The new, luxurious Crown Towers hotel and several restaurants – a’Mare, Woodcut, Nobu and Yoshii’s Omakase – opened to the public on December 28 and the result is one of the most exciting accommodation and dining precincts Sydney has ever seen.
Crown Sydney’s Chief Executive Officer, Peter Crinis, said Crown Towers and the restaurant and bar line-up was “a unique addition to Barangaroo’s already thriving food scene as well as provide Sydney with a world-class hotel that will allow the city to compete with other major global tourism hubs”.
“Sydney is one of the world’s great cities, and it deserves a great hotel. Crown Towers will deliver that and so much more,” he said. “We have amazing bars and restaurants that will make this an incredible destination for Sydney.
“We are excited to open the doors and let Sydney experience it,” Crinis said.
He said the mix of venues had been “curated to provide something for everyone to enjoy”.
“A lot of time has been spent getting the offer right,” Crinis said. “Our chef line up reflects some of the most exciting names in the culinary food scene – we hope this becomes a destination people want to visit time and time again.”
The most spectacular element of the project is the new Crown Towers hotel, which draws on the legacy of the brilliant product on offer at sister properties in Melbourne and Perth.
Rising 275 metres above Sydney Harbour, Crown Towers features luxurious rooms with stunning views of the city’s skyline, including some with a direct view across to the Harbour Bridge.
The property is also home to Crown Spa Sydney, which includes terraces for yoga and meditation, relaxation rooms, vitality pools, experience showers, infrared saunas, and more.
Stay tuned to WAYFARER for an exclusive look inside Crown Sydney over the coming weeks.