Tourism in Sydney, Australia forms an important part of the city’s economy. Port Jackson is the natural harbour of Sydney. It is known for its spectacular natural beauty, and in particular as the location of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. The Sydney Harbour Bridge is the main way of crossing Sydney Harbour carrying rail, vehicular, and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district and the North Shore. The dramatic water vista of the bridge together with the nearby Sydney Opera House is an iconic image of both Sydney and Australia. The Sydney Opera House is one of the most distinctive and famous 20th century buildings, and one of the most renowned performing arts venues in the world. The area around the harbour foreshore contains pockets of bushland—which was once common around Sydney—containing a diverse range of native animals.
Built by Grace Bros. in the 1920s as a showpiece of their successful retail business, The Grace Hotel has been beautifully restored to its former glory, making it one of Sydney’s most prominent historical landmarks, an example of Art-Deco architecture with a distinguished Neo-Gothic exterior. Located in the heart of Sydney, this heritage-listed hotel offers warm and personal service with the luxury of a 4 1/2 star hotel exuding a unique blend of old world charm with modern comfort to meet the needs of guests today.
The hotel facilities are extensive. Relax and keep fit at the rooftop recreation centre with gym, heated indoor lap pool, spa, sauna, and steam room. When in the mood to indulge, wine and dine in the relaxed and intimate ambiance of Grace Brasserie, Grace Café, or Bar77. If you need to catch up with work or connect with your loved ones, the business centre on the second level offers full business administrative services and wireless internet. The Grace’s spacious and tastefully-decorated guest rooms were designed with the frequent traveller in mind. These luxurious rooms are complete with amenities to ensure your total comfort when being away from home.
The standard amenities for all rooms include:
- Three rooms specially for disabled guests
- Renowned king-sized beds with feather comforters and pillows
- In-room entertainment including Foxtel and Fox Sports, plus pay-per-view movies
- 32″ LCD TV’s
- Functional work desk with task lighting, multiple telephone lines, data ports, and voicemail
- High-speed, wireless internet broadband
- Refreshment centre
- In-room safe
- Ironing facilities
- Smoke-free environment
- 24-hour Room Service
- Dry cleaning, laundry and valet services
- Ice is available from Room Service
The Grace Cafe is a popular award-winning café, serving modern Australian cuisine with fresh seasonal produce, boasting contemporary decor in a relaxing ambiance. Order a meal from the fresh seasonal menu or ask about the Chef’s daily specials. Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner from 7am to 10pm, 7 days a week.
Wine and dine in the relaxed atmosphere of Grace Brasserie, located on the second level overlooking the beautiful Grace Plaza atrium. This brasserie is all about indulgence from the sumptuous daily buffet breakfast to the elaborate lunch buffet comprising delectable international cuisine and irresistible desserts.
Bar 77 Grace is a cool and stylish bar offering the ultimate city escape from day into night. The extensive beverage menu features superb wines, local and imported beers, as well as cocktails. The food menu offers a mouth-watering selection of finger foods and snacks, perfect accompaniment to the drinks.
Enjoy the old world charm and make The Grace Hotel your home base for exploring the vibrant Sydney scene.