North Sydney has a new North Star in The Ascott Limited’s Citadines Walker.
The latest offering from The Ascott, Citadines Walker boasts the highest room count in North Sydney, offering 252 rooms across 19 levels inside the now complete 88 Walker St development, which stands as the tallest tower in North Sydney.
A member of Ascott Australia’s leading portfolio of brands, Citadines (French for ‘City dwellers’) blends the best elements of cities into hotels through the property and the property team, referred to as ‘Citazens’.
Citadines combines comfort and flexibility to provide business and leisure guests with the best city living. The modern accommodation mix includes stylish studio rooms and spacious suites with separate living and kitchenettes.
Citadines Walker’s innovative design embraces a unique two-story mezzanine featuring impressive double-storey windows. Level 5 houses reception and a guest lounge. Level 6 includes a Fitness Centre with floor-to-ceiling windows and a business centre with a Boardroom and workstations.
A relaxed restaurant lounge and bar offering is set to open on Level 5 next year.
Citadines Walker is a vital part of revitalising the North Sydney CBD. The hotel is strategically located adjacent to the upcoming Victoria Cross metro station, connecting North Sydney with Barangaroo in three minutes and Martin Place in five minutes.
It’s the second Citadines Hotel to be opened in NSW and the fourth in the Australian market. Currently, the Citadines brand represents 193 properties and over 33,500 rooms globally. The resurgent business travel market has seen Citadines become the fastest-growing hotel brand in The Ascott Limited’s global portfolio, with 21 new Citadines hotels opening this year.
Managing Director Ascott Australia, David Mansfield, said, “Citadines Walker North Sydney will connect guests with comfortable and flexible accommodation in a blue-ribbon location and a friendly teams of ‘Citazens’ to connect guests with the very best experiences North Sydney has to offer.”
“Citadines offers guests an attractive location to mix business and leisure. You can get work done, enjoy dinner and a drink, and immerse yourself in the cityscape. The mixed-use nature of 88 Walker St means it is a hub of activity compared to neighbouring mono-use buildings.”