The Kimpton Margot Sydney, Australia is Now Open, the 17th Kimpton hotel to join the IHG Luxury Collection. Its opening is perfectly timed: Australia will reopen to fully vaccinated international visitors on February 21, 2022.
Kimpton Margot Sydney Location
The Kimpton Margot Sydney is located at 339 Pitt Street in a heritage listed building, close to Hyde Park, Queen Victoria Building shopping and dining, about an 18 minute walk from the Art Gallery of New South Wales, 22 minute walk to Circular Quay, and a half hour walk from the Sydney Opera House. Sydney Airport (SYD) is a 15-45 minute drive, depending on traffic.
Kimpton Margot Sydney Rooms and Suites
The hotel offers 172 rooms and suites, with entry level “Essential” rooms starting at 344 sq. ft. (32 sq. M.) progressing through Premium Rooms, Premium Corner Rooms, Premium Corner Room with Living Area, 1BR Suite with Living Area, and 1BR Corner Suite (796 sq. ft. / 74 sq. M.) Those wanting a soaking tub should reserve a 1 Bedroom Suite or higher category, and if double sinks are important, reserve a 1BR Corner Suite or higher.
Specialty Suites include the Diplomat Suite, which enjoys a light-filled living area and overlooks Pitt Street, with a dining table that seats eight, and the Celebrity Suite, the hotel's largest suite at 1722 sq. ft. (160 sq. M.), which in addition to its open plan living and dining area, with views of Wilmont Lane, has a guest powder room and a Butler kitchen.
A particular draw of the new hotel is its heated rooftop swimming pool, exclusive to hotel guests. Relax on poolside loungers and sample light bites and cocktails from the Wilmot Bar.
Kimpton Margot Sydney IHG Luxury Collection Benefits
TravelSort Clients enjoy the following IHG Luxury Collection benefits:
- Daily breakfast for up to two in-room guests in the hotel restaurant
- Upgrade to next room category, subject to availability
- Bottled water and fresh fruit/snacks in room upon arrival
- No walk policy
- Value-added amenity specific to hotel ($100 value once per stay)
- Guaranteed 2pm late check-out
The hotel's signature restaurant, Luke’s Kitchen, serves daily breakfast as well lunch and dinner. Names for Australian Chef Luke Mangan, the chic dining space includes an open kitchen and a menu that fuses Asian, European and modern Australian influences. Guests can savor light bites such as luscious prawn toast with Tasmanian wild-caught spanner crab meat salad or Beluga caviar served with sour cream, chives and potato gaufrette, before moving on to more substantial main courses such as grilled Brooklyn Valley sirloin with lime, chili and burnt leeks, or seared tuna with black bean tabouleh and grilled baby corn.
A signature share main course designed for two or more guests is a two-day Dry-aged Wollemi duck that is served in a fragrant Indonesian curry style with crispy skin and a creamy coconut sauce, laced with crunchy vegetables and Asian spices of garlic, ginger and star anise.
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Bad experience with this Kimpton branch. They have fees for the pets and don’t have a wine hour. No special occasions specials, and parking fee is high. The staffs are rude and they make me wait so long for the service. They charge me more than what is on the website and did not refund me the manager is not helping with the issue. Not good value for the money. Food tastes bad and slow service. Not recommended
I spent the holidays here, I don’t know why but during the holidays their reception smells like a piss Id rather not spend my special occasions here