Frisco Hotel
Bars with a View

Woolloomooloo, 2011
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ABOUT Frisco Hotel
Bars with a View

The newly renovated Frisco Hotel in Wolloomoolo boasts a rich heritage amongst one of Sydney’s best known locations. Located just 10 minutes from the Sydney Opera House, the first floor offers an exclusive bar area & a large north facing balcony with stunning CBD views.

The classic East Sydney hotel with bar has a TAB, gaming facilities as well as hotel accommodation and caters to everything from after work drinks to large corporate and cocktail functions.

The Frisco Hotel pays homage to the deep navy heritage with an elegant fit out by leading interiors specialists Alexander & Co, with the renovations of the beautiful site seeing the old reinvigorated, with exposed brick, wall tiling, leather banquettes, solid wooden floors and an all new ground floor communal bar.

The cocktail list features classics as well as many rum variations and delicious unique mixes, so next time you're in the city, be sure to pop past Frisco.

Frisco Hotel is available for private functions and venue hire
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