The multi-award winning Grace Hotel is an establishment of contrasts. It is noted for its tranquillity, yet it lies in the heart of Sydney’s dynamic central business district. Contemporary Australian cuisine is served in heritage listed Art Deco splendour (the building was modelled on the original Chicago Tribune building). Chic styling combines with what are rumoured to be the most comfortable beds in Sydney. Darling Harbour, Sydney Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, King Street Wharf, Cockle Bay, Pitt Street Mall and the Queen Victoria Building are all within easy reach, making The Grace perfect for business and pleasure. Staying in this spacious, stylish haven at Sydney’s heart means you can stand at the window of your beautifully peaceful room and watch the engaging bustle of the city, conscious that the most stressful decision during your stay is going to be choosing between the three restaurants to eat in. And if that all feels like too much, you can always put off the decision and opt for a revitalizing spa treatment. One could even end their day at PJ O’Briens, an Irish-style pub, offering a variety of pub cuisine and the best Guinness in Sydney.
382 rooms offer cable Internet access and air-conditioning. Rates from AUD 220.
A rooftop fitness centre, with expansive city views, includes a six metre pool, sauna, spa tub, and steam room. Luxuriate in the Oriental spa or beauty salon, or arrange a trip to the hairdressers.
The pretty Grace Café serves modern Australian cuisine, while the Grace Brasserie provides delicious buffet options for breakfast and lunch. The new ‘Bar 77G’ provides a stylish escape to enjoy a drink and grazing menu.
15 meeting rooms accommodate up to 500 delegates.
Located in the business, entertainment and cultural centre, the hotel is bordered by York, King and Clarence Streets, with Hyde Park within four blocks. Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport is 16 km away.