Villa" Palm Beach, NSW
Situated on Pittwater's edge in idyllic Palm Beach this beautiful direct beach-front Villa offers the perfect Palm Beach holiday experience

"Bora Bora House" Cottage Point, NSW
Inspired by the luxurious private Island resorts, this extraordinary deep waterfront/beachfront villa is situated in the beautiful Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Just thirty five minutes from the Sydney CBD yet secluded in National Park and flanked by water this award winning property is simply stunning.

Take your pick - the philosophy behind Contemporary Hotels is all about high-end design and sophisticated, contemporary living. A holiday home you'll never want to leave! 

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