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Friday 19 November 2021

Gimme a Kith: new hotel brand lands in Sydney's Darling Harbour

MetroResidences, a Singapore-headquartered hospitality management company, has launched in Australia.

MetroResidences has announced the arrival of Hotel Kith Darling Harbour, the group's debut property on Australia.

Hotel Kith Darling Harbour is being promoted as "the urban oasis perfect for any modern traveller". So that's pretty generic.

The blurb says it offers an experience that sets it apart from the cookie-cutter formula.

Guests are provided the option to customise their stay - from selecting a preferred check-in method (online or in-person), submitting special room or amenities requests, to receiving a personalised Sydney itinerary recommendation prior to arrival.

What is new is a contactless mobile check-in. Guests will receive a secure digital key through their email, enabling them to access their room with their mobile devices.

"Hotel Kith embodies our commitment to embrace innovation and reimagine experiences. We are thrilled to bring the brand to one of the world's most vibrant destinations," said Riley Heng, country manager of MetroResidences Australia.

"Recognising the new age travellers' desire for unique travels and building meaningful connections, we are conscious about creating a purposeful space set to offer endless inspirations for guests seeking an exciting city getaway."

The hotel boasts eco-friendly initiatives such as replacing single-use toiletry bottles with refillable soap bottles (not really anything new in Australia), keyless entry and systems to conserve energy use in the building.

Guests are also able to opt out of daily housekeeping and receive cashback payment in return. That's a good thing.

The 60-room hotel is close to Darling Harbour, Sydney ICC, The Star Casino and Sydney's CBD. Prices start from around $180 per night for two people. 


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