The new Fullerton Hotel Sydney offers a luxury heritage experience including fascinating historical tours
The 416-room Fullerton Hotel Sydney is open for business, bringing to life Sydney’s former General Post Office building at No.1 Martin Place. This marks The Fullerton Hotels and Resort’s first international expansion beyond The Fullerton Hotel Singapore and The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore.
Guest rooms feature signature Fullerton touches including Harman Kardon Bluetooth speakers, Nespresso machines with pods, Singaporean TWG teas, and an extensive pillow menu.
Starting November 1, hotel guests and the general public will be able to explore the iconic building’s history, dating back to 1874, through complimentary heritage tours.
The Fullerton Hotel Sydney shares its history as a former GPO building with sister property The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. It will also feature authentic Southeast Asian cuisines alongside contemporary Australian dishes in new restaurant, The Place.
For more information, including opening specials, see fullertonhotels.com.
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