Australia’s most luxurious hotel resort and Sydney’s newest dining precinct, Crown Towers and Crown Sydney, is now open and ready for you to experience.
After four years of construction, Sydneysiders finally get to experience one of the world’s great hotels and its accompanying world-class dining and bar precinct, as select Crown Sydney venues are open to the public for the first time.
Crown Sydney’s Chief Executive Officer, Peter Crinis, said Crown Towers and the restaurant and bar line-up will be 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. 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.”
Peter Crinis, Crown Sydney’s Chief Executive Officer
Crinis said the mix of venues has been curated to provide something for everyone to enjoy. “A lot of time has been spent getting the offer right. 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.”
Rising 275 metres above the bustling Barangaroo Precinct, Crown Towers offers unparalleled luxury accommodation in Sydney.
With perfectly framed views of Sydney’s skyline, each room’s décor is
designed to provide a sophisticated, modern backdrop that captures the essence of the hotel’s unique harbourside setting.
Crown Spa Sydney will also be open for bookings bringing an unprecedented level of indulgence to the city. And who right now isn’t in need of some indulgence?
Designed by Blainey North and spanning across 2000sqm, Crown Spa Sydney includes terraces for yoga and meditation, relaxation rooms, vitality pools, experience showers, infrared saunas, and more.
Date night in Sydney has just got even better.
Check out Woodcut for a unique dining experience that celebrates Australian produce and cooking with wood, charcoal and steam.
From the moment you enter Woodcut, you will be drawn to an experiential
dining experience thanks to three open kitchens each centred on their own cooking method.
For a taste of modern Italian food, get yourself down to A’mare, where nationally acclaimed and award-winning Sydney chef and restaurateur, Alessandro Pavoni will be going back to his roots with a menu featuring traditional dishes representing the best of each region of Italy.
If a trip to Japan is what you’re dreaming of, dine at Yoshii’s Omakase, which offers an intimate dining experience within a twelve-seat fine dining room.
Derived from a Japanese phrase meaning “I’ll leave it up to you,” the Omakase culinary experience leaves all decision-making in the hands of Chef Yoshii who will prepare a ten-course Japanese Omakase that heroes seasonal produce and immaculate seafood prepared in front of you.
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