Marriott signs two new hotels in Western Sydney

The global hotel brand is expanding its footprint outside Australia’s metro areas.

Marriott International will expand its presence in Western Sydney, with two new signings in Auburn and Blacktown.

Courtyard by Marriott Sydney, Auburn and Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Blacktown are set to open in 2023 and 2024 respectively, marking a new era for the two brands in Australia.

Richard Crawford, senior director of hotel development, Australia, NZ and the Pacific at Marriott International said the signings reflect the company’s commitment to tourism in Australia.

“During these unprecedented times, our ongoing goal remains to grow our business and to strengthen our offering in this region,” he said.

“With these signings in Auburn and Blacktown, we are doing just that, and strategically expanding our footprint into growth corridors outside Australia’s metropolitan areas.”

Courtyard by Marriott Sydney, Auburn

Courtyard by Marriott Sydney, Auburn will be located in close distance to the Parramatta River and Sydney Olympic Park.

The hotel will comprise 203 guestrooms, an outdoor pool with a sun deck, modern fitness centre and an all-day restaurant The Bistro.

For meeting and event planners, the property will feature 370 square metres of event space to accommodate intimate meetings or larger conferences.

Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Blacktown

Marriott Sydney, Four Points by Sheraton, Blacktown
Four Points by Sheraton, Blacktown

Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Blacktown will feature 206 guestrooms in close proximity to downtown Blacktown and within easy reach of the Blue Mountains, the new Sydney Zoo and the soon-to-open Western Sydney International Airport.

Additional facilities include an all-day dining venue, a grab-and-go café and a lobby lounge space, where guests can enjoy the brand’s signature Best Brews program, which sees local craft beer on tap at each of its hotels around the world.

There will also be 414 square metres of function space on offer to corporate groups, perfect for meetings and conferences.

 


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