Located in the leafy suburbs of Sydney’s Surry Hills, Paramount House Hotel will officially open its doors on 1 April, with online bookings now being taken.
The 29-room property marks the first accommodation offering by Russell Beard, Ping Jin Ng and Mark Dundon, the team collectively behind Reuben Hills, Paramount Coffee Project, Seven Seeds and Bondi Hall.
Designed by celebrated Melbourne-based Breathe Architecture, the hotel is spread across two newly-connected buildings, in the former Australian headquarters of Paramount Picture Studios. The hotel’s signature restaurant, Poly, and guest rooms are located in the former film storage warehouse, where a two-storey copper-clad extension has been added to the roof.
Also on-site will be the award-winning café Paramount Coffee Project, which extends out of the hotel lobby, the art-house Golden Age Cinema & Bar, and the design-lead co-working hub The Office Space. A rooftop health club and outdoor garden café called Paramount Recreation Club will also open later this year.