The Grace Hotel is Sydney's elegantly restored, heritage-listed art deco hotel right in the heart of the CBD.The Grace Hotel is one of Sydney's most unusual. Opened in 1997, its wholly within a Heritage listed art deco building opened in 1930 as the headquarters for Sydney's then department store moguls, the Grace Brothers. It was modelled on the Chicago Tribune building in the USA, and for a time in World War II was General Douglas Macarthur's South Pacific headquarters.
The hotel has 382 rooms including six suites. Guests have a choice of King or twin beds. The Grace Brasserie and Grill offers buffet and a la carte dining, The Grace Deli & Café Co a blend of Australian and Mediterranean café-style food. The café also has a takeaway service for guests in a hurry, and there is 24-hour room service.
While the exterior of the hotel was restored to its original condition along with some of its public areas, the guest rooms were built new inside the shell.It was designed as a four-star property specifically to meet the needs of today's computer and communications conscious business traveller. All rooms and suites have a purpose-built workstation with facsimile and modem ports and three direct-dial telephones. The hotel's business centre also has computer data and Internet access.
Grace Hotel, Sydney, Australia
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