Sydney’s newest hotel opened last month with the Australian debut of the St Giles group’s new Tank Stream Hotel. Located at 97-99 Pitt street in the CBD, the 280 room property is within easy walking distance of landmarks such as Circular Quay, the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The Tank Stream Hotel, named for Sydney’s original water source which flows beneath it, is the latest development of Malaysia-based IGB Corporation Berhad, with CEO Tan Boon Lee saying “Sydney is a key destination in Australia and we believe that it will continue to enjoy growth in business and tourism. With the opening of The Tank Stream Hotel we hope to be a part of Sydney’s vibrant cityscape and share with the world the rich culture and history that the city has to offer.”
Offering guests an all-inclusive concept, the Tank Stream Hotel provides a wide range of amenities including a complimentary non-alcoholic mini-bar and wi-fi internet access. As well as the on-site casual French restaurant there’s a deli where guests can enjoy sandwiches, coffees and light snacks.
In-room technology extends further to feature a wide selection of complimentary movies streamed to a 42 inch high definition IPTV, along with a personal coffee machine. The new four-star Sydney St Giles property joins other hotels under the brand in London, New York, Manila and Kuala Lumpur.
Pictured pouring the plonk at the opening are Director of Rooms, Ezio Russa with Carole Giuseppi from Tourism Accommodation Australia and Mr Tan Boon Lee.