The sheer chaos of work and family life can often leaves us feeling exhausted and in dire need of a revitalizing escape. Enter the new Bannisters Pavilion. Opening December 1st 2015 in the NSW coastal town of Mollymook, this stylish hotel is the ideal holiday destination for summer.
Designed in collaboration between owner Peter Cosgrove, architect Tony Freeman (Molnar Freeman), interior designers Mia Ward (Wiwa Design), Romy Alwill (Alwill Interiors) and landscape designer William Dangar, Bannisters Pavilion is picturesque.
The thirty-three stylish guest rooms and two luxurious penthouse suites are splashed with light timber, neutral colours and modern brass furnishings, with a stunning backdrop of eucalyptus trees.
“Design inspiration was drawn from the natural beauty of the area and represents accent colours from both forest-and-sea,” explains Romy Alwill.
A highlight of Bannisters Pavilion will be the expansive rooftop, which is lined with sun beds, umbrellas, private lounge spaces, bar-and-grill and spectacular suspended pool. Foodies will love the exemplary dining on offer, with a menu inspired by Mediterranean, Southern Californian and Mexican cuisines, complemented by seasonal cocktails, craft beers and an Antipodean-focused wine list.
Set back from Mitchell Parade and Beach Road, the boutique hotel is just steps away from Mollymook Beach so while you’re there take a dip in the ocean and wander along the unspoilt coastline. Then, visit sister hotel Bannisters by the Sea’s Pinnacle Day Spa for an indulgent treatment.
Leaving the comfort of your own home has never been better.
Bannisters Pavilion is a three-hour drive from Sydney or a two-and-a-half hour drive from Canberra