Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Millers Point, Hotel Palisade

The Hotel Palisade is located on the corner of Dalgety Road and Bettington Street, in the inner city suburb of Millers Point. It was designed by Henry Deane Walsh in the Federation Free architectural style and built in 1912.  It was refurbished in 2015 and now features the Harry Deane Bar, a rooftop cocktail bar, viewed here from the Bettington Street entrance of Barangaroo Reserve. The Hotel Palisade name came from the palisade fence built between Munn Street and Bettington Street.

10 comments:

  1. It's an interesting building, Jim, and it must be lovely inside after the refurbishment.
    Many thanks for joining me at the Travel Tuesday meme.

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    1. With great views of the harbour from the top too.

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  2. It still looks in good shape, it being from 1912-1915! Am glad it still has a function! Many thanks for sharing it with All Seasons and have a great week!

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  3. That rooftop bar looks like the perfect place to relax!

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  4. Another fascinating building with shadow ~ neat shot ~ ^_^

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  5. very nice building. I would love to stay in it.

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