Darling Point Pad
Set high above Rushcutters Bay only minutes away from Potts Point cafés and the waterfront parklands below, this pimping pad is one of the best places to stay in Sydney. Spanning the entire top floor of a stately 1930s mansion it has tear-inducing views of the shimmering harbour, yachts, ferries, the Harbour Bridge and more. The décor is exquisitely stylish, contemporary and hued in a brilliant white palette and while there’s a modern kitchen, the two-bedroom property’s period features are highlighted, particularly in the master bedroom, which features a beautiful French chandelier and a deep bathtub, and in the dining room and formal living room, which has a well-stocked library, a grand fireplace and ornate mirrors. However, most guests spend the majority of their time outside taking in the sensational harbour views on the gorgeous, sundrenched terrazzo, which opens out onto a limewashed timber decked area with antique wooden daybeds, a six-seater dining table and a sexy hot tub. Did somebody say mojito?