SKYE Suites Green Square draws closer
CROWN Group has unveiled its interior designs for the plush new hotel rooms and lobbies of SKYE Suites Green Square, set to open late this year.
It will be the third luxury serviced apartment hotel operating under the SKYE Suites brand, following the opening of SKYE Suites at Arc on Clarence Street last October and SKYE Suites Parramatta in 2017.
The new hotel is part of the 20-storey $575 million Infinity by Crown Group development in Green Square. With its unique shape, it is quickly becoming the centrepiece in location’s $13 billion revival and is likely to be popular with event organisers due to its proximity to Crown Group’s Infinity Convention Centre, which is also due to open later this year.
The completed accommodation will feature 90 one- and two-bedroom and studio apartments, all fit with keyless entry, smart mattresses, virtual concierge tablets, a complimentary mini-bar, Kevin Murphy toiletries and a STAYCAST streaming entertainment system.
The hotel is one step closer to completion with the designs of the interiors done by world renowned CHADA. The furnishings of the rooms and lobbies have been inspired by the flowing, organic beauty of the buildings form, according to the designer, and will feature rich textured furnishings in a palette of navy, indigo, charcoal and oatmeal with accents of polished brass.
The area surrounding the hotel includes a 1,180m2 central landscaped plaza and lifestyle precinct, offering 20 stores, restaurants, a public library, a medical centre and cafes, for use by guests and the permanent residents who will occupy the 326 luxury residential apartments that are part of the Infinity development.
Crown Group’s Director of Hotels and Suites, Wayne Taranto spoke of the elegance and style that the company is aiming to offer guests and residents at the development as they live and work in Green Square’s flagship enclave.
“This will be a really immersive escape from Sydney life, but with absolutely everything you need on the doorstep, an eat street packed with restaurants, cafes and wine bars at ground level, supermarkets and a medical centre, all next to the train station.”