The Sebel launches new premium offering in the heart of Sydney’s CBD

The Sebel launches new premium offering in the heart of Sydney’s CBD
Edited by Travel Weekly

    The Sebel has announced it will soon reveal its latest property in the heart of Sydney’s CBD with the arrival of The Sebel Sydney Martin Place.

    The newly curated premium hotel is currently undergoing a multi-million-dollar refurbishment, set to bring a new essence of style and sophistication to the city.

    Tucked away on Phillip Street, The Sebel will boast a newly designed artful decor, with an effortlessly chic set of 86 rooms in what can only be described as a contemporary oasis in the midst of the city completed by construction partner Schiavello, and interior design by Stack Studio.

    The latest property is the first Sebel within Sydney’s financial district and will replace the current Mercure Sydney Martin Place, after the acquisition by Salter Brothers, who will join one of the largest hotel management portfolios alongside Accor.

    Together they’ll deliver a complete sophisticated transformation of the property, contributing more broadly to the continuing revitalisation of the world-famous city centre.

    “Salter Brothers is excited about our investment in The Sebel brand,” MD, Salter Brothers, Paul Salters, said.

    “The newly branded property will elevate the hotel, providing guests with an intimate, bespoke upscale The Sebel experience.”

    Conceptualised and executed by leading Australian designer Stack Studio, The Sebel’s new modern interior will provide a stylish escape from its surroundings, while still allowing guests a front-row seat to all on offer in close proximity around the hotel.

    With an ease in design and a definite focus on creating luxurious interiors, the hotel will offer a tranquil retreat with an essence of opulence. Its ambient lighting presents a perpetual dance between darkness and light, showcasing spectacular tones and textures, with the beauty of The Sebel’s artwork echoing louder, and the elegance of its finishing touches radiating brighter.

    Lydia Herd, the general manager of The Sebel Sydney Martin Place described the property as a hotel that is about “more than just rooms.”

    “The Sebel surrenders itself to its locale, establishing itself as a native hotel, perfect for discovering Global Sydney by foot.”

    The Sebel Sydney Martin Place has officially rebranded and its entire refurbishment will revealed in January.

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