FIRST LOOK: Inside Sydney's Incoming Crown Towers Hotel

The project is three months ahead of schedule.
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The sparkling new Crown Towers Sydney Hotel is set to open its doors this December, three months ahead of schedule.

Standing t a lofty 275 metres, the hotel is slated to be the tallest in Sydney. The digs will feature 349 guest rooms in total, including 327 rooms, 20 villas, and two premium villas. The top villa will sit across two levels and will be the tallest, habitable space in any hotel in Sydney. 

At approximately 695 square metres in size, plus 125 square metres of outdoor terrace sitting 257 metres above ground, the villa boasts unprecedented views of Sydney.

The interiors have been designed by world-renowned firm, Meyer Davis, which has worked on some of the world’s leading hotels. While the exteriors are the work of London based architecture firm, WilkinsonEyre.

The guest bathrooms will feature Ella Blue Marble walls, Nero Marquina floors and custom-made baths, Jacuzzis in the villas, with bespoke fittings by Apaiser and Hansgrohe.

Bookings are set to go live before July, with expressions of interest already being taken. 

See more in the latest renderings above, or head to crowntowers.com.au.

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