Wednesday, December 7, 2011
We have soo many weddings and everyone Comments on how romantic the hotel is. I have had a couple of new websites created Romantic Sydney Hotels and Romantic Sydney Hotel they are designed to help us show up when people search for romantic hotels in sydney. Tell me what you think.
Sunday, November 20, 2011
Yes in an effort to provide information to a new segment of our customers, we have had our video dubbed into Chinese. While we don't have many customers from mainland china, it's a sector which we are trying to establish ourselves. I have been many times and love China and hope that while the Cremorne Manor is very different to anything I've ever seen in china. It is something that may be of interest to chinese travellers who are looking for something a little more exciting than a standard chain hotel.
If you are interested Here is the link to the video in Chinese
If you are interested Here is the link to the video in Chinese
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
While a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth much more, Especially when people are looking to find out about a travel destination or accommodation. We wanted to create a little promo video of the Manor, Therefore we enlisted the Services of Kelly Brooks, who is both a talented musician, and video producer. Kelly was able to capture the feel of Cremorne Point and the manor in a wonderful 3 minute video. I hope you like it.
Saturday, October 29, 2011
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
While this doesn't directly affect the hotel. this is a brilliant activity one can do from Sydney Harbour. The Sydney Heritage fleet offers sailing days on some of their old ships the most famous being the James Craig.
This makes for one amazing activity a day sailing a real tall ship. Below is some infor I've found on their website and video:
The barque James Craig was built by Bartram, Haswell & Co. in Sunderland, England in 1874. Originally named Clan Macleod, her maiden voyage was to Peru.
For 26 years she plied the trade routes of the world carrying general cargoes during which period she rounded Cape Horn 23 times. In 1900 she was purchased by Mr J J Craig of Auckland and was used on trans-Tasman trade routes as a general cargo carrier. In 1905 she was re-named James Craig and then a short six years later, in 1911, she was laid up because increasing competition from steam ships made sailing vessels uneconomical. She was then stripped and used as a copra hulk in New Guinea. After the First World War there was an acute shortage of cargo ships. This gave James Craig a new lease of life after being towed from New Guinea to Sydney for re-fitting.
Her return to service was brief because in 1925 she was reduced to a coal hulk at Recherche Bay, Tasmania. In 1932 she was abandoned and became beached after breaking her moorings in a storm. She remained beached until 1972 when volunteers from the Sydney Heritage Fleet re-floated her. In 1973 she was towed to Hobart where temporary repairs were carried out. She was towed to Sydney in 1981 and restoration work commenced. The James Craig's restored hull was re-launched in February 1997.
Off Sydney Heads, on a glorious summer day in February 2001, she hoisted all her 21 sails for the first time in nearly 80 years and is now fully operational.
James Craig is berthed at Wharf 7 Pyrmont and is open to the public for guided tours from 10:00am to 4:00pm daily.
James Craig sails most weekends, either on Saturday or Sunday (see What's On When for dates). These cruises are open to the public and small groups. The vessel carries 80 passengers at sea and 200 in the harbour. Bookings can be made through the Fleet's highly secure online shop, or by phoning the Fleet on 02 9298 3888.
She is also available for charter; either for a cruise on the open sea under sail, under power in Sydney Harbour or simply tied up alongside her berth.
For further charter information, or to make a charter reservation, contact the Marketing and Events Manager on 02 9298 3868 or email email@example.com
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Cremorne Point Manor: Best Boutique Hotel Sydney
Visiting Australia is one of the most unforgettable experiences you’ll have. From its sceneries, tourist spots, up to your leisure hotels to stay on, you’ll surely decide to visit this country again and again. Australia is best known not only on its tourist spots but also on its hotel accommodations, one of which is the Boutique Hotel Sydney. Sydney, Australia consists of many hotels that are particularly high-class, provides relaxing and rejuvenating environment, and the greatest hotel services one could ever find. Sydney has many hotels to be proud of and offer to people, one of which is the best Cremorne Point Manor. This Boutique Hotel Sydney is considered best among the Boutique hotels in Sydney. To give an overview to this Boutique hotel, this article would present Cremorne Point Manor and its best features.
Cremorne Point Manor: The Boutique Hotel Sydney’s Brief History
Before Cremorne Point became a well-known Boutique Hotel Sydney, this guest house had undergone several changes and developments since its establishment. Cremorne Point was first inhabited by people called Cammeraygal Aboriginals. This area was first named as Wul-Warra-Jeung. After such name, is the Careening Point title given by people due to the difficulty in transportation in the point. In 1830, James Robertson was granted the land.
Cremorne Point Manor: The Boutique Hotel Sydney’s Exact Location
Cremorne Point Manor is located exactly on the North Shore of Sydney Harbour. At the peak of Cremorne Point, you would be able to see Kurraba Point, Kirribilli and Shellcove Bay in West, Sydney City, Woolloomooloo and Pinchgut Island in South, and Double Bay and Watsons Bay in East. By these given location specifics, you can already visualize how perfect the scenery is in Cremorne Point Manor.
Cremorne Point Manor: The Boutique Hotel Sydney’s Greatest Spots
Cremorne Point Manor is not just the most stylish Boutique Hotel Sydney that you could find. You’ll never know how perfect this Manor is inside. Actually, inside the said hotel is the most loved Lex and Ruby Graham Gardens which was maintained since 1957. This garden was actually renowned as Most Beautiful Open Maintained by Residents awarded by Spring Awards. Also, this Boutique Hotel Sydney is actually known for its quiet and leafy location, which is particularly characterized by the highly ornamental gardens and bush land.
Cremorne Point Manor: The Boutique Hotel Sydney’s Perfect Accomodation
Cremorne Point Manor is offering best hospitality services to every visitor, and these include their well-maintained facilities such as public toilets, picnic areas, children’s playground, MacCallum Pool, lookout, and its gardens. Also wifi is available in the whole hotel, giving more people convenience and extra leisure activity in their stay. In addition to these are the air conditioned rooms, LCD TVs, FREE DVD library, and DVD players available in every room. These just made people more comfortable and relaxed on their stay at the hotel. Cremorne Point Manor is undoubtedly best in its hotel services by giving people the best, relaxing, fulfilling, and unforgettable vacation experience to people.
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Thursday, September 29, 2011
hotel has just opened their new monkey penthouses with water views. Now like most sydneysiders a water view penthouse is high on everyone's list. Some just get it for free. ABC News
Monday, March 7, 2011
In a prior post, I mistakenly mentioned that installing an elevator in a 100 year old building is harder than having a baby. I will now say how wrong I was. My beautiful wife, last week gave birth to our baby girl. (Sophia) and while it's the most exciting and wonderful thing I've ever been part of. Now only 1 week into this lifetime venture I am realising there is little harder than having a baby and caring for one. I've got tremendous respect for my wife (and my mother), well all mothers actually. As this makes what I do for a living seem very easy. I've included a little photo of the princess.