Waterside Bliss at Sydney’s Crown Towers

Sydney’s sparkling new hotel complex offers its guests a blissfully indulgent escape. As the city’s first six-star hotel, Crown Towers exudes opulence from the outset. At 275 metres high, the hotel is the tallest building in the city. Its shiny exterior glitters with 8000 individually cut glass panels that are designed to reflect the colours of the harbour.

Sydney staycation

Located in the neighbourhood of Barangaroo, Crown Towers boasts views over the Sydney Harbour and the city’s spectacular skyline. Not only appealing to travellers outside the city, the hotel is also tempting Sydneysiders with a staycation in their own city. Unlike other hotels that only offer a room, Crown Towers offers guests the opportunity to immerse themselves in the luxury of the resort and all of its high-end facilities.

Guest rooms

Inside, the hotel’s largely marble interior and six-story chandelier atrium evoke a strong sense of splendour and serenity. Guests can choose between staying in one of the luxury rooms, suites or guest villas. The 349 guest rooms are equipped with luxuriant king-sized beds, floor to ceiling windows, a curving lounge and marble bathrooms featuring deep, egg-shaped bathtubs with separate showers. Technology features throughout the hotel, with in-room smart tablets controlling the lights, blinds, television and concierge services from the comfort of your room. The guest rooms also enjoy seemingly insignificant but delightful features including, Dyson hairdryers and $6000 Japanese remote-control operated toilets with heated seating.

Facilities

With restaurants, bars and leisure facilities, guests don’t have many reasons to leave the resort. For many, this is one of the major appeals of the complex. The state-of-the-art leisure facilities, including a waterfront yoga terrace, fitness centre, full-sized tennis court and onsite day spa mean that guests can truly escape once they enter the hotel. The tranquil Crown Spa features in-house spa treatments, a therapeutic swiss shower, steam room, sauna and 37 degree vitality pool for guests to enjoy. Outside, a 45 metre long infinity pool stretches out across the deck, complete with a hot jacuzzi and secluded private cabanas that can be booked in advance. There are also 14 different restaurants and bars, including the highly anticipated Nobu and the pretty waterfront TWR.

Nine new restaurants and bars open at Crown Sydney
Crown Towers Sydney

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