Sofitel Sydney Wentworth’s new food and beverage partnership

Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, currently undergoing a $60 million refurbishment, has announced a food and beverage partnership with House Made Hospitality.

The 436-room, five-star hotel has joined forces with the Sydney hospitality group that will see the introduction of a dining precinct featuring two bars, a seafood grill restaurant, and a French-Vietnamese restaurant.

“We already have quite a few venues nearby so we know this section of the CBD pretty well and feel these four new venues within this historic landmark building will be a great addition to the buzzy Bligh Street precinct,” says House Made Hospitality director Justin Newton.

“The owners have given us the unique opportunity to create, launch and run these venues as part of the House Made Hospitality family.

“We’re excited to open them in line with the upcoming hotel refurbishment.”

Sofitel Sydney Wentworth has been an iconic hotel in Sydney’s CBD for the past 57 years. Its refurbishment is expected to be completed in late 2024.

“The transformation of Sofitel Sydney Wentworth will be further strengthened by our partnership with leading hospitality group House Made Hospitality,” says the hotel’s general manager Sam Panetta.

“Our ambition is to set a new standard for Australia’s hotel dining scene by offering a world-class variety of venues located in the one luxury destination.

“With this groundbreaking partnership, we will be able to offer something truly unique that redefines luxury hotels and hospitality.

“In addition to the two restaurants and two bars, hotel guests will benefit from elevated food and beverage services with breakfast and in-room dining also curated by House Made Hospitality.”

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