New hotels on the map for Sydney and Melbourne

By Chris Chamberlin, September 25 2014

Business travellers heading to Sydney and Melbourne will get even more accommodation choices over the next few years as the cities’ skylines are graced with new hotels, while existing properties also look to rejuvenate their image with new fit-outs to please discerning guests.

Among the list of new developments are the Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour and the Four Points by Sheraton Melbourne Docklands hotels, while Sydney's existing Langham Hotel is currently undergoing renovations to bring a new look and feel to the iconic property, along with the introduction of the brand-standard Palm Court and Chuan Spa.

Whether you're travelling to Sydney or Melbourne, here’s what’s on the hotel horizon for Australia’s busiest corporate hubs.

New hotels in Sydney

Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour

Overlooking Cockle Bay, the 35 storey, 600-room hotel will be the ideal hotel for delegates visiting conferences at the neighbouring International Convention Centre from 2017Read more...

Rydges Sydney Central

Loyal Rydges guests are now spoilt for choice in Sydney with the global chain opening Rydges Sydney Central on the southern end of the financial district. Read more...


The Langham Hotel, Sydney – closed for renovations

Guests at Sydney's Langham Hotel will enjoy a completely new lobby, dining areas and guest rooms from November when the hotel completes its extensive renovations. Read more...

New hotels in Melbourne

Peppers Docklands Melbourne

Opening in 2015, the 68 room apartment hotel will neighbour Etihad Stadium and will include an on-site restaurant, pool and gym facilities.
Read more...

Photos: Sheraton Melbourne Hotel

Joining Melbourne's skyline earlier this year at the fashionable 'Paris end' of Collins Street, the Sheraton is close to the Princess Theatre, Parliament House and the MCGRead more...

Four Points by Sheraton Melbourne Docklands

Opening in January 2017, guests can enjoying views of either the stunning harbour or the city skyline from 251 rooms and 18 suites with a restaurant, cafe and bar on-siteRead more...

Brady Hotels Melbourne

Melbourne's latest boutique hotel opens in October. The 146-room property is in an ideal spot for RMIT University, Melbourne Central, the Bourke Street Mall and Crowne Casino. Read more...

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Chris Chamberlin

Chris Chamberlin is the Associate Editor of Executive Traveller and lives by the motto that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, a great latte, a theatre ticket and a glass of wine!

12 Jun 2013

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Is this an actual article or just SEO spam?

22 Jul 2011

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think that's a bit harsh

24 Oct 2010

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It's an article which wraps up recent 'new hotel opening' pieces we've done, similar to our regular and very popular 'Friday frequent flyer wrap' articles. With so many stories each day we find that many of the useful frequent flyer stories we run can easily be overlooked – so the wrap is part remedy, part recap. We're experimenting to see if this same treatment can be applied to our 'new hotel' articles.

16 May 2014

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Shame Perth wasnt in that too, I think we are getting more hotels than those 2 put together. 

Crown Towers, Ritz Carlton, Hilton, Amara, Westin, Aloft... and thats just to name 6 :P

Etihad

23 Jan 2013

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What about the new Crown hotel at Barangaroo?

It's also a shame Australia doesn't have any old world style hotels like in North America and Europe.

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

29 Jun 2013

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Ben84 try the Windsor in Melbourne it's victorian and a great hotel with all the old charm

Etihad

23 Jan 2013

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It needs a serious update unfortunately. It's a little too old world. A far cry from hotels like The London Ritz. 

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

20 Mar 2014

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you missed the InterContinental Double Bay

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

17 Aug 2012

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Err, Double Bay is a little out of the way. Unless all the power suits you're meeting live in Rose Bay and Bellevue Hill, which is possible.

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

29 Jun 2013

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Windsor Melbourne is going through renovations now .their High tea is one of the best in AU .worth the visit for that alone 


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