HUNTERS HILL HOTEL HUNTERS HILL
A landmark building and outstanding example of interwar Art Deco Moderne, the design is attributed to the noted early modernist architect Sydney Anchor.
On the ground floor, internal walls were removed to create one large overall space beneath the original radiating concrete beams & decorative ceiling. A new bar runs along one wall accentuating the curved geometry of the room.
Upstairs, a large central space containing a new bar, opens out to a renovated north facing terrace with sweeping views of the Lane Cove River; a sequence of intimate lounge areas and function rooms wrap around the original recessed balcony, allowing district views across the Hunters Hill Peninsula and to the City beyond.