The Song Hotel’s responsible tourism push

100 per cent of the hotel's profits will go towards funding charitable initiatives.


Those staying at the recently rebadged Song Hotel in Sydney (formerly Y Hotel) will be able to get a better night’s sleep knowing that 100 per cent of their bill will go towards funding a number of YWCA NSW initiatives for Australians experiencing domestic violence.

The property’s profit-for-purpose restaurant, The Song Kitchen, is also on board with the push meaning every dollar spent on food and wine will go towards the charitable cause.

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YWCA NSW general manager Jon Ackary told Spice News that the launch of the Song Hotel Sydney and the accompanying restaurant and bar was a “courageous and inspired step” for the organization.

“As responsible tourism and dining with a cause becomes increasingly popular more businesses and individuals are looking for ways to make a difference each day.

“With 100% of profits from The Song Kitchen and Song Hotel going towards funding much-needed support for domestic victims we are providing travellers and diners with an opportunity to make a real difference with every dollar,” said Ackary.


Song Kitchen’s menu, designed by head chef Charlotte Gonzales, features a selection of café favourites such as homemade granola or bacon and eggs for breakfast, a variety of entrees perfect for sharing for lunch and an array of elegant bistro style dishes for dinner.

The fully-licensed café also offers a selection of cheeses and desserts, as well as wine list specially curated by sommelier Sophie Otton.

Both the Song Hotel Sydney and Song Kitchen are located at 5-11 Wentworth Ave, Sydney NSW.

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