A contemporary concept for an historic Sydney hotel brings a new design dimension for discerning guests. Nicky Lobo visits 10 Rooms
The site was Sydney’s first Opera House before the Grace Brothers purchased it in 1926 and the transition began into its current hotel status. There’s plenty of history, but the Grace Hotel in Sydney is now offering something very new to complement the class.
Inspired by hotels in Malaysia, the 10 Rooms concept offers 10 rooms (not surprisingly) with customisation options designed to pamper all the senses.
From three different layouts – geared towards the corporate traveller, single traveller or couple – you are also able to select from different colour schemes and designer furniture pieces. To complete the personal experience, the hotel will provide a tasty treat and luxurious body products that cater to your favourite flavours, colours and scents (noted as part of the booking process).
Finally, a range of bathrobes and pillows to choose from, complimentary internet and iPod docking station and LCD with sound piped into the bathroom will set you up for a night of enjoyment, whether you want to relax, connect or entertain.