18 JULY 2011

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Article from BTNews 18 JULY 2011

Sydney’s new 5-star hotel

The Darling, Sydney's newest hotel, will open in October 2011.  The boutique accommodation will boast panoramic views of the city skyline, Harbour Bridge and out to the Blue Mountains. 

The 12-storey new property offers 171 rooms and suites, with the top floors dedicated to the ultimate in luxury, featuring two-bedroom penthouse suites.  The suites, uniquely designed by renowned LA designer, Lawrence Lee, feature floor-to-ceiling Sydney harbour views, bespoke furniture, fireplaces, media rooms, butler service and a private VIP arrival. 

The Darling has been designed as a stand-alone hotel, with its own arrival experience, amenities and alluring personality.  It is the first 5-star new build hotel in Sydney since the 2000 Olympic Games and is the key feature in the £500m refurbishment and extension of The Star, Pycroft and Darling Harbour, transforming it into a one-of-a-kind entertainment destination and a strong addition to Sydney’s overall leisure landscape. www.thedarling.com.au

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