Over-water suites opened at Sydney’s Sebel Pier One

The Sebel Pier One Sydney has unveiled seven over-water suites with peerless views of Australia's most iconic landmarks including Luna Park, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House

The Sebel Pier One Sydney located in Walsh Bay adjacent to the historic Rocks precinct, has unveiled seven over-water suites with peerless views of Australia’s most iconic landmarks including Luna Park, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House – making them Sydney’s most sought-after waterfront suites.

Perched on-and-over Sydney Harbour, the hotel’s seven new suites include four Harbour View Balcony Suites which have direct access to private, expansive balconies with sweeping Sydney Harbour views.

The largest balcony measures an impressive 40sq meters which juts out over the Pier and makes for an ideal setting for private alfresco dining, sunset drinks or simply taking in the beauty of Sydney Harbour and watching the mega yachts sail past. All the balcony suites have designer day beds and arm chairs which are positioned to maximise the panoramic views.

Designed for open-plan living, and all have an abundance of natural light due to the floor-to-ceiling wrap around windows and glass sliding doors.

Each of the bathrooms have decadent, deep standalone bath tubs, twin rain showers with side jets, double brass bowl vanities and deluxe amenity kits from Appelles Apothecary.

From the hotel’s premier Harbour View Balcony Suite at the northern end of the Pier, guests will feel like they’re floating on water, particularly from the deep-set bathtub, which is the feature piece of a bathroom that overlooks the water and the imposing Sydney Harbour Bridge. For an iconic Sydney experience, there is no better suite in the city to enjoy the best Sydney has to offer.

Boasting a fantastic position and a convenient location in the cultural heart of Walsh Bay and historic Rocks precinct, The Sebel Pier One Sydney is not only an iconic Sydney Harbour landmark, but a well placed hotel offering guests a truly unique Sydney experience.

Following in the steps of the internationally revered Harbour Rocks Hotel – its sister property – ornamental art and designer furnishings have been sourced from around the globe and adorn the spectacular new suites.

All of the new suites feature king size beds, a marble topped wet bar with Nespresso coffee machine, marble topped working desk, two LED flat screen TVs – one of which rises from the bed base, Foxtel, iPod/iPad docking stations and WiFi internet access.

As well as the seven new suites, The Sebel Pier One Sydney has also finished renovating 22 new Waterside King and Heritage King rooms which now takes the hotel’s total room count to 189.

General manager for The Sebel Pier One Sydney, Michael Sheridan, said “We’re very excited to be offering such a premium, waterfront product to the local and international market and being so close to the bridge and Opera House, we expect these new suites to sell out well in advance come festival time and New Year’s Eve.

Pier One has been a feature of Sydney Harbour since its construction in 1912. Marking 100 years, in September 2012, the hotel launched its spectacular new function space, Water @ Pier One, which has quickly become Sydney’s most sought after venue for cocktail parties, product launches, weddings, conferences, events, gala lunches and dinners.

Situated on the ground floor and at the front of the Pier with expansive wrap-around glass windows, Water @ Pier One is made up of eight conference and event rooms, enjoys unrivalled views of Sydney Harbour and can hold up to 450 people.

With the hotel’s prime harbour frontage, guests can arrive by yacht or water taxi via the hotel’s private pontoon, which provides direct water access to nearby attractions including the Opera House, Luna Park and Taronga Zoo. 


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