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Pullman Sydney Hyde Park gets freshly kitted out designer suite

Pullman Sydney Hyde Park has announced the launch of an ultra swanky new room – Park Suite by Coco Republic.

Styled and furnished in Coco Republic’s trademark interior design, this just-launched and one of a kind suite is the epitome of the Pullman brand.

Situated on the 20th floor, the large windows of the corner room take in million-dollar views of Sydney, sweeping across Hyde Park to the city skyline.

The luxurious furnishings and calming tones of the room aims to have guests feeling energised and creative during their stay.

Just as well suited for business stays as it is for a city escape, the discrete sophistication of the Park Suite by Coco Republic guarantees that it will be a hot ticket in Sydney this festive season and beyond.

“We have designed the Park Suite to provide an elevated offering to both corporate and lifestyle travellers. This room is perfect for discerning guests who want the utmost luxury in their home away from home,” Coco Republic’s national commercial manager Charlotte Dub said.

“Comfort and practicality were of course key considerations in all of the furniture and styling items selected to ensure a balance between the visual enjoyment and guest experience.”

Entering the stunning foyer, guests will catch glimpses of the jaw-dropping view and luxe surrounds of the suite, setting the tone for the impressive room.

Guests can enjoy the breathtaking views of Sydney’s Hyde Park whilst ensconced in the decadence of the room, which truly feels like a luxurious oasis on the fringe of the city – a sublime retreat from a busy day of conferences or sightseeing.

The room also comes with a fully stocked mini-bar including snacks and wine, which are replenished daily for the duration of stay.

“We are thrilled to launch the Park Suite by Coco Republic. With panoramic views across the park and to the cosmopolitan city of Sydney beyond, the opening of this luxurious room is the perfect way to celebrate the reopening of travel in this incredible city,” Pullman Sydney Hyde Park, portfolio general manager Michael Daviss said.

“We can’t wait to welcome guests to experience the Park Suite and everything else that our hotel has to offer.”


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