Crown Sydney project is continuing despite pandemic

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As Sydney’s second casino, Crown Sydney will open doors this year. The $2.2 billion projects will surely change the state of Australia’s gambling operations. The newest waterfront establishment with the views of Sydney Harbour’s icons standing at a 275-metre-high.

Crown Sydney

Crown Sydney is placed in the Barangaroo area. It is a great chance for tourists and residents to experience Barangaroo’s cultural places and public parks.

Above all, Crown Sydney boasts with 6-star hotel 349 guest rooms and suites, luxury retail outlets, wonderful restaurants and bars. As well as a pool and spa facilities, a casino with 120 gaming tables and VIP gaming facilities. A beautiful space featuring traditional table games such as Baccarat, Blackjack and Roulette. VIP only gaming areas are modern and overlook one of the world’s most great harbours. Crown Sydney’s VIP only gaming facilities will offer a memorable experience at the city’s most wonderful venue. There are apartments on the upper floors of the building. Homeowners will move in during the first half of 2021.

You can see the amazing tower all across the city. Moreover, 50 custom made crystal light installations and a number of greenery – all of these bring luxury and style for clients.

1,800 pieces of artwork by local artists will also be showcased throughout the building. There are no other towers in Sydney quite at the level of the Crown Sydney skyscraper. It will be NSWs first 6-star luxury hotel and landmark in Sydney. Also, it will be the tallest building in the entire city and the state of NSW.

It is the new venue for the city by the harbour and will become the main destination for guests who looking for a stay, play and indulge in a luxury venue.

Crown Sydney Official Page.

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