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A popular stylish and contemporary dining and entertainment choice for Sydney’s business crowd, theatre goers attending the neighbouring Capitol Theatre and tourists in the CBD.
Palace Hotel Sydney is a favourite place to relax and enjoy a meal or beverage before or after a show at Capitol Theatre or nearby ICC Sydney
Located on the corner of George and Hay Streets, Palace Hotel Sydney is a stylish and contemporary venue that pays homage to the heritage of the area, particularly the former Palace Hotel which once occupied part of the site.
The front bar off George Street has been renamed the Palace Bar and is frequented by locals looking to relax after work.
Opening Hours: 10am til late, 7 days a week
The hotel features a brasserie that is a sunny atrium during the day and candlelit by night. The hotel offers several areas that can be booked for private functions providing an opportunity for corporate event managers to combine an evening at the theatre with pre-theatre dinner and drinks in a designated area, or a post-show nightcap.
The interior design carries through aspects of the heritage-style Palace Bar with accents of dark timber and polished brass, with the addition of plush modern furnishings in the form of lounges, banquettes, chairs and stools along with dining tables and a framed view of the working kitchen.
The new palette of crème, charcoal and maroon is used throughout to marry the heritage elements of the façade and internal bars with the contemporary elements introduced. Externally, the colour palette enhances the elaborate architectural detail of the George Street entrance while providing the venue with a fresh, clean appeal.
Contact Palace Hotel Sydney:
Phone: 02 9212 2111
Fax: 02 9212 2592
730-742 George street
Haymarket, NSW, 2000
Metro Hospitality Group acknowledges Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders both past and present.