Moxy Hotels makes debut in Sydney


Moxy Hotels marked its entry into Australia, promising to offer its young and young-at-heart its signature ‘disruptive’ hotel experience.

A part of Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 31 extraordinary hotel brands, the hotel has reinvented the traditional hotel stay with vibrant guest experiences and lively, sociable service.

Located in Mascot, a convenient suburb in the Inner-South of Sydney, the new 301-bedroom hotel is 10 minutes from Sydney International Airport via Moxy’s pink airport shuttle bus, which greets guests as they arrive.

The hotel is easily accessible from Sydney’s bustling CBD and iconic sites, while the local neighbourhood offers an exciting mix of shopping and dining options right at the hotel’s doorstep.

“We are thrilled to continue to grow our global portfolio and introduce the energetic Moxy brand to Australia with the opening of Moxy Sydney Airport,” said Matthew Boettcher, Vice President and Global Brand Leader of Moxy Hotels.

“Sydney is a city of iconic attractions and urban excitement, making it the perfect destination for a spirited brand like Moxy. We look forward to welcoming our fun-hunters to this world-class city and experience Moxy’s young-at-heart spirit and disruptive hotel experience.”

Inspired by Mascot’s industrial and art-deco heritage, Moxy Sydney Airport features stylish interiors that are brought to life by eminent Canadian interior designers MAED. COLLECTIVE, instilling new experiences around every corner.

Bold artwork from Sydney creator, Evi O, tells tales of Mascot’s history on the bedroom walls with an abstract take on the area’s historic market gardens and renowned local Australian fauna.

Moxy Sydney Airport’s new drinking and dining concepts are unpretentious and laid-back yet still modern and stylish - creating a new centre for Mascot’s vibrant social scene.

In homage to the iconic Australian Milk Bar, the hotel’s streetside cafe, Little Baxter, offers grab n’ go bites or a warm and welcoming space for those looking to linger a little longer.

The hotel features five meeting studios for private events from the ArtHouse, a not-so-typical boardroom with an enviable collection of contemporary Australian artwork curated by local art gallery, to Saint Cloche and The Record Room, inspired by Australia’s rock n roll era, with an alfresco option on Moxy Terrace. TradeArabia News Service