Deluxe rooms are among the 90-room contingent at Marsden Hotel Burwood.
Deluxe rooms are among the 90-room contingent at Marsden Hotel Burwood.

Boutique accommodation group, Marsden Hotels, has opened its second location in Sydney in the form of a new 90-room property in the inner-western suburb of Burwood.

Under the guidance of experienced hotelier David Johnston, who carries experience with Ritz-Carlton and InterContinental on his resume, Marsden Hotel Burwood builds on the brand created last year with the opening of the marque’s first hotel in Parramatta. The hotel features a distinct Australiana element, with its restaurant featuring restored wood panelling taken from Sydney’s original Anzac Bridge.

Four room types are available for guest selection, including Marsden King, Deluxe Twin, Executive and Suite, each featuring Sleepmaker beds and locally sourced amenities.

Bathrooms exude a classic charm with marble and gold-plated fittings.

Guest facilities include a Mediterranean-themed rooftop swimming pool and bar, Artisan patisserie, fitness centre and Onyx Grill Restaurant headed up by Irish expat chef Connor Plunkett, whose speciality includes high-quality seafood, seasonal produce and dry-aged meats. The rooftop bar will operate a steady schedule of social occasions including exclusive parties backed by local and premiere DJs. Function space and conference rooms are also on-site for the MICE market.

General Manager, David Johnston, said Marsden Hotels has combined old and new in its new Burwood project, embracing modern architectural elements and décor.

“We’ve spared no expense with this latest venture, to create a hotel to rival the best in the CBD, where the genuine care and comfort of our guests is our highest priority.

“Guests can expect the best in personal service and facilities, from our meticulously crafted rooms, to impeccable dining experiences,” he added.