The dust has settled and we have to admit, Old Clare cleans up pretty good.
Stretching across two iconic heritage-listed buildings – The Clare Hotel pub and the Carlton & United Breweries Administration Building – the 62 room boutique hotel has been constructed with obsessive attention to aesthetics and concern for retaining the interesting features of both buildings.
Situated along the re-developed Kensington Street precinct, The Old Clare Hotel is the first Australian hotel from the unconventional Unlisted Collection:. With its rich, varied history and architecture, Chippendale has become the home of choice for dozens of art galleries, production houses, graphic and fashion design studios, plus Sydney’s most exciting new restaurants, cafés and bars.
A philosopher once said: 'The reason to leave home and stay in a hotel is to eat amazing food in bed and lounge poolside whilst texting your friends'. Three restaurants, a rooftop pool, two bars and more should offer plenty of reasons to pack your bags.
As if Chippendale didn't have enough to offer already. The Old Clare Hotel will offer anything from pop-up markets to tastings over inspiring talks to art exhibitions and live music.
The Old Clare Hotel is home to three new restaurants from esteemed chefs Sam Miller, Clayton Wells and Jason Atherton. Whether you spend Sydney’s abundant daylight hours at the beach, in boutiques or exploring the harbour, your nightlife and downtime are all sorted.
Located in an imposing 1930s warehouse-style interior with six-metre-high ceilings and arched windows opening onto Kensington Street, Clayton Wells, formerly of Momofuku Seiobo, creates a frequently changing five-course menu, incorporating seasonal ingredients in a contemporary way.
Sam Miller’s restaurant takes its name from a native, migratory Australian bird. Here the former sous chef of Noma in Copenhagen, applies his northern European culinary approach - more pickling, fermenting, salting, curing and smoking than you can shake a stick at - to down under ingredients.
No matter if you are jetlagged, woke up late, arrived famished at odd hours of the day or just need a drink or bite, Kensington Street Social provides flexibility, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, from sharing plates and snacks to multi-course meals. From the mind and hardworking hands of Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton.