Images of the First Western Sydney Airport Hotel revealed


Renderings of the first Western Sydney Aerotropolis hotel have been revealed, the Hassell-designed development owned by 1990 Developments, a consortium made up of Maas Group and Gibb Group.

The 200-key, $70 million hotel will be operated by Marriott International and will be named Courtyard by Marriott Western Sydney Airport. The hotel will include an all-day dining restaurant, cafe, bar and gym, as well as meeting rooms and a ballroom.

“We look forward to being part of the delivery of what will likely be the first hotel serving Western Sydney International Airport,” Matthew Thistleton, Gibb Group Country Development Manager, told The Urban Developer.

Marriott’s Australian Vice President of Hotel Development, Richard Crawford, says the entire airport development is a pivotal project for the region and the country.

“Courtyard by Marriott is our biggest brand, with more than 1,200 properties globally, three hotels open in Australia and five more in our local pipeline,” he says.

“The Western Sydney Aerotropolis development will support around 28,000 jobs, and Western Sydney International Airport will operate curfew-free and provide much-needed increased passenger and cargo capacity to Australia’s main gateway city.”

The hotel is due for completion in 2026, coinciding with the opening of Western Sydney Airport.


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