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Crown Towers Sydney offers first look at the city’s tallest hotel

Crown Towers Sydney offers first look at the city’s tallest hotel

Set to open three months ahead of schedule, Crown Towers Sydney is promising the ultimate in luxury across all 349 guest rooms.

With a much-anticipated December opening announced, Crown Towers Sydney has released a first look at the new ultra-modern establishment. Standing at 275 metres high, the hotel will debut as the tallest in Sydney, offering the perfect respite from the hustle and bustle in the heart of the city.

Crown has assembled an internationally renowned team of the world’s best to design the hotel, which has been devised not just to frame the views of Sydney’s icons, but to stand alongside them as a defining landmark. Interiors were envisioned by world-renowned design firm, Meyer Davis, while the exteriors are the work of London-based architecture firm, WilkinsonEyre. Leading landscape architecture firm, St Legere Design International, created the Balinese-inspired landscaping seen throughout the hotel and Blainey North is responsible for the harbour-inspired Crown Spa.

Crown Towers will feature 349 guest rooms in total including 327 rooms, 20 villas and two premium villas. The top villa will sit across two levels and 695 square metres of internal space, with an additional 125 square metres of outdoor terrace boasting impressive views of Sydney.

Each room has been designed to ensure that the floor-to-ceiling windows are the central focus and touch-screen technology, from 24-hour in-room dining and concierge services to media streaming, will make the guest rooms a truly intuitive and personalised experience.

The hotel will feature a number of impressive facilities, including an expansive infinity pool, a terrace overlooking Sydney Harbour and a tailored plant collection. Crown Towers Sydney will also be home to a number of crystal light pieces by leading glass manufacturer, Preciosa, including 50 custom-made designs, and an eight-metre chandelier that complements the staircase balustrade.

The Crown Spa Sydney will be the first in Australia to offer two speciality treatments beds, ‘Quartz Plassmo’ and ‘Spa Wave’, as well as a private fitness studio adorned with TechnoGym’s ‘Artis ‘ equipment and an open-air tennis court.

Further details on Crown Towers Sydney will be announced throughout the course of 2020 ahead of the launch in December. Bookings will go live before July.

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