Starwood’s Four Points by Sheraton Sydney, Darling Harbour hotel will gain a third tower, 222 new guestrooms and upgraded conference facilities as part of a $200 million development plan.
The facelift runs through August 2016, taking the total guestroom count to an impressive 905 with many offering uninterrupted water views of Darling Harbour:
Four Points’ rooftop watering hole, Bar Eleven, will remain open during the works for business travellers looking to unwind after a productive day.
The third tower also brings with it a new bar, restaurant and lobby area, plus two pillar-less ballrooms with the largest seating up to 1,100 people (below) to rival the revamped Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, re-opening in the same year.
Existing rooms, dining and conference facilities at the property also underwent a $30 million refurbishment in 2013, with the hotel continuing to welcome guests during its upgrade and expansion project.
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