Naumi Hospitality Makes Its Australian Debut in Central Sydney
Making a short hop from its recent Auckland acquisition in New Zealand and into Australia for the first time.
SG, Singapore, October 13, 2015 (Newswire.com) - Naumi Hospitality announced today, through its Singapore headquarters that it has taken over ownership of the Rendezvous Hotel Sydney Central in an AUD$38million acquisition deal that took effect on 6 October 2015. The 116-room property, located in Sydney’s Central Business District (CBD), will continue to operate under the management of Rendezvous Hotels.
Located just 25 minutes from Sydney Airport, the 32-year-old Rendezvous Hotel Sydney Central offers a total of 116 rooms and suites, a restaurant and bar, two conference rooms for up to 80 guests and a heated rooftop swimming pool with superlative views of the CBD area.
With the Naumi in Singapore being a fan-favourite with the Australian market since 2007, we are extremely excited to announce the inception of Naumi Hospitality in Australia, starting with our first hotel in Sydney
Gaurang Jhunjhnuwala, CEO for Australia and New Zealand
“With the Naumi in Singapore being a fan-favourite with the Australian market since 2007, we are extremely excited to announce the inception of Naumi Hospitality in Australia, starting with our first hotel in Sydney,” says Mr Gaurang Jhunjhnuwala, Chief Executive Officer for Australia and New Zealand, Naumi Hospitality. “Following our foray into New Zealand with our Auckland property, this continues to affirm our commitment towards the aggressive growth of the Naumi brand into leading markets, especially Australasia.”
The property boasts of a prime central location in the heart of Sydney’s Central Business District. It is just 5 minutes from Railway Square and a stroll to Darling Harbour, Chinatown and the upcoming Sydney International Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct. It is also an ideal base for both business and leisure travellers to access some of the city’s biggest attraction including Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the historic Rocks district.
According to City of Sydney website, Sydney is one of the world’s most green, global and connected cities. It is also the Australian destination of choice for tourism, education and business with almost 40% of the top 500 Australian corporations headquartered here. With its Sustainable Sydney 2030 program, the city is recognised internationally for its outstanding environmental performance, major cultural events, and a future focused and innovative business centre.