The Porter House Hotel – MGallery is preparing to open its doors in July in Sydney’s CBD with the $94 million luxury hotel occupying the first 10 floors of a 36-storey mixed-use tower within the re-imagined $184 million Porter House precinct.
The 131 residential apartments sit above the new signature MGallery hotel, while a multi-level food and bar destination has been created within the restored 1870s heritage-listed building itself.
“Emanating an effortless duality, the redeveloped Porter House precinct plays with the concept of intriguing contrasts,” said Joleen Hurst, the hotel’s general manager.
“By placing two extraordinary buildings together, we have created something remarkably original that we hope local, interstate and international guests will be fascinated by.”
The 122-room hotel also has several floors dedicated to function spaces and private dining. While level two offers multiple break-out rooms for meetings, level three dedicates the whole floor to private dining rooms.
There are four private dining rooms on this floor; two rooms accommodating eight people each as well as two luxe dining spaces with fireplaces, libraries and seating for 8 to 16 people.