New Four Seasons Hotel Suite Offers Stunning Views of the Sydney Harbour and More

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A view of one of the Full Harbour View Junior Suites of the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney

A view of one of the Full Harbour View Junior Suites of the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney

When you stay in the new Full Harbour View Junior Suites of the Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney, the breath-taking sight of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and the dizzying heights of the sails of the Sydney Opera House will dominate your view through the window. Apart from the unobstructed views of this two dominating landmarks of the Sydney Harbour area, the suites come with some exclusive privileges to make your stay a memorable one. These include Executive Club access for guests and up to three friends.

The Executive Club on Level 32 of the hotel is a paradise for guests with views to die for of the Walsh Bay. Guests can enjoy full buffet breakfast with chef-attended egg station. Light refreshments are served all through the day. Pre-dinner canapés and premium spirits are available at the open bar. The bar also has an award-winning sommelier selection of wines. Guests will be able to use other privileges of the Executive Club including garment pressing, high-speed internet connection throughout the hotel, dedicated concierge services, a selection of newspapers and magazines on a daily basis plus savings on the Executive Club boardroom functions.

The open-concept living area of the Full Harbour View Junior Suite includes a lounge area and a larger than usual sleeping and relaxing space making it an ideal hub to unwind after a hard day of work for, specially for travelling executives and or people on business. Guests staying at the AUD 595 a night Full Harbour View Junior Suite will also be pampered by luxurious Appelles amenities prepared from certified organic Australian ingredients in the marble decked bathroom.

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