The Weekend Australian - Travel - - TRAVEL & INDULGENCE -

No­bis Ho­tel Copen­hagen, a Design Ho­tels mem­ber, has opened in a land­mark 1903 build­ing near the Tivoli Gar­dens that once housed the Royal Dan­ish Con­ser­va­tory of Mu­sic; the makeover in­cludes 77 super-stylish gue­strooms fea­tur­ing clas­sic Dan­ish fur­ni­ture from Carl Hansen & Son • The her­itage-listed Went­worth House near Syd­ney’s Cen­tral Sta­tion will re­open in Novem­ber as Veriu Cen­tral fol­low­ing a $15 mil­lion con­ver­sion to of­fer 110 gue­strooms and five restau­rants and bars • The In­ter­Con­ti­nen­tal Hanoi Land­mark 72 has opened on floors 62-71 in a new re­tail and com­mer­cial com­plex in the Viet­namese cap­i­tal, with 359 gue­strooms and suites and sev­eral stel­lar din­ing out­lets of­fer­ing knock­out views; open­ing rates from $US108 ($138), plus taxes • The Sun­shine Re­sort in the NSW mid-north coastal town of South West Rocks has opened seven lux­ury lodges, each daubed with a pho­to­graphic for­est land­scape that has the build­ings dis­ap­pear­ing into the bush; overnight tar­iff for the two-bed­room, two-storey Ngurra Lodges starts at $490 for up to six guests • Nobu Ho­tels, the com­pany founded by chef Nobu Mat­suhisa and Robert de Niro, is head­ing south to Brazil, an­nounc­ing plans to open a prop­erty in Sao Paulo; ex­pect a rooftop bar and pool and that fa­mous sig­na­ture restau­rant.

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