QT Sydney

Spread over two 1920s buildings, QT Sydney’s 200 rooms welcome guests into a design wonderland where old-world features and modern elements come together in complete harmony. Think vintage solid wood floors, a blend of subdued and bright colors as well as a contrast between minimalist furniture and eccentric elements. The lavish rooms also have workspaces and free Wi-Fi,  making QT Sydney an attractive option for those on business trips.

QT Sydney

  • 49 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

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