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DISCOVER UNRIVALLED SERVICE, LUXURY AND OPPULANCE


The Darling is Sydney’s newest five-star hotel and is most lovingly detailed.


From the 400 thread Egyptian cotton sheets and hand picked pillow menu, to the textured wallpapers and bespoke furniture, The Darling is a vision of perfection.


SYDNEY’S LEADING DESIGNER SHOPPING DESTINATION


The Star also houses a vast selection of designer boutiques including Chanel, Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo, Bottega Veneta, G Star, Calvin Klein Jeans and Moda Emporio. There’s also a luxurious IM Lingerie store and LK Boutique, which has an extensive range of fine jewellery as well as exquisite timepieces by Rolex, Patek Philippe and Dior.


It is little wonder that The Darling made the 2012 Conde Nast Traveller Top 60 Best New Hotels in the World list. It also won the Best New Hotel Construction and Design Ward for Australia and the Asia Pacific at the International Hotel Awards 2012-2013.


A LEVEL OF PAMPERING THAT IS UNPARALLED


The Spa at The Darling is a luxurious haven, which takes pampering to new levels.


Combining Eastern and Western therapies, The Spa offers vast choice from express beauty treatments, to head to toe four hour pampering sessions.


With 16 private rooms, including a beautiful and intimate couple’s treatment room and a hamam, the spa will have you looking and feeling incredible.


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