Inside Sydney's first 6-star hotel and restaurants now open

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It’s been dubbed ‘Australia’s most luxurious hotel’ and after four years of construction, Crown Towers in Sydney, as well as the accompanying dining and bar precinct, is now open for business.

The Crown Sydney venues opened to the public for the first time on December 28, with a restaurant line-up including a’Mare, Woodcut, Nobu and Yoshii’s Omakase.

inside Crown Towers Sydney hotel room
Crown Sydney is the city's first 6-star hotel. Photo: Supplied

Standing at 275m high, the hotel will be the tallest in Sydney. Crown Towers will feature 349 guest rooms in total including 327 rooms, 20 villas and two premium villas.

The top villa will sit across two levels and will be the tallest, habitable space in any hotel in Sydney.

Crown Spa Sydney will also be open for bookings bringing an unprecedented level of indulgence to the city.

Designed by Blainey North and spanning across 2000sqm, Crown Spa Sydney includes terraces for yoga and meditation, relaxation rooms, vitality pools, experience showers, infrared saunas, and more.

Crown Spa Sydney and pool
Offerings include the Crown Spa Sydney. Photo: Supplied

Crown Sydney’s Chief Executive Officer, Peter Crinis, said the mix of venues has been curated to provide something for everyone to enjoy.

“Sydney is one of the world’s great cities, and it deserves a great hotel. Crown Towers will deliver that and so much more,” he said.

“We have amazing bars and restaurants that will make this an incredible destination for Sydney.

“A lot of time has been spent getting the offer right. Our chef line up reflects some of the most exciting names in the culinary food scene – we hope this becomes a destination people want to visit time and time again.”

woocut restaurant at crown sydney
Chef Ross Lusted and Sunny Lusted, welcome you to Woodcut - a unique dining experience that celebrates Australian produce and cooking with wood, charcoal and steam Photo: Supplied
TWR- The Waiting Room at the crown sydney
TWR- The Waiting Room - will offer a selection of stylish classic dishes accompanying a bespoke beverage menu featuring time honoured cocktails. Photo: Supplied

What makes Crown Towers a six-star hotel?

  • Designed by architect Chris Wilkinson and due to the curvature of the hotel not one room is the same

  • Featuring gleaming marble and inviting leather touches, each room features bespoke designs that create spaces both opulent and luxurious

  • With intuitive touch screen technology to control the room temperature, television, or to order room service or a bubble bath, the accommodation allows guests to completely relax and indulge in exclusive seclusion

  • Set on the Barangaroo harbour right on the water’s edge, the Villas offer extraordinary views, daybeds on a private terrace, dining room and bathrooms lined in marble and anchored by stand-alone tubs

  • Crown College, a dedicated onsite learning facility, provides staff with the opportunity to enhance their skills through tailored training programs, ultimately working to build specialised, curated and positive relationships with each and every guest.

  • Crown Spa Sydney will provide guests a truly unique and curated experience unlike any other hotel spa in Australia.

Earlier this year Crown released a series of never-before-seen renders of the hotel, which revealed the incredible levels of luxury on display for both locals and visitors to experience.

At the time Crown Sydney Chief Operating Officer, Peter Crinis said the hotel would “stand amongst the finest hotels in world”.

“We have worked with leading international design teams to create something truly unique for Sydney. International in feel, but celebrating the beauty of Sydney and it’s surrounds in its execution,” he said.

Crown Towers Sydney renderings
Early renderings showed the stunning luxury inside the rooms. Photo: Supplied/Crown Towers Sydney
Crown Towers hotel Sydney
There are 349 rooms. Photo: Supplied/Crown Towers Sydney

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