Sydney’s accommodation scene is growing in leaps and bounds. It goes without saying that tourists planning to visit the Harbour City can look forward to more and more choices now. Take a look at three newly opened properties as well as an upcoming hotel in Sydney.
Langham Hotel Sydney
The Langham Hotel re-opened in December 2014. The property now features one of the largest guestrooms in Sydney. A completely new look of the lobby, dining areas, and guestrooms reveals extensive masterful renovation. Guests are awed at the entrance itself, as Langham Sydney’s refurbished lobby features a stunning art deco-inspired design and a beautifully decorated central reception. Most of the rooms boast balconies as well as ceiling-to-floor windows. Its strategic location at Central Kent Street treats guests to panoramic harbour views on the west and lush parkland views on the east. Epicureans are definitely in for a treat, as the hotel’s contemporary restaurant offers a wide range of local and inter-continental delicacies.
Rydges Sydney Central
This trendy hotel is perched atop the Sebel Surry Hill. A short stroll from the Central Station and a 10-minute ride from China Town, the luxury hotel is a great choice for both leisure and business travellers to Sydney. The 271 well-appointed guestrooms offer a plethora of modern amenities and captivating views of the Sydney Skyline. An indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, and sauna help guests unwind. The multi-cuisine restaurant – Rydges Sydney Central – serves some of the finest gourmet delights. The bar is well stocked too.
Zara Tower Serviced Apartments
This new hotel apartment in Sydney is perfect for travellers seeking a pleasant stay at reasonable rates. The property’s spacious apartments are available under four categories, namely One Bedroom, Two Bedroom, Three Bedroom, and Three Bedroom Penthouses. Each of the rooms is tastefully furnished and offers everything you need for a comfortable stay. Apart from free Wi-Fi, some of the other amenities that guests can enjoy here include DVD and Cable TV, a large gymnasium, coffee and tea making machine, spa bath in the Master suite, and laundry facilities. A well-equipped kitchen comes in handy for the ones who wish to cook their own meals.
Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour
Sydney is expected to welcome its second luxury Sofitel hotel in 2017. Overlooking the Cockle Bay, the five-star property is expected to boast many exclusive amenities, which include a rooftop helipad, rooftop infinity pool, and a spacious convention centre. It will be a 35-storey building with around 600 rooms across multiple categories. The futuristic design and the external lighting of the hotel will indeed be an impressive addition to the already spectacular ICC Sydney precinct.