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Founded in 1999 in Seattle, the Ace Hotel Group has found its place among the hotel magnates. How? By creating spaces that embrace the local culture, inviting creatives from all disciplines to participate in the development of the project. The result is hotels that are anchored in the urban landscape, whose architecture revives and inspires travelers. Just like their latest address, the Ace Hotel Sydney. After the United States, Japan and recently Canada, the group has crossed the equatorial line to Australia to install their first hotel in the southern hemisphere. 

In cosmopolitan Surry Hills, the Ace Hotel revives a former brick factory and pays tribute to Australian culture. Alongside Flack Studio, they draw inspiration from the warm, cinematic colors of the local landscape to bring out the history of the place. Ceramic creations, reddish-ochre marble, industrial furniture, and design by local artists. The Melbourne studio has successfully intertwined the architectural past with contemporary design. From the 257 rooms to the two restaurants, Kiln and LOAM, Ace Sydney is an invitation to discover the country’s multicultural heritage. A place created by many, open to all, from vacationers to creative people who will soon be welcomed in an artists’ residence in the heart of the building. 

Ace Hotel

Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Louise Conesa