The Hotel Steyne is one of Manly's oldest buildings, the original pub was built in 1859 before a mysterious fire burnt the famous pub to the ground. Final renovations were made to the business in 1936 when Tooth purchased the building, since then it has become a registered heritage building. From the day the doors first opened The Hotel Steyne has been involved in all community aspects and events, earning its name as Manly's true local.
The Hotel Steyne is constantly changing with the times, now with an impressive seven bars and accommodation facilities the pub has something to offer everyone. Boasting ocean views, relaxed family friendly atmosphere and a variety of entertainment for all ages the Hotel Steyne really is a classic that has proven it will never go out of style.
Located directly opposite Manly Beach, surrounded by vibrant pub, club and bar nightlife, Hotel Steyne offers a range of rooms with either private or shared bathroom facilities.
Guests enjoy 2 onsite restaurants, a café and 6 bars with live music 3 nights a week.
Located on The Corso, Manly's Hotel Steyne is surrounded by many shops, boutiques and cafes. Manly Wharf for ferries to and from Sydney central is just 400m away.
All rooms feature tea/coffee making facilities, a TV and a wardrobe. Some rooms offer a refrigerator and a fan. Deluxe rooms offer access to a shared or private balcony.
Our Seaside Bistro on the ground level has a seasonal menu featuring pub classics, seafood and pizza's. The Glasshouse, located on level 2 of the hotel offers Cocktails and Tapas. Rope & Anchor Cafe offers beach views and is open for breakfast daily. Henry's Rooftop has live music from Thursday to Sunday.