The Sebel Sydney Martin Place has unveiled its multi-million-dollar refurbishment across its 86-rooms and public areas.
Salter Brothers managing director Paul Salter said they had worked alongside Accor to rejuvenate the property.
“The Sebel Sydney Martin Place brings a new era of hospitality to the bustling city landscape,” he said.
Single-use plastic have also been eliminated throughout the hotel, using only recyclable products instead.
“Every aspect of the hotel has been thoughtfully mapped out to enhance customer service and sustainable efforts,” said Adrian Williams, Accor Pacific’s Chief Operating Officer PME.
Lydia Herd, general manager of The Sebel Sydney Martin Place, said the hotel offers a range of dining options.
“Guests can indulge with partnering food venues, such as breakfast at Piccolo Me, or opt for the comfort of in-room dining at The Sebel Sydney Martin place through their partnership with Bastardo, charged to their room,” she said.
“Bastardo’s menu presents an array of premium dishes, with signature dishes including Roast Beef Carpaccio, Cured King Salmon and the sweet delight of Classico Tiramisu.”