In a striking move that illuminates the ever-evolving landscape of Sydney’s central business district (CBD), Marriott International has announced its latest venture: the Moxy Sydney Pitt Street. Set to become a beacon of modern hospitality, this new hotel is poised to redefine the Sydney skyline and the city’s hospitality standards.
Nestled in the city’s pulsating heart at 371 Pitt Street, the Moxy Sydney Pitt Street is not just another addition to the city’s accommodation options; it’s a statement. With an anticipated count of 314 rooms, this establishment is set to stand out in the crowded Sydney hotel scene. This new-built hotel is strategically placed to offer guests unrivalled access to renowned retail hubs like Pitt Street Mall and Martin Place, along with an array of vibrant food and beverage venues.
But the Moxy Sydney isn’t just about its prime location. The hotel is destined to become an iconic destination, featuring what is expected to be Sydney’s highest outdoor rooftop bar on its 34th floor. This feature alone is set to draw both locals and tourists alike, promising unparalleled views of the city’s bustling streets and serene harbour.
Richard Crawford, Vice President of Hotel Development for Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific, encapsulates the essence of Moxy: “A high-energy hotel experience that breaks the rules and makes travel fun.” This ethos perfectly matches Sydney’s dynamic mix of iconic attractions and urban thrill. The Moxy brand, with more than 140 hotels worldwide, is renowned for pushing boundaries and offering unique, lively experiences, making its latest Sydney incarnation highly anticipated.
The project’s significance is underscored by the challenge of securing new hotel footholds in Sydney’s CBD, as Rebel Property Group CEO Allen Linz noted. The collaboration with Marriott and leading development consortiums like Metrics, Rebel Property Group, Pelligra Group, and Mustaca Group is a testament to the project’s grandeur and the commitment to setting new benchmarks in hospitality.
Guests can expect a range of facilities, including a restaurant and bar, a gym, meeting rooms, and a grab-and-go concept, along with retail tenancies like the signature rooftop bar. The Moxy brand’s spirit, known for boundary-breaking experiences and lively communal spaces, will be at the heart of the hotel’s ethos. This is not just about providing a place to stay; it’s about creating an energetic, sociable, and affordable environment where experiences take centre stage.
Marriott’s existing Sydney portfolio boasts esteemed names like Sheraton, W Hotels, and Marriott Hotels. The Moxy Sydney Pitt Street is set to add a playful yet stylish dimension to this collection, targeting guests who value an upbeat, inclusive, and affordable stay.
Sean Hunt, Area Vice President – Australia, New Zealand & Pacific, Marriott International, emphasizes the importance of brand differentiation for sustainable expansion. This strategy enables Marriott to cater to a broader audience globally, including the over 190 million loyal Marriott Bonvoy members.
For those eager to witness the rise of this exciting new landmark in Sydney’s hospitality scene, keep an eye on Moxy Hotels for the latest updates.
Written by: Charmaine Lu
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