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Friday 13 October 2023

Meet Sydney's dramatic new five-star hotel

Sydney has a dramatic new luxury hotel with the opening this week of W Sydney, part of Marriott Bonvoy's global portfolio of over 30 brands.

You can't miss it: the biggest W in the world, it is a dramatic curved structure rising over Darling Harbour, dominating l the skyline when viewed from the water.

“The debut of W Sydney, our third W hotel in Australia, signals a new era for the brand,” said Sean Hunt, area vice president Australia, New Zealand & Pacific for Marriott International.

“With a fresh take on luxury, W Sydney's dynamic design, 'Whatever/Whenever' service ethos, imaginative dining and bars and creative guest programming will bring an exciting new energy to this vibrant Darling Harbour precinct.”

An illuminated vertical promenade sweeps guests up into Living Room, a space that Marriott says "reinvents the conventions of a traditional lobby by turning it into a social hub".

W Sydney's has 588 guest rooms, including 162 suites - more than any other hotel in the city.

Each room has W bathrobes, Davines bath amenities and the latest in technology with 55-inch LED TVs, sound systems and complimentary wifi. 

W Sydney offers a 24-hour concierge services, in-room dining and dry cleaning and laundry services. 

The new hotel has four dining and bar venues across three levels. while AWAY Spa has five treatment rooms and FIT Gym is complete with Technogym equipment (not sure what that means, but it sounds impressive).

There is also a 30-metre open-air infinity pool showcasing a giant jellyfish motif.

Located close to Sydney's International Convention Centre, the hotel has event space across eight rooms.

“W Sydney reimagines luxury for a new era, creating a vibrant new scene for Sydneysiders and visitors to the city,” says general manager Craig Seaward.

“It's a complete departure from the city's traditional hotels and this unique W spirit is something you feel at every touchpoint, from our eclectic venues to the cool blue rooms and high energy programming."

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