Radisson Blu Plaza Sydney is celebrating the completion of its $13.5
million re-design, with all its guest rooms and function spaces now
reinvigorated and fully operational.
Reminiscent of New York's famous Flatiron building and occupying a
landmark position in the heart of Sydney on the corner of Pitt, Hunter and
O'Connell streets, the Radisson Blu Plaza Sydney is a stylish five-star
hotel housed within a stunning heritage-listed property.
The original building on this site dates back to 1856 when it was home to
John Fairfax & Sons, publishers of Australia's oldest surviving
newspaper, The Sydney Morning Herald. It was acquired in 1955 by the Bank
of New South Wales, later rebranded as Westpac, and then in 2000 was opened
as the Radisson Blu hotel.
The first phase of the 'new Blu' re-design which was completed last
September, 2015 focused on the function and meeting rooms. These have all
been refreshed and modernised and provide more than 500m2 of space, ideal
for corporate business meetings, board meetings, social events, private
dinners or cocktail functions from two to 200 guests.
The second phase of the re-design, completed in July 2016, includes a
refresh of all 336 guestrooms and 28 suites at Radisson Blu, with new silk
fabrics and contemporary chrome and metal-blue colour schemes, stylish
chevron patterning reflected in the lighting and upgrades to the fittings
in the building's original marble bathrooms.
The new look and feel of the hotel's meeting spaces and guest rooms will
complement the critically-acclaimed and two-hatted Bentley Restaurant and
Bar, which found its contemporary new home in the historic façade of
the hotel in 2013.
For more information contact us on 1300 764 906
or complete an Enquiry Form