The future Courtyard by Marriott Sydney, Auburn.

Two new hotel developments coming to Sydney’s outer suburbs of Auburn and Blacktown will carry the Courtyard by Marriott and Four Points by Sheraton brands, Marriott International has today announced.

The hotels from Sydney property firm T1 Constructions sees the two brands venture outside the NSW capital’s CBD boundaries for the first time into two regions experiencing significant growth in commercial and industrial enterprises.

Courtyard by Marriott Sydney, Auburn will comprise 203 guest rooms and facilities including outdoor swimming pool, all-day restaurant alongside a 24/7 ‘Grab and Go’ 24/7 market concept, fitness centre including sauna and collaborative lobby space for guests to unwind. Set on the doorstep of the Sydney Olympic Park precinct, the hotel will also feature 370 metres of flexible meeting space.

The Four Points by Sheraton is coming to Blacktown.

Further west, the future Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Blacktown will be located in First Avenue and will offer 206 rooms close to local attractions including the new Sydney Zoo and Raging Waters water park. Hotel facilities will include a ‘Grab and Go’ café, lobby lounge, all-day restaurant and local craft beer available at the hotel bar via the brand’s ‘Best Brews’ local beer program. Guests can also access an outdoor swimming pool, fitness centre, sauna, steam room and 414 square metres of meeting space.

Courtyard by Marriott Sydney Auburn and Four Points by Sheraton Sydney Blacktown are currently on track to open in 2023 and 2024 respectively.

Ahead of the opening later this decade of the new Western Sydney Airport, the hotel signings come at a time when migration of many business channels begin to head to the city’s west in line with new industries, innovation centres, business parks, transport links and booming residential precincts set to emerge in suburbs ringing the future airport.

Marriott International Senior Director of Hotel Development, Australia, New Zealand and Pacific, Richard Crawford, said the latest signings reflect the company’s commitment to travel and tourism in Australia.

“During these unprecedented times, our ongoing goal remains to grow our business and to strengthen our offering in this region.

“With these signings in Auburn and Blacktown, we are doing just that, and strategically expanding our footprint into growth corridors outside Australia’s metropolitan areas.

“Auburn and Blacktown are rapidly growing communities, with a range of demand drivers for visitor accommodation. Marriott International is therefore pleased to collaborate with T1 Constructions to deliver what will be outstanding developments as we move into this exciting new phase of our expansion,” Crawford added.