Crown Towers Sydney | Australia | If Only

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Boasting sensational views from sleekly stylish modern rooms and suites, a blissful spa and an infinity edge pool overlooking the panorama, there is more than a touch of ‘resort-luxe’ about this hotel, making a refreshing change to the usual city hotel. Add in waterside tennis courts, ultramodern fitness facilities and some of the finest dining outlets available anywhere in the world, not just Australia and you have a truly exceptional hotel, in one of the best locations in the city. Elegance and sophistication come as standard throughout the 349 rooms and suites, all of which feature floor to ceiling windows and a colour scheme inspired by the ever-changing sky and skyline views beyond the glass. Many have the iconic Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House as their backdrop. Super dining comes courtesy of Clare Smyth, holder of three Michelin stars, at Oncore whilst Nobu hosts a fantastic Japanese fusion menu. There’s even a Chinese tea house.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 349 rooms



With wonderful views over the Sydney skyline and beyond, there isn’t a bad room or suite to be had amongst the 349 to choose from. Soaring floor to ceiling windows frame the panorama and the modern styling and décor, including a colour palette of natural hues and the palest aquamarine. The bespoke design includes generous living/sleeping spaces and ultramodern technology. Pick the Harbour Bridge or Opera rooms, or one of the fabulous suites to be sure of the iconic view that Sydney is renowned for.



In a city where the array of dining options is already off the scale, the Crown Towers Sydney simply ups the ante even further. Alongside world renowned Nobu, Japan’s most recognised restaurant, Crown Towers is also the choice for the first international outpost for British chef Clare Smyth, holders of no less than three Michelin stars. Her restaurant Oncore occupies level 26 of the hotel, and the views are as exceptional as the food. The impressive selection is not all fine dining though and there is something for every palate including late night snacks, international crowd pleasers and the perennially popular afternoon tea.


The brief for the design of the Crown Spa was succinct and to the point, it was simply to design the best day spa in Sydney. The result is a sophisticated and opulent space dedicated to wellness and wellbeing. Science-led La Prairie treatments take centre stage and there is an exceptional menu of treatments and therapies to enjoy. On level five there is an expansive pool terrace with secluded cabanas, super-comfy day beds and panoramic views meaning you may never want to leave. The private fitness studio is no less impressive with ultramodern equipment and the ever-present view. The hotel also boasts unique waterfront tennis courts.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Sydney Airport


Approximately a 25 minute drive from the airport


September to April is the spring/summer/early autumn period in New South Wales with high temperatures likely during the height of the season. Compared to northern Europe, winter months can be pleasant too, with warm days and fresh, cool evenings a common factor.