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W Sydney to open in October 2023

The Ribbon: Long-delayed but well worth the wait

The long-delayed but highly anticipated opening of W Sydney has finally been set down for October  2023.

Forming part of the state-of-the-art The Ribbon which overlooks Darling Harbour, when open the new hotel will offer 585 luxury rooms and suites, a two-storey rooftop bar, heated infinity pool, spa and gym, restaurant, Living Room (bar) and event spaces.

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With its accommodation, restaurant, bars and venues, conceived and created by award winning interior specialists, Bowler James Brindley,  W Sydney’s rooms, suites and ultra-luxe suites are described as setting a new design benchmark for the city.

W Sydney Bedroom

Echoing the curves and lines of The Ribbon’s exceptional architecture, no two rooms are the same, embracing their asymmetry with sleek, modern décor. The interior palette is inspired by the marine environment, and highlights are the stunning azure bathrooms and walk-in robes punctuated with contrasting colour and inflorescence.

W Sydney General Manager, Craig Seaward, said he was incredibly excited to confirm the opening date.

“There have been delays, but trust me, it will be worth the wait,” he said.

W Sydney Bathroom

“It’s a luxury hotel with a new perspective, one that not only connects deeply with its host city and its urban setting but is also imbued with a sense of freedom and possibility.

“To cross the threshold of W Sydney will be to enter an exciting new world of creativity, design, culture and connection. We simply can’t wait to welcome our guests.”


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