The Pier One Sydney is located within the historic Rocks area on the waterfront and adjacent to Sydney's famous Harbour Bridge.

This unique blend of Federation building and contemporary chic architecture is a rich fusion of heritage legacy and modern lifestyle.

Pier One Sydney Harbour is right on and over the water and overlooking Walsh Bay, with the lobby having extensive views also of Sydney Harbour and the Harbour Bridge. A 12-metre glass floor affords floodlit views to the harbour below. Pier One has its very own "pier-side" pontoon, so guests can arrive or depart "nautical style" by water taxi. Guests can enjoy the flexibility of being able to catch a water taxi to the Opera House, the Zoo, and a whole host of other waterfront locations.

There are 189 accommodation rooms including 7 luxurious Suites, combining contemporary interior features and restored heritage architecture, with either harbour or bridge views.

The three modern conference rooms include Water @ Pier One and Bridge @ Pier One, overlooking the Harbour and bridge and the versatile Dawes Point, which opens directly onto the pier and divides into 7 individual rooms with a myriad of combinations.

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Conference Tips - Planning

Conference Tips - Planning

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