The iconic Haven Hotel in Glebe renovated to a luxury boutique hotel

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The latest addition to the line of Best Western Hotels & Resorts’ luxury hotel has been added in Glebe, the Inner Western suburb in Sydney.

The hotel brand has given the Best Western Haven Glebe, a 4-star boutique hotel, a makeover nearly worth of AUD$3 million. The renovation has been done to the hotel’s 56 guest rooms and retail frontage on Glebe Point Road.

According to a press release from Best Western Hotel & Resorts, three room types – king, queen, and twin – are there for the guests. Leisure and business travellers will enjoy special amenities including 40” LED TVs and free in-room Wi-Fi.

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Other amenities include an internal ‘zen’ courtyard, a gym, a business centre, an onsite restaurant, 24-hour reception, onsite parking, and street-facing balconies. The hotel also has room service arrangement for those who want to have some refreshments from the neighbouring Glebe Cafe.

Steve Richards, the newly appointed Head of Commercial of Best Western Australasia, said that with festivals like Mardi Gras and Vivid Sydney approaching fast, this new luxury addition to the Glebe accommodation would take off the pressure on Sydney’s room capacity a bit. He described the hotel to be a classic example of the high standard of hotels joining the midscale Best Western brand.

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Best Western Haven Glebe is the fifth hotel of the Best Western brand operating in Sydney. For more information about the hotel, visit the Best Western website.

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