Based on a similar concept in Paris, III Rooms Sydney has just launched, offering serviced apartment accommodation with a super stylish twist. Fittingly located in the Paris end of Potts Point (in a heritage listed building on the corner of Macleay Street and Challis Avenue), the three European style apartments have been decked out by three renowned Australian design houses – Cult Design, MCM House and Jardan. It’s the perfect city stay for design lovers, and that’s before you consider the fabulous restaurants, wine bars and boutiques nearby.
Inspired by the iconic 3 Rooms Paris (self-contained accommodation curated by fashion designer Azzedine Alaia), the apartments recreate the ‘unique and perfectly imperfect detail’ of apartment living in Paris, Milan or Venice. Each apartment has gorgeous period details including sash windows and high ceilings as well as an abundance of natural light.
All three have been filled with a stylish curation of furniture, styling pieces and original artwork. And the best part is that everything inside the apartments is available for purchase – it’s the perfect way to try before you buy!
The first apartment is by Cult Design and features a tight edit of the brand’s classic collections. Local furniture and design brands combine with international pieces for a luxe, livable and sophisticated feel.
The apartment’s elegant light-drenched living and dining rooms are brimming with Danish design, while the sunroom is bursting with colour. All of the rooms feature artworks by M Contemporary.
The MCM House designed apartment highlights the building’s gorgeous heritage details with a subdued, calming and homely palette. There’s a reclaimed timber dining table with a photograph by Sam Davidson above, reflecting Potts Point’s unique brand of eclecticism.
In the third apartment, Jardan showcases its gorgeous handmade wares. The spaces are calm, uncluttered and designed to mimic a stylish family home.
The apartments start at $700 per night and are managed by Contemporary Hotels.