First look: Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour’s fresh new look

Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour has revealed fresh new guest rooms following a $15 million refresh. 

Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour has revealed fresh new guest rooms following a $15 million refresh.

Offering five room types from the Superior Pyrmont View to the Executive Loft Suites, the spacious rooms feature beautiful views of Darling Harbour and the Sydney City Skyline, providing ample opportunity to take advantage of the stunning iconic location.

The refreshed design is aesthetic and functional, modern and timeless, featuring warm colours, new lighting concepts, heavenly new King Koil beds by A.H Beard, state of the art Wi-Fi connections, 48-inch HD smart TV’s and media hubs including comfortable working and dining areas.

Featuring statement artworks, plush soft furnishings spotlighting warm, earthy tones which come together to create a contemporary and comfortable space for those travelling for business, leisure seekers and families alike.

Featuring an outdoor pool, In-Balance gym, tennis court and The Ternary; a concept restaurant and bar that brings an air of casual sophistication allowing guests to experience three distinct offerings; The Grill Kitchen, The Asian Kitchen and the Wine Bar – in a single, stylish open space offering spectacular floor-to-ceiling views of the City Skyline.

Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour is situated at 100 Murray Street, Pyrmont, NSW. Located within walking distance to many of Sydney’s best attractions including the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC), Australian National Maritime Museum, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Wild Life Sydney Zoo, the Powerhouse Museum and Star Casino.

The hotel is easily accessible by public transport, including light rail (nearest station is Convention), ferry (nearest stop is Pyrmont Bay Wharf) and train is only a 10-minute walk from Central and Town Hall stations.

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