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Skye Suites hotel to open in Infinity by Crown Group

Crown Group is opening a new hotel in Sydney’s Green Square.

Skye Suites Green Square is set to open mid-year as part of the groups $575 million development Infinity by Grown Group.

It will be the group’s third serviced luxury apartment hotel.

Designed by globally renowned Koichi Takada Architects, Infinity by Crown Group will have 326 premium apartments, a convention centre, a new retail and dining precinct with 20 outlets and a 90-room hotel called Skye Suites Green Square.

The development forms part of the $13 billion Green Square redevelopment that has transformed the town centre into an exciting new destination and will add a new train station and aquatic centre.

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The hotel also gives guests direct access to Green Square train station.

SKYE Suites Green Square will feature 90 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments with Kevin Murphy toiletries, complimentary mini-bar and the ability to choose individual mattress firmness on each side of the bed. There will also be keyless entry and ‘virtual concierge’ tablets in every suite for guests to access all hotel services.

“At SKYE Suites, we endeavour to differentiate ourselves by offering creative and inspirational spaces to our guests, making their stay comfortable, enjoyable and memorable,” Crown Group Director of Hotels and Suites Wayne Taranto said.

“SKYE Suites is redefining the boundaries of the luxury hotel experience with the seamless combination of the atmosphere of an urban resort, the convenience and comfort of an apartment and the amenities of a hotel.”

The first SKYE Suites opened in August 2017 at Parramatta, with 72 hotel apartments offering Crown Group’s signature resort facilities including an outdoor pool, gym and expansive foyer.

The second SKYE Suites opened in Sydney in November 2018 in an iconic building on Clarence Street, Sydney.

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