Conference Venue

Primus Hotel Sydney
339 Pitt Street, Sydney

DISCOVER ONE OF SYDNEY’S FINEST HOTELS AND EXPERIENCE A SENSE OF MODERN TIMELESSNESS

Primus Hotel Sydney - LobbyPerfectly positioned in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, Primus Hotel Sydney is at the epicentre of entertainment, history and retail with Town Hall, iconic Hyde Park, Queen Victoria Building, St Mary’s Cathedral and emerging Korea town on its doorstep.

With the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Opera house and Rocks district only a short stroll and easy public transport options to the International and Domestic airport, Primus Hotel Sydney is the ideal choice for the IFTA 2016 international conference.

 

meeting_room_3The IFTA conference will be held on the dedicated conference and events floor. The meeting rooms are grand, with 3.1 metre high ceilings, natural light flooding these art deco spaces from the floor to ceiling windows. True to its art deco heritage yet underpinned by a modern design philosophy, the functions and event floor of Primus Hotel Sydney has been spectacularly re-imagined. This contemporary and refined space features functional meeting rooms and splendid boardrooms all with natural light, complimentary internet, unforgettable food and beverage experiences coupled with attentive and polished service. The ultimate combination to ensure memorable moments.

 

The Wilmot

The hotel’s restaurant, The Wilmot, showcases modern gastronomy in a dramatic, open kitchen allowing guests direct access to the friendly master chefs. Warm, knowledgeable and attentive service encourages diners to delve into the stories behind the dishes, products and suppliers.The beverages list is crafted to be the perfect complement the restaurant’s ever evolving menu yet compelling enough to be enjoyed throughout the hotel. The versatility and quality of selected pours is second to none, with an expansive selection of high end local craft beers and imported, vintage and international wine offerings.

The Lobby Bar is a stylish spot for intimate pre or post dinner drinks, attracting the who’s who of Sydney and overseas. Respectful to the legacy of the building’s art deco history, the menu is refined, the service is polished and the atmosphere is representative of the grandest European and American Hotels.