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Mercure Sydney gets a new look

The Mercure Sydney has unveiled a new multi-million dollar look whilst its surrounding Central Station area is also undergoing a urban renewal.

The four-star hotel is completing the final stages of a major renovation, with each of the hotel’s 517 rooms set to reveal a bright, contemporary new look by Spring 2013, re-stating its place as the precinct’s premier mid-market choice for both business and leisure travellers.

Accommodation rooms have adopted a fresh approach to styling, and feature a warm colour palette of purple and grey interiors.

The sleek new rooms also feature new-look bathroom suites, including chic mirrors, glass shower screens, new basin fixtures and tiling, providing a dramatic face lift and energising the room’s vibe.

A highlight of the stylish hotel is the undercover rooftop swimming pool, sauna and gym, offering views of the city skyline, plus a variety of bar and restaurants for guests to explore.

“The transformation of the hotel comes at a time when the Central Station area of Sydney is undergoing a remarkable renaissance,” said general manager, Greg Brady.

“There is a remarkable energy in the area with new constructions such as the Frank Gehry building leading the way. There are new offices, restaurants and retail outlets opening all the time, and in the longer term, Central will once again become Sydney’s hub for a city tram service. The extensive refurbishment of the hotel is very well timed.”

Located in the south of Sydney’s CBD, by Railway Square, the hotel boasts one of the city’s most convenient locations, and is within easy walking distance of the city centre, Chinatown, Central Station, Capitol Theatre, and Darling Harbour.


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