New W Hotel coming to Sydney in 2020

Luxury hotel on Sydney Harbour will contain 925sqm of event space, including a grand ballroom.

How the new hotel will look in Sydney Harbour
How the new hotel will look in Sydney Harbour

W Hotels have announced the that the newly built W Sydney will open its doors in 2020.

The hotel will be part of ‘The Ribbon’, a harbour-side development designed by the award-winning architect Hassel that will transform Sydney’s skyline on Darling Harbour.

W Sydney will feature 593 guestrooms, suites and serviced apartments, as well as a pool deck with views of the harbour. Food and drink will be taken care of by a restaurant serving locally inspired food and two bars.

There will also be 925sqm of event space, including a grand ballroom.

"With its glamorous energy, cultural diversity and statement architecture, Sydney is the perfect match for W Hotels," said Anthony Ingham, global brand leader, W Hotels Worldwide. "

"With the long-awaited return of the W brand in Sydney, Australia will now have three W hotels, along with W Brisbane and W Melbourne – demonstrating just how important and exciting this continent is for global travel."

 

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