Harry Triguboff opens 19th Meriton Suites hotel

Harry Triguboff opens 19th Meriton Suites hotel

Meriton Suites has launched its latest Sydney-based hotel on Sussex Street in Darling Harbour.

This is yet another milestone for Australia's second richest person and owner of Meriton Suites, Harry Triguboff, who now operates five hotels in the Sydney CBD and 19 around Australia.

The Sussex Street hotel is located in the historic warehouse district of Sydney adjacent to the Darling Quarter Precinct in Darling Harbour.

The new hotel is 32 levels high and offers 301 suits with a selection of studio, one, two- and three-bedroom designs.

All suites include residential-size gourmet kitchens along with the essential utensils for a home cooked meal, a separate living and dining space with designer furnishings plus HD TVs in all bedrooms and internal laundries with washing machines and dryers.

The building has a grand entrance and five-story lobby and is architecturally designed to frame Darling Harbour and the surrounding city with the new building.

Complementary wi-fi is a given for guests, found in all areas of the hotels, plus Foxtel comes standard with each room.

The hotel is located a short walk away from Darling Harbour and Barangaroo as well as Town Hall and the Queen Victoria Building shopping precincts.

Meriton Suites now operates 19 properties across Sydney, Brisbane and on the Gold Coast, with five new locations in the pipeline including in Melbourne and Canberra.

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