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A Hampton-Inspired Beach Club: Watson’s Bay Hotel in Australia

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A Hampton-Inspired Beach Club: Watson’s Bay Hotel in Australia

Izabella Simmons June 11, 2013

We have a thing for beach clubs: the Ace Swim Club and the Montauk Surf Lodge are two of our favorites, but if we were to travel Down Under we wouldn’t mind a swim (or a drink) at Watson’s Bay Beach Club.

Located just outside Sydney, Watson’s Bay is a favorite getaway destination for Sydney dwellers. One of the latest lodging projects is the Watson’s Bay Boutique Hotel and Beach Club owned by Arthur Laundry and Fraser Short. Last year, they renovated the space and turned it into a tropical play area where guests can frolic by the sea drinking umbrella-festooned cocktails. For more information, go to Watson’s Beach Bar and Club.

Photographs via Vogue Living Australia Blog.

Above: Wooden slats function as directional signs which help guests find their destination. The text is hand painted. 

Above: The bar area features a rounded wooden bar and a wall mural of green palm leaves. 

Above: Playful writing on a white and blue painted brick wall. 

Above: Colorful buoys add a cheerful note.

Above: Nautical accents such as wooden paddels can be found throughout the space. 

Above: The entrance to the Watson restaurant.

Are you traveling to Sydney this summer or simply daydreaming about far-flung places to visit? Either way, check out our Sydney City Guide for inspiring stops.

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