A modern, luxury hotel that values comfort and is committed to sustainability.
Looking for the ideal hotel to base yourself in for your Sydney stay? Are you a sustainable traveller seeking a hotel that not only values its guests but the environment too? Look no further than the PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney.
Positioned in a central location in the Sydney CBD, guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to exploring all that the city and Darling Harbour precinct has to offer. Stepping outside of the hotel you will find yourself with a selection of dining, retail and entertainment options only a short walk away. For those wanting to explore other areas the central hotel positioning means easy access to other forms of transport. Guests that prefer staying in can kick back in comfort whilst enjoying fabulous views.
A Place to lay your head
The PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney houses 345 guest rooms which range from superior rooms all the way up to club Suites. All rooms have the choice of king or twin bedding and along with the standard inclusions of a desk, ensuite bathroom and television they also provide wireless high-speed internet, for travellers that like to stay connected. Club rooms and suites are a cut above the rest boasting a range of additional privileges such as priority check in, late check out, complimentary breakfast, access to the club lounge and the option to enjoy twilight drinks and canapés for no additional charge. Family travellers are also well thought of, with interconnecting rooms available for larger groups.
All the Amenities
Amongst the array of amenities provided by the hotel is an award winning restaurant called Abode Bistro and bar. Abode offers lunch, dinner and a sparkling high tea menu. The menu features fresh and seasonal locally sourced produce with vegetarian and celiac options available. The beverage list emphasises a focus on Australian produce with a wide selection of Australian wines available. Fitness buffs are also well catered for with a fitness and recreation studio on site offering yoga mats, weights and state-of-the-art exercise equipment. Parking is available with valet and self parking options as well as meeting and event facilities for business travellers.
The PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney is part of the Pan Pacific Hotel Group. With over 30 hotels globally in its portfolio, the group is deeply committed to reducing its environmental footprint and has responsible environmental practices in place. Each of the various hotels implement a green committee made up of employees from various departments that come together for the purpose of finding more sustainable ways to do things. An example of a sustainability initiative is their hotel wide policy which restricts serving plastic straws as well as any products made from shark.
To add to these initial steps towards sustainability, the PARKROYAL Darling Harbour itself has also partnered with The Sustainable Destination Partnership – a collaboration of hotels, entertainment venues and cultural institutions working closely to transform Sydney into a sustainable destination. Working towards the goal of Sustainable Sydney 2030, hotels in the partnership commit to reducing single use plastics, food waste and aligning their supply chains with sustainability objectives laid out by the partnership.
Along with having a consciousness surrounding environmental sustainability, Pan Pacific also prides itself on caring for the wider community. The hotel group regularly engages in philanthropic, fundraising and volunteering efforts with partner groups that care for societies less privileged. This has included work funding against the exploitation of young women, and a partnership with UNICEF Thailand.
So if you are travelling to Sydney for work or play and want to stay in an eco-conscious hotel in a brilliant location, put the PARK ROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney on the top of your list.
Please note that prior to Covid-19 the hotel also offered a buffet breakfast selection at Barkers Restaurant however this is currently closed in line with the Australian Governments health laws.
Address: 150 Day St, Sydney NSW 2000