Kirketon Hotel Sydney - a promise of luxury
Renowned for discreet and personal service, the Kirketon Hotel Sydney welcomes its guests to experience the genuine warmth and charm of the professional staff whose prime objective is to satisfy guests' every desire. The newly renovated 40 room iconic boutique hotel showcases a stunning, sensuous design experience, replacing the hotels minimalist history with contemporary elegance reminiscent of great Parisian boutique hotels, capturing the imaginations and loyalty of guests desirous of convenient location with intimate privacy. Central to the heart of Sydney's restaurant, bar and nightclub district, moments from Oxford Street and Kings Cross Station and nestled in a quiet corner of the Darlinghurst, Potts Point and Kings Cross Triangle, the hotel is a moment's walk to Woolloomooloo, the Sydney Financial District, and the Circular Quay.
Amenities within the Kirketon Hotel Sydney include a fitness facility, wireless Internet access in public areas, a continental breakfast, concierge desk and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. All guestrooms are non-smoking and air-conditioned, featuring coffee/tea makers and minibars, wireless internet and complimentary toiletries. In-room safes (accommodating laptops), direct-dial phones with voice mail, televisions with DVD and CD players ensure stays are safe, comfortable and secure.
Opened in 1999, the Kirketon Hotel Sydney, alongside the Salt Restaurant, immediately claimed the title of Australias original boutique hotel, incorporating the stark and cool minimalist style of the day to its architecture and interiors. The highly priced hotel and aloof ambience rapidly and consistently achieved full occupancy while maintaining its focus on incomparable value and guest hospitality. Transformed again under new ownership in 2008, the hotel matches the style, elegance and sophistication of boutiques in Paris and New York.
Just steps from the Circular Quay, the Kirketon Hotel Sydney, provides easy access to tourist icons such as the world famous Opera House, Harbour Bridge, the Olympic Stadiums and the immense and luxuriantly green Royal Botanical Gardens. Sydney's Jewish Museum is also nearby. The Darlinghurst District boasts great inexpensive restaurants and the Paddington Market presents fashion bargains. The site of the original settlers of Sydney, the historic Rocks Point District invites exploration through its cobbled streets and narrow alleyways with a story around every corner, featuring the interactive Discovery Museum for children and the open air market on the weekends full of arts and crafts, live music and a magical atmosphere.
250 meters overhead, the Skywalk atop the Sydney Tower offers breath-taking vistas between feet firmly planted on a glass floor, looking straight down at the shopping centre far below, a dizzying complex of stores and restaurants, cinemas, laser and bowling amusements. Luna Park across the harbour provides thrilling amusement rides much closer to the ground and a spectacular view of all of these Sydney Harbour landmarks can be had from the decks of a glass-bottomed boat leaving from the Sydney Aquarium.
The original point of landing for Australia's first settlers, short ferry rides from the Circular Quay transports guests to many of Sydney's best sites beyond walking reach. The Taronga Zoo was first opened in 1816 on what was known as Billy Goat Swamp. Farther away are the popular beaches of Manley and Bondi where crystal waters mix with white sand.
For luxurious memories of pampered adventure convenient to the glittering elements of Sydney's greatest jewels, the Kirketon Hotel Sydney crowns the menu.