Beachfront Sydney Hotel Manly Pacific Unveils $30M Renovation

Manly Pacific - MGallery in Sydney has undergone a $30 million property-wide renovation over a span of two years. The property spanning eight floors was redesigned in collaboration with Australian designers Coco Republic. It now sports a refreshed façade, 213 redesigned rooms, including The Infinity Residence and nine ocean-facing Coastal Suites, a rooftop pool and bar, a sundeck with an infrared sauna, a new lobby bar, and a conference and events floor.

The Infinity Residence—the top accommodation—is a 1,905-square-foot, one-bedroom luxury suite, which opens up to a 1,076-square-foot private terrace with ocean views. In addition, each of the nine ocean-facing Coastal Suites offers two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Pretty cool: Guests will also have access to a customizable wellness menu that includes a Peloton bike.

Coastal Suites at Manly Pacific
The hotel has nine two-bedroom, two-bathroom Coastal Suites (Manly Pacific - MGallery)

The hotel’s latest addition includes 55 North, a new lobby bar designed by Luchetti Krelle. There's also a new sun-soaked bar located beside the new rooftop pool and sundeck. The hotel’s concierge service, known as the “Beach Club,” can arrange bookings at the rooftop infrared sauna and other wellness activities such as surfing lessons, yoga, facials, massages and cryotherapy.

Manly Pacific is part of Accor’s MGallery Hotel Collection. The hotel is showcasing Manly’s creative community, from displaying the works of local photographers to including local produce on menus and featuring artisan craft pieces throughout the property.

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