Thursday, March 22, 2018

Award hat-trick for Sydney hotel

QT Sydney has won another highly acclaimed gong, awarded by one of Australia’s top travel publications, QT Sydney was voted the ‘Best Boutique Hotel’ in the 2017 Australian Traveller People’s Choice Awards, making that three big wins for 2017.

In July, QT Sydney celebrated their first honour in the Travel+LeisureWorld’s Best Awards 2017 readers’ survey, being voted the “Best City Hotel, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific”.

Earlier this month the designer hotel was named the best hotel on the country’s east coast and ranked number 2 overall in Australia and New Zealand in the 2017 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards, where more than 300,000 readers submitted millions of ratings, with QT Sydney recognised for their panache in delivering consistent first-class hospitality, leading the field in its home city.

“It has been quite a thrill throughout the year to receive these highly esteemed accolades both locally and internationally, by three publications (and their readers) that we personally love,” said Rhys Jones, general manager of QT Sydney.

“We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all the guests who have stayed and all the people who voted!”

Balancing modern design and heritage features, the hotel’s 200 contemporary appointed guest rooms and suites provide an intimate and luxurious accommodation experience that is clearly recognised on a global and local scale.

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