The project will see the hotel transform into one of Sydney’s most luxurious hotels with all 517 of its guest rooms going through a re-design that evokes tomorrow’s Sydney and enriches the guests overall experience whilst at the property.
The guest arrival experience will also be elevated with refreshed public spaces, inclusive of guest floor corridors.
“Being the brand’s largest property globally, Four Seasons Hotel Sydney’s planned remodelling is a commitment to the organisation’s investment in Asia-pacific, and more specifically, Australia,” said Four Seasons Hotel Sydney Regional Vice President and General Manager, Bahram Sepahi.
Sepahi said the new-look rooms are “very fitting for a luxury Sydney hotel of this calibre and capture the essence of Sydney itself”.
He said the rooms have been designed to be uplifting and also have a local feel about them and each room would be uncluttered and contemporary, ideally suited to the needs of the modern traveller, leisure guest and business person alike.
The layout of each room will allow guests to make optimum use of the stunning views which take in the city, Sydney Opera House and the unmistakable Harbour Bridge. Features of the beautifully designed new rooms include up-to-date technology such as large flat screen televisions to help guests relax and be entertained in privacy and complete comfort.
The remodelling project will not affect the day-to-day operations of the hotel and all public facilities such as Mode Kitchen & Bar, award-winning Grain bar, spa, pool and Lounge 32 will continue to be available for use during this time.