Expect QT's signature artist-led design features alongside premium spa treatments, an in-house barber and a handful of places to eat and drink.
September 19, 2022
Every one of QT Sydney's guest suites have been carefully crafted to reflect and honour the historic Gowings and State Theatre buildings in which it resides. QT's exterior sports a striking blend of gothic, art deco, and Italianate-influenced architecture — and inside, the luxurious rooms carry through that art deco-meets-gothic aesthetic to quite the striking degree.
Plus, thanks to its location right in the centre of the CBD — and alongside one of the city's most famous theatres — it's a great pick for out-of-towners, while locals can often be found making the best of its various bars, bistros and restaurants.
And if you're looking to bring your pooch along, you're in luck. The QT pup fur-endly rooms come with an in-room menu specifically for woofers, a pooch-friendly mini bar offering and designer canine bedding.
The doggy food range is overseen by the brand's head of treats — Nic Wood in Australia and Jiwon Do in NZ — and includes steak tartare with raw beef, mushrooms and egg yolk; bone marrow risotto with bone broth and crispy pigs ears; and chicken livers and pork necks on wholemeal toast with chicken gravy. Fancy a doggy dessert for your pooch? There's also a bacon ice cream sandwich, made from bacon ice cream, dried liver and oat biscuits. es, this is incredibly silly. But why not treat your pup, while you're treating yourself? Aussie pet lovers are lucky to have QT Sydney, for it is one of the top dog-friendly hotels in the country.
Just nearby, you'll find Sammy Junior, Glass Brasserie and The Grounds of the City; however, if you don't feel like leaving your hotel, you're in luck. The QT Sydney hosts the renowned Gowings Bar & Grill, too. Want to stay a little closer to the beach? Hop over to the QT Bondi for a coastal escape. It's one of Sydney's best hotels, for sure.