Sydney's first all-suite hotel

Fraser Suites Sydney
Fraser Suites Sydney Lost at E Minor

FRASER Suites Sydney is one of the most recent additions to Sydney's range of luxury accommodation. Located on Kent Street, adjacent to the Darling Harbour precinct and within walking distance to Sydney CBD, it's the first all-suite hotel in the city.

This award-winning five star accommodation was designed by Foster + Partners architects and seamlessly blends style and functionality. The Manhattan mode exterior gives way to a striking foyer featuring a spectacular rainfall chandelier suspended from a silver leaf ceiling, polished travertine marble floors, an eight metre high mirror installation, warm timber finishes and polished stucco walls.

Each of the 42 floors accommodates just seven luxury apartment suites, creating a level of privacy and exclusivity more associated with a boutique hotel. The interior of our spacious two bedroom apartment was elegantly furnished in soft, understated tones, offering a welcome retreat after the energy and bustle of a Friday night out in Sydney. The beds, it has to be said, have to be amongst the most comfortable anywhere in the city.

Finally, don't miss the opportunity to check out the 20 metre, glass-bottomed lap pool, cantilevered over the adjacent shopping precinct. Fraser Suites Sydney is the perfect choice for anyone seeking a stylish and luxurious place to stay in Sydney.

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