Accor, the largest hotel operator in the Pacific, has announced Mercure Sydney Martin Place, ideally located in the bustling heart of Sydney’s CBD, will open tomorrow (October 7).
Offering comfort and convenience close to all that Sydney has to offer, this stylish 4-star hotel is set to become the hotel of choice for business and leisure travellers seeking an inner-city hotel with modern facilities.
Situated on Phillip Street close to some of Sydney’s major attractions including Martin Place, Pitt Street Mall, Hyde Park and Circular Quay, the 86-room hotel is set to delight guests with its modern and contemporary interiors as well as its spacious, guest rooms that include kitchenettes with microwave and tea and coffee making facilities.
Boasting a 24-hour reception, high-speed, unlimited Wi-Fi, parking and laundry facilities, the new Mercure Sydney Martin Place is the perfect place to base yourself for an inner-city staycation or business trip.
Sarah Derry, CEO Accor Pacific, said the hotel’s central location will make it a popular choice for leisure seekers wanting to explore the best of Sydney, as well as business travellers wanting to be in the heart of the CBD.
“We’re excited to be opening the Mercure Sydney Martin Place which offers guests a fantastic location in the centre of town with some of the city’s most iconic landmarks within easy walking distance from the hotel. As the warmer months approach and Sydney’s season of events commence, Mercure Martin Place will be a smart choice for those wanting to soak up all there is to love about our Harbour city.”
Mercure Sydney Martin Place is owned by Salter Brothers, an Australian-owned global funds management business with a focus on hotels, property, private equity and credit, with group assets under management of over $2.6 billion. The company’s hotel platform was formed in December 2015 and has established a track record of acquiring, developing and managing high quality hotel assets across Australia and the USA, with its associated portfolio entities currently comprising 4,476 hotel rooms across 19 hotels, with asset value exceeding $2 billion.
From luxury to economy, Accor has more than 350 hotels, resorts and apartments to choose from in Australia, including international brands such as Sofitel, MGallery, Art Series, Pullman, Swissôtel, Mövenpick, Grand Mercure, Peppers, The Sebel, Mantra, Novotel, Mercure, Tribe, BreakFree, ibis, ibis Styles and ibis Budget.