The first Sydney Hotel to be built on and over the water, taking full advantage of its stunning waterfront location.
Unique features of the hotel include its very own 'pier-side' pontoon, a top-notch lobby, restaurant & bar and superb meeting facilities with harbour views.
189 fully refurbished guest rooms comprising of 171 Waterside & Heritage Rooms, and 17 elegant Suites. 4 of the suites have spacious balconies that look out over Sydney Harbour or the Harbour Bridge or The Sydney Opera House.
All guestrooms combine contemporary interior features and restored heritage architecture, with either harbour or bridge views. All of the guestrooms and suites at Pier One Sydney Harbour are stylishly appointed and offer full hotel services & facilities you would expect from an Autograph Collection hotel.
The Gantry Restaurant & Bar
Alfresco dining at its best: The Gantry Restaurant & Bar at Pier One Sydney Harbour. Located adjacent to the Harbour Bridge with majestic views over Walsh Bay and Sydney Harbour, enjoy modern cuisine, as well as an extensive Australian wine list, at Sydney's first over-water hotel.
In Room Dining
An extensive and exciting in-room dining menu is also available for guests who would like to dine in the privacy of their room
Enjoy either a rigorous work out or just a quick energiser in the work out room. Of course, being right next to the historic Rocks district, external activities including shopping tours, harbour cruises, climbing the harbour bridge or visiting one of the many galleries and museums which are just a short stroll from the hotel.
Pier One Sydney Harbour, features its very own “pier-side” pontoon, so guests can arrive or depart “nautical style” by water taxi or private yacht. With a spacious surface of 12m x 7m, the pontoon is designed for one large cruiser, two small cabin cruisers or 2 small yachts.
Nearby Attractions include the Historic Rocks Area, Harbour cruises, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Circular Quay, Royal Botanic Gardens, Fort Denison, Sydney Aquarium, National Maritime Museum, Powerhouse Museum,Art Gallery of NSW, Museum of Contemporary Art.