Four Seasons’ new Lounge 32 meets demand for creature comforts
Located on level 32, the lounge offers guests a “luxurious yet homely” space with residential-style offerings such as an open-plan kitchen with an open bar, self-service fridges and homemade-style dishes.
General manager Rudolf van Dijk said Lounge 32 isn’t just for business travellers, but leisure guests as well.
“While hotel executive clubs are traditionally intended for corporate travellers, we have created a private, luxurious and comfortable space designed for both holidaymakers and business guests to feel at home in when travelling,” he said.
The new venue also features a meeting room and views of Sydney city and harbour.