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    A weekend in Potts Point : A Locay guide

    A weekend in Potts Point: Accommodation, local eats and entertainment : A Locay guide | Locay. Live like a local


    Some things are just too good to be true! – Not us though.


    Potts Point – We truly do believe this Neighbourhood ticks all the boxes. And for just about everyone.


    The Jensen Potts Point is nestled on the infamous and buzzing Macleay Street. So perfectly situated between many of Sydney’s world class food and beverage establishments. Also, in this quirky art deco neighbourhood you will find unique gift stores, museums and historic monuments – all with a story to tell.



    We recommend heading on over too the Cho Cho San. An exquisite interpretation of the Tokyo izakaya created by Jonathan Barthelmess & Max Smith.


    The Night does not have too stop there. The Roosevelt on Orwell St is a watering hole for many of our locals. This New York 50’s inspired bar has seen a world of scandal and crime. The perfect spot to slip back in time and sip martinis.



    If you are more of an early riser and enjoy a bit of a fresher start to your day The Jensen is a 5-minute walk from Kings Cross Saturday markets. No need to grab breakfast first. An empty stomach is suggested. You will find an array or local organic goods that you just cannot resist.


    After all that indulging, we have the perfect cure. Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens are a beautiful leisurely stroll from our Guest House. The harbour views from Mrs Macquarie’s Chair are truly breath taking. All little further on and you can very easily reach the CBD.


    Charisma, culture, and charm is what you can expect during your visit to Potts Point. It may be small but boy it’s packed with some truly incredible beings. You can find the eccentric local’s lingering in cafes, bars, galleries and quite often shopping on Macleay Street. Long lunches come highly recommended.


    Still not convinced. Come and see for yourself.


    Book Now to eat, stay and play the Locay way.