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First Summit Hotel in Australia - Star City Hotel & Apartments, Sydney

Travel News Asia Tuesday, 12 December 2006

Preferred Hotel Group has a new member - Star City Hotel & Apartments - represented by the Summit Hotels & Resorts collection in Asia Pacific. This property is an exciting addition in a key city and enjoys an excellent location in a 24-hour entertainment complex.

Star City Hotel & Apartments is an ideal place to stay when guests want to enjoy first-class luxury accommodation whether they are travelling for business or pleasure. Located on the shores of Sydney Harbour at Pyrmont, the hotel is just minutes from the heart of the Central Business District, Darling Harbour, Chinatown and Sydney Exhibition Centre, Star City offers 15 restaurants and bars, two world-class theatres, a 24-hour casino and complete fitness and spa facilities.

Most of the rooms have sweeping views of the infamous Sydney Harbour and the city skyline, while rooms on the western side of each building overlook the spectacular Anzac Bridge. The hotel has 306 standard rooms, 43 suites, and two dual-level penthouses, while the serviced apartment complex has 131 apartments.

We are truly delighted to have a property such as Star City Hotel & Apartments as our first hotel in Sydney. The hotel is sure to exceed every guests expectations - whether they are travelling for leisure, business or MICE, said Ananya Narayan, Preferred Hotel Group Asia Pacifics Managing Director.

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