QT Sydney Helps Guests Explore City’s Art Scene

QT Sydney TourQT Sydney, a member of Design Hotels, has partnered with My Detour Sydney and the Sydney Opera House to offer a new tour focused on exploring the city’s art, design and creative community.

The new version of the My Sydney Detour itinerary offers QT Sydney guests a chance to experience the city like a local through customized tours of various locations throughout the city. 

Beginning at QT Sydney, guests will explore the Gowings department store and State Theatre located in the center of the city, as well as take a historical tour of the hotel itself. From there, a classic 1964 EH Holden Premier will take guests for a ride through Sydney’s backstreets, bypassing the more crowded tourist sites to focus on the city's art, design, architecture, music and food. 


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In addition to the new tour, over the next 12 months QT Sydney and the Sydney Opera House will be partnering to offer guests access to several exclusive experiences. The first event coincides with Vivid LIVE, the Sydney Opera House’s annual celebration of contemporary music. The QT and Sydney Opera House VIP experience includes backstage access and a tour, as well as cocktails in Vivid LIVE’s Deep Purple Pool Hall which affords views of the illuminated Opera House sails and the Vivid Sydney installations across the harbor. The experience concludes with a stay at QT Sydney. 

For more information on the new tour, visit www.designhotels.com 

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