A rendering of the palatial entrance Crown Towers Sydney will offer visitors.
The palatial entrance of Crown Towers Sydney.

Bookings will open in July this year for the newest high-rise to open in Sydney’s skyline, with Crown Towers Sydney pulling back the virtual curtain for a sneak peek inside at what guests will soon be able to enjoy.

The building itself stands at 275m in height, offering a hotel consisting of 327 individualistic rooms, 20 villas and two Premium Villas. The property’s elite room category will feature 695sqm of space, plus a further 125sqm as an outdoor terrace offering panoramic views over Sydney Harbour.

Interiors have been designed by Meyer Davis, which boasts some of the world’s best hotels including numerous properties operating as Four Seasons, 1 Hotels, Le Meridien and Marriott’s W brand. Designers for other elements of the property include exteriors by WilkinsonEyre, landscaping by St Legere Design International and the Crown Spa by Australia’s own Blayney North.

A Bridge King Room.

Rooms will offer floor-to-ceiling windows and a myriad of touch-screen technology, allowing guests to organise 24-hour in-room dining, concierge services and personal content streaming via televisions incorporated into full-size magic mirrors.

Guest facilities elsewhere in the hotel will include a Balinese-style infinity swimming pool on Level 3, while the hotel lobby will be adorned with a blown glass chandelier made from 396 crystal blades ranging in length from three to 7.4 metres.

Crown Sydney Chief Operating Officer, Peter Crinis, said Crown Towers Sydney will stand among the finest hotels in the world.

“We have worked with leading international design teams to create something truly unique for Sydney. International in feel but celebrating the beauty of Sydney and its surrounds in its execution.”

The infinity pool on Level 3 features a curtain edge creating a waterfall.

“Our main focus when designing the hotel rooms for Crown Sydney was to emphasise the curvaceous, sensual shape of the building and to enhance the guest’s experience,” added Meyer Davis Co-Founder, Will Meyer.

“When we visited Sydney for the first time we were taken aback by Sydney’s ethereal light and we wanted to select materials that reflected this. Our colour palette was silver, white, and grey highlighted by brass, polished black and nickel.”

Crown Towers Sydney is on track to open in December 2020, with construction currently three months ahead of schedule.

See below for a special preview video inside Crown Towers Sydney.