Sydney's boutique Harbour Rocks Hotel becomes Accor MGallery

By John Walton, October 11 2012
Sydney's boutique Harbour Rocks Hotel becomes Accor MGallery

Business travellers heading to Sydney have a new boutique hotel option -- that still lets them earn Accor points -- with the Sydney Harbour Rocks Hotel turning into an MGallery hotel.

Situated in a gorgeous suite of buildings at 34 Harrington Street in The Rocks, the heritage Harbour Rocks Hotel is handy for Circular Quay and the northern end of Sydney's CBD, and a short hop from the Airport Line's trains out to the airport.

With just 59 rooms, the Harbour Rocks is seriously boutique both in size and in quirky, interesting room options.

From a spacious Harbour View suite to a funky, compact Heritage Room (above), there's a choice for short yet stylish stays and extra living space for longer trips.

Business travellers will also appreciate the Private Dining Room & Boardroom attached to the hotel's Scarlett restaurant, while wine lovers will enjoy the new HRH Wine Bar.

"The history of the hotel along with its elegant new look makes it a fitting addition to the MGallery Collection and I look forward to seeing guests experience the additional benefits provided as the hotel joins the collection," hotel general manager Michael Sheridan promises.

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John Walton

Aviation journalist and travel columnist John took his first long-haul flight when he was eight weeks old and hasn't looked back since. Well, except when facing rearwards in business class.

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